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What is Ancient Egypt? Research states that it was a civilization of ancient Northeastern Africa, concentrated along the lower reaches of the Nile River in the place that is now the country Egypt and it is one of six historic civilizations to arise independently. The Ancient Egypt received “the gift of the Nile,” on the contrary it has a positive and negative effect on it. Egyptians finding new paths to conquer through the challenging conquest of the Nile River. The Political Power which included Pharaoh, Monarchs, and Priests. Ancient Egypt day-to-day existence orbit around religion. The three most common reasons that happened through Egypt’s history are Love, Betrayal, and Political unrest. “The purpose of the present essay is to get in-depth of what Ancient Egypt was like before because many question how it came about.”If the Nile River never existed then there will probably be no Egypt since it is mostly a dry, barren desert. Although this may be true, yearly floods were brought by the Nile; farmers knew it, but it is unpredictable. Egyptians had to deal with the floods especially when the water is too small, farmers can not elevate sufficient food, or soar too high; the meadows and homes were demolished. Another mishap Egypt faced is starvation; many died out of hunger. On the other hand, the farmers to explore ways to command the stream, they constructed canals to transfer water to inland grasslands. Percy Bysshe Shelley wrote, “My name is Ozymandias, king of kings: Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!” Nothing beside remains. Round the decay Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare, The lone and level sands stretch far away (Shelley 1).Furthermore, a positive effect about the Nile River was the transportation. Transportation made trade profitable which provided natural resources. In brief, Odysseus journey through Phaeacians granted him safe passage to Ithaca but before all that he had to speak about his travels. Henceforth, he has traveled and had memorable adventures including Calypso’s Island and Land of Lotus Eaters. Next, egyptians used its mud to make pottery and bricks. They made a paperlike material called papyrus from a plant that grew along the banks. Lastly, the land was filled with temples which made them have a strong belief in the afterlife to build pyramids as tombs for their pharaohs. All families had to help with the pyramids it did not matter if they worked as laborers or bring food for the workers. A few ways to help project leaders keep track of workers and supplies was hieroglyphics, and ancient Egyptian picture writing. Moreover, building pyramids was hard because there were no cutting tools or machines. The people believed that pharaohs were related to the gods. Pharaohs were not only important in government, but they were also religious figures. For the most part, only wealthy, important Egyptians were buried in pyramids but all people prepared for the afterlife, they preserved, or mummified, their dead relatives. So, from the earliest times, the tombs of the Pharaohs and temples in which they were honored were built of the most enduring stone that could be found, and covered with carvings, paintings, and inscriptions which remain from so many thousands of years ago to tell us about their lives and beliefs, myths and stories.In Conclusion, Egypt has always been a land of mystery and magic – a land different from all others, difficult to understand, apart and alien, yet strangely fascinating. It was the most self contained of all the countries of the ancient world; it lived its own life, practised its own religion and made up its own stories with hardly any outside influence either from or upon other civilizations.