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Originally posted by LUXUS
Nubian is the word we use in modern English when we are talking about Kush-ites....
the stela in question says nubian, or the word we translate as nubian, what a weak argument... it isn't nubian in hiroglyphs so therefore it does mean the land south of egypt? right hahha
Originally posted by rkingpin
I mean the entire pharaoh civilation...
I searched google and these forums, did not find an answer that I wanted to look for. They seemed to talk about pyramids, their history and other stuff
Originally posted by ProfessorAlfB
The earlist known king of Egypt was King Narmer (or Menes), who united upper and lower Egypt at around 3050 BC. The term Pharoe wasn't actually used till the new kingdom.
Pharonic Egypt ended with the death of Cleopatra
on August/12/30 (BC). She comitted suicide rather than be dragged through the streets of Rome
as a war trophy by the Roman Emperor Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus (later known as Augustus).