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Test #1 Essay #2 Throughout its entire existence, Egypt has gone through many changes. It has had many up times and many down times. It has gone through different periods or kingdoms. These different periods, from first to last, are as followed. First is know as the Old Kingdom (3000B.C.-2150B.C.), First Intermediate Period (2150B.C.-2050B.C.), the Middle Kingdom (2050B.C.-1700B.C.), the Second Intermediate Period (1700B.C.-1550B.C.), and last is the New Kingdom (1550B.C.-1350B.C.). During the Old Kingdom there were many events that accord, many important figures, and much more. The Old Kingdom was considered a “Primary” Civilization and one of the early river valley civilizations. 95% of its population was centered around the Nile river. In 3,000 B.C. there was about seven million people who were apart of the Old Kingdom. Out of everyone in the Old Kingdom there were just a few that are considered important. King Narmer is one of these people. He is responsible for starting the Old Kingdom by uniting Upper and Lower Egypt. According to Hieroglyphics—which is the name for Egyptians writing system—found on a Narmer Palette, he is shown as a southerner conquering the northern cities. After doing this, he declared Memphis the capital city, because it was right in the middle. Another important figure was King Djoser.
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