Unformatted text preview: references toward words that I couldn’t verbalize. I did, however, like the discussions over the dynasties of that time. The dynasties were amazingly like the Egyptians. They were so far apart yet they both developed a similar culture. It is fascinating to speculate that these unique cultures both had a divine representative, similar burial traditions, and a state hood that was developed because of a belief of religion. I guess I would have to say that I really didn’t like this chapter. It just seemed like it left out a lot. It also, in my opinion, failed to explain things for an easier understanding. Over all, it was interesting but not enjoyable....
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