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Therefore history is the core pillar that fosters thedevelopment, acquiring of knowledge and improvement of creative thinking. This article gives a brief and precise account of ancient Egypt,primarily focusing on the cultural factors such as artistic, cultural values, religion, distribution of roles and acculturation.The history of ancient Egypt has eight main
periods which includes the Old Kingdom as the earliest era, followed by the first intermediate period, the middle kingdom, second intermediate, new kingdom, third intermediate, late period and finally the Ptolemaic period (Lichtheim, 2019). In every period the ruling was under a king given thetitle 'Pharaoh', and each of these kings had supreme kingship office authority with a spiritual aspect of divinity as the god Horus. Still, under the divinity and culture realm, ancient Egypt had a regular and stable way of carrying forward their activities promoting holiness according to their region and upholding moral behaviour in their daily life. Throughout its history, ancient Egyptians used imagery symbols and sculptures topromote cultural morals, kingship royalty, religious/cultural beliefs as well as maintaining the legacy of their ancestors. The ancient culture is dominated with collectivismaspect in different factors of the society. For example, the entire community hard a universal perspective about kingship in which Pharaoh is highly respected and viewed as a god with a divine spiritual responsibility for every Egyptian (Minkov et al., 2017). The culture also demonstrates collectivism in ethical responsibility
since every Egyptian considers himself or herself as a co-worker with the gods. A good example thatshows their collectivism includes the belief that they should celebrate and give thanks to the gods. The Egyptian had a collective perspective oftheir homeland as a source for their salvations in every activity they undertook.The cultural of the ancient Egyptian also has a powerful artistic and innovation skills, especially in architectural works. They are the one responsible for inventing construction equipment such as the ramp and the lever, which were mainly used during the construction of the pyramids and temples (Laboury, 2017). They also