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Horses in Ancient Egypt: How They Became Important

During the Second Intermediate Period 1700-1550 BC, the Hyksos introduced horses in ancient Egypt to ancient Egyptian culture. Archaeologists have uncovered evidence of horses...

Battle of Kadesh: The World’s First Recorded Peace Treaty

The Battle of Kadesh, also known as the Battle of Qadesh, took place near the present Lebanon-Syria border and was a battle between the...

Ancient Egyptian Sport: Fun & Games

Ancient Egyptian sports are one of the many physical activities enjoyed for fun in ancient Egypt. They are similar to the sports activities and...

Middle Kingdom Egypt: Everything You Need to Know

Middle Kingdom Egypt refers to a time in Ancient Egyptian history that stretched from approximately 2030 BCE to 1640 BCE. The Middle Kingdom is...

The Incredible Specialized Workers Who Built the Civilizations of Ancient Mesopotamia

Mesopotamia specialized workers were crucial for building the many incredible civilizations of the Fertile CreAscent. Their existence allowed for an effective division of the...

Babylonian Clothing: Authentic Beauty and Style for the World to See

The vibrant sense of fashion of Babylonian clothing added a touch of style to their immense influence. Emerging as one of the mightiest civilizations...

Ankhesenamun: The Mysterious Fate of an Ancient Egyptian Queen

The accounts of Ankhesenamun are some of the most celebrated stories in the ancient history of Egypt, although her reign was short compared with...

Nergal and the Extraordinary Soul’s Journey to the Afterlife

The thought of Nergal as the god of death has been an extremely frightening idea for every man in ancient Mesopotamia. You surely don’t...

Enki: An Ancient God and His Legacy of Wisdom and Divine...

Enki, a supreme god in Mesopotamian mythology, was worshipped as the god of water and the Lord of the Earth. He was known to...

Ereshkigal: Standing Beyond the Gate of the Underworld

To know the truth about the afterlife is beyond human power, but Ereshkigal stands in between to guard the Gates of the Underworld from...

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