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    Ancient Egypt: Many Rivers, One River

    “Without the Nile, there would be no Egypt” (Wilkinson, Toby, 2015, p. 3). That statement would seem bold were it not absolutely true. The river, iteru in the ancient Egyptian language, has dominated and defined the East African landscape since before the arrival of the first human species, Homo erectus, in Africa more than 700,000 […] More

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    What about The Ogdoad?

    Let me tell you about the Eightfold, or Ogdoad, who existed from primordial times and were worshipped from antiquity. The Ogdoad was a group of primordial gods and goddesses who embodied the qualities or characteristics of the primordial chaos from which arose the benben, or primeval mound of creation. The word primordial refers to a […] More

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    A Trip to the Ancient Nile, Ancient Egypt 101

    The Many Colors of the Nile River “Without the Nile, there would be no Egypt”. That would be a bold remark if it weren’t completely true. Before the advent of the first human species, Homo erectus, the Nile river, also called Iteru in ancient Egyptian, has dominated and characterized the East African terrain more than […] More