APE to MAN. Life of the first men in the Nile River.

Artifacts discovered in and around the narrow floodplain that surrounds the Nile’s eastern and western banks, from the rocky, turbulent First Cataract in the south to the wide, fan-shaped delta in the north, indicate an early human presence and dependence on the land. As early as 700,000 years ago, the unique geography of the world’s […]

Life and Death?! Unearthing the MYSTERIES of the Nile River.

We’ll return to the yearly inundation throughout this video since it was so important to  ancient Egypt’s economic, social, political, and even religious growth. But, if you’re anything like me, you can’t help but wonder: What was it like? Use your imagination to travel back in time. As puzzling as it is for Egyptians, can […]

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 […]