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Environmental change may have played a role at the dawn of Egyptian history -- here's how

By Benjamin T Pennington, Visiting Fellow in Geoarchaeology, University of Southampton
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Natural landscape changes in the Nile Delta may have not only stimulated local take up of farming technologies, but might also have played a role in the emergence of the first “nation state”.

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