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One interesting aspect of Egyptian clothing is how little fashions changed over very long periods of time. Around 5000 years ago the ancient Egyptians established an extraordinary and enduring civilisation. The larger part of the training of physicians took place in a house of life. The remains that have been uncovered date back to about 6,000 B. These temples then changed from their original purpose to become part of an after life and a venerated burial site for mankind.

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