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There are many major urban cultures in the world did not employ writing such as the Andean cultures (Moche, Chimu, Inca, etc), but that didn't prevent them from building impressive states and empires whose complexity rivals those in Old World. Predynastic Period - 3400 BC, includes Naqada and other sites excavated by Flinders Petrie and others, who found objects like the one at right, indicative of a highly developed civilization.

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Kemet and Other Ancient African Civilizations: Selected References. Hall, Martin. "The Legend of the Lost City: Or, the Man with Golden Balls." Succeeding the Badari, the Amratian/Naqada people took over. They were one of the most important prehistoric cultures in Upper Egypt, and their development can be traced to the founding of the Egyptian state. The Amratian (Naqada I), started as a parallel culture to the Badari, but eventually replaced it Hands-On Culture of Ancient Egypt. Therefore, the Monarch has the personality of the immortal Sun god. Amon (Amono, Amun, Amen): The great god of Ita epe (It epet) represented as a Man, Sun, and identified as Amon-Ra (Ilaje call their God Amono) Edjo (Wadjet, Buto): The cobra-goddess of Buto in the Delta of Ancient Egypt. Guardian deity of lower Egypt seen in the Diadem of Royals. The Benin and Urhobo of today still worship Edjo Horus: (Haroeris, Harpocrates, Harsiesis, Re-Harakhty) Die sakrale Legitimation Sesostris' I. (KoNIGTUM, STAAT UND GESELLSCHAFT FRuHER HOCHKULTUREN).

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