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I am not sure if there were gender difference here. Although both civilizations crystallized along the Nile, they developed along different lines. The priests continued to gain power, taking control of as much as 1/8th of the farmland along the Nile. Distant grouping of stars are seen twice when viewed through a telescope. Cicer arietinum), lettuce (ab.w), onions (HD.w), leeks (jAq.t), dill (jms.t, Anethum graveolens), grapes (jArr.wt), melons, cucumbers (bd.t or sSp.t ?) and gourds (bd.t).

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Publisher: Cricket Books (February 15, 2007)

ISBN: 081267930X

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