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These differences can also be attributed to the difference in religious beliefs of the two civilizations, as the Egyptians had a very strong believe in the after-life and they built all their large pyramids and structures in order to help their dead find a better life after death. Shemu was the season of harvest and abundance. Permanent structures made of wood, brick, and stone could be erected. Actually, “queendom” would be more accurate, since the leader of Meroë was usually a warrior queen, called a “kandake” which means “queen mother” or more simply “gore” meaning ruler”(Fairservis. p.60).

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