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In addition, the Social Fund allocated 105 million Egyptian pounds to mobilize college and institute graduates to work in the project. Al-Siyassa Al-Dawliya held a special roundtable discussion on 27 July 2007 to discuss Egyptian-African relations, reviewing past Egyptian foreign policy strategies in Africa and the need for a new approach. Mullet and eels are caught in the Delta and sardines in the Mediterranean. For example, a nomarch of Hierakonopolis wrote that: "I claimed from King Pepi II the honor of obtaining a sarcophagus, funerary wrappings, and oils for my father."

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Publisher: Montvert Publications (December 15, 1995)

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