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The ancient Egyptian Kinglist is very fluid, as new attestations for previously unknown kings or Queens are discovered (such as newfound Serekhs or Cartouches), the list is updated. Kidipede - History for Kids - Homework Help for Middle School. And now it is civilization itself that has become the central problem of our planet. The temples and pyramids were constructed in relation to the stars, zodiac, and constellations. Later, they also added symbols which represented abstract ideas, and wrote names with the help of them.

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