Ancient Egypt
Proper noun
  1. A civilization that existed in the valley of the Nile River from ca. 3150 BCE to 30 BCE. Noted for building the Great Pyramids of Giza.
Translations
  • French: Égypte antique
  • German: altes Ägypten
  • Portuguese: Antigo Egito
  • Russian: Дре́вний Еги́пет



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