Ancient Egypt started off as a blessed civilisation. Being strategically located in rough terrains and harsh deserts, had enabled them to focus on crafting weaponry and technology. These had inevitably made them one of the greatest military forces of history. However, despite starting off as one of the greatest civilizations, ancient Egypt was still susceptible to foreign invasions.
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