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Amongst many people, the Egyptians were the least warlike. They were protected by seas and deserts, and did not need to fear about raids from other armies. They enjoyed life, and wanted it to be everlasting. Many of their main interests were focused on their family, home, and work.
Many of the towns were near the Nile River, because it was the only source of water, and it provided a form of transport. The houses were made of mud brick, and the interiors were painted lively. The windows were small to keep out the heat and bright light of the sun. Usually, houses were built back to back to…
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