Details of Ancient Egypt’s Origin Unveiled

Details of Ancient Egypt’s Origin Unveiled

A research published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society A, a group of researchers from the UK have unveiled the details with regard to origin of ancient Egypt.

The research was carried out by a group of researchers from the University of Oxford. As per the study researchers from the Research Laboratory for Archaeology at the university, it has been unveiled that the transformation of a land being used by farmers to a state that was ruled by a king was quite quick than though earlier.

In order to reach at the above given result, the study researchers have taken the help of radiocarbon dating and computer models. According to them, civilization's first ruler, King Agha, came to power around 3100 BC. Lead researcher Dr. Michael Dee was of the view about the ancient Egypt, "It was a territorial state; a state from which the moment it formed had established borders over a territory in much the same way we think of nations today".

Dr. Dee continued by affirming that it is important to know about history as then only they will be able to clear the gap in understanding and to know more about the things that have happened in the past.


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