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Egyptian culture going back over 11,000 years
« on: March 03, 2017, 10:34:06 PM »
Yowbarb Note:
This website
http://www.ancient.eu/ has articles about Egyptian culture going back over 11,000 years ago.
[ 9000 BCE + 2017 CE = 11,017 years ]
Many people believe human civilization only goes back a few thousand years.
Not all archaeologists or historians would agree with the theory of over 11,000 years. See the info; you can decide.
It is possible (based upon theories of 3600 yr passages of the PX system) that there was a passage of the planet system around 8783 BCE then 5183 BCE, which would have been in the Faiyum A Culture in Egypt, listed below. The passage which might have occurred about 1583 would have been during the dynastic period in Egypt...More on that later... 
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http://www.ancient.eu/  Ancient history Encyclopedia

http://www.ancient.eu/Predynastic_Period_in_Egypt/

Timeline
VISUAL TIMELINE
c. 9000 BCE - c. 6000 BCE

Faiyum A Culture in Egypt.
c. 6000 BCE - 3150 BCE

The Predynastic Period in Egypt.
c. 5000 BCE - c. 4000 BCE

Merimba Culture in Egypt.
c. 4500 BCE - c. 4000 BCE

Badarian Culture in Egypt.
c. 4000 BCE
El Omari, Ma'adi, and Tasian Cultures in Egypt.

c. 4000 BCE - c. 3500 BCE
Amratian Culture (also known as Naqada I) in Egypt.

c. 3500 BCE - c. 3200 BCE
Gerzean Culture (also known as Naqada II) in Egypt.

c. 3200 BCE - 3150 BCE
Naqada III Period Culture in Ancient Egypt.

3150 BCE - 2613 BCE
The Early Dynastic Period in Egypt; beginning of historic dynasties.

 

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