The magnitude of Egyptian civilization is far greater than all the works of art displayed in museums. Even if we collected all the objects scattered around the world, we would not be able to find a solution regarding the great mysteries hidden in the sands of time.

It is precisely these mysteries that fascinate and lead thousands of Egyptologists and Archaeologists to dedicate their lives to exploring and studying, all of them conscious and aware, that they are just a tiny grain in the infinite universe that separates Egyptian civilization from the age of technology.

Even today, in the year 2022, we still don't know how the pyramids were built, how mummification was practiced, and other enigmas. There are several hypotheses, but none of them have yet been proven.

The first testimonials of this civilization date back to approximately 3100 BC when Nemes (also known as Narmer) managed, after great struggles, to unify the Basin and Upper Egypt into one kingdom. He is considered the first Pharaoh of the first of thirty dynasties of that civilization.

After unification, Egyptian history became divided into distinct periods.

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