8.41 The Fall Of Egypt

The rise of the Alexander the Great signaled the end of the one of the great mysteries of history, the highly distinctive and nearly instantaneously advanced kingdom of Egypt that sprang up and remained the foremost kingdom in the Mediterranean world for nearly three millennia. As is the case with so many other cultures, amazing secrets were quickly paved over by Greek, then Roman, then Arabic tradition, lost, perhaps, forever.

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