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The Neolithic people in the Nile valley likely came from Sudan, as well as the Sahara, and there was shared culture with the two areas and with that of Egypt during this time period.By the 5th millennium BC, the people who inhabited what is now called Nubia participated in the Neolithic revolution. Saharan rock reliefs depict scenes that have been thought to be suggestive of a cattle cult, typical of those seen throughout parts of Eastern Africa and the Nile Valley even to this day.Megaliths discovered at Nabta Playa are early examples of what seems to be one of the world’s first astronomical devices, predating Stonehenge by almost 2000 years. This complexity as observed at Nabta Playa, and as expressed by different levels of authority within the society there, likely formed the basis for the structure of both the Neolithic society at Nabta and the Old Kingdom of Egypt. Around 3800 BC, the second "Nubian" culture arose, termed the A-Group, and it was contemporary, and ethnically and culturally very similar to, the polities in predynastic Naqadan Upper Egypt. Around 3300 BC, there is evidence of a unified kingdom, as shown by the finds at Qustul, that maintained substantial interactions (both cultural and genetic) with the culture of Naqadan Upper Egypt, and may have even contributed to the unification of the Nile valley, and very likely contributed some pharaonic iconography; such as the white crown and serekh, later to be used by the famous Egyptian pharaohs. Around the turn of the protodynastic period, Naqada, in its bid to conquer and unify the whole Nile valley, seems to have conquered Ta-Seti (the kingdom where Qustul was located) and harmonized it with the Egyptian state, and thus, it became the first nome of Upper Egypt. At the time of the first dynasty, the A-Group area seems to have been entirely depopulated, most likely due to immigration to areas west and south. n 2300 BC, Nubia was first mentioned in Old Kingdom Egyptian accounts of trade missions. From Aswan, right above the First Cataract, southern limit of Egyptian control at the time, Egyptians imported gold, incense, ebony, ivory, and exotic animals from tropical Africa through Nubia. As trade between Egypt and Nubia increased so did wealth and stability. By the Egyptian 6th dynasty, Nubia was divided into a series of small kingdoms. There is debate over whether these C-Group peoples, who flourished from c. 2240 BC to c. 2150 BC, were another internal evolution or invaders. There are definite similarities between the pottery of A-Group and C-Group, so it may be a return of the ousted Group-As, or an internal revival of lost arts. At this time, the Sahara Desert was becoming too arid to support human beings, and it is possible that there was a sudden influx of Saharan nomads. C-Group pottery is characterized by all-over incised geometric lines with white infill and impressed imitations of basketry. During the Egyptian Middle Kingdom (c. 20401640 BC), Egypt began expanding into Nubia to gain more control over the trade routes in Northern Nubia and direct access to trade with Southern Nubia. They erected a chain of forts down the Nile below the Second Cataract. These garrisons seemed to have peaceful relations with the local Nubian people but little interaction during the period. A contemporaneous but distinct culture from the C-Group was the Pan Grave culture, so called because of their shallow graves. The Pan Graves are associated with the East bank of the Nile, but the Pan Graves and C-Group definitely interacted. Their pottery is characterized by incised lines of a more limited character than those of the C-Group, generally having interspersed undecorated spaces within the geometric schemes. Nile Cruises are the most important way through which we can feel better of the crude smell of Egypt. As most of the monuments are closer to the River Nile, Cruises were the best solution for a trip that allows tourists to enjoy the beautiful nature of the Egyptian countryside while visiting monument of our ancient civilization.Nile cruises travel between Luxor to Aswan and vice versa. The distance from Cairo to Luxor is 671km, and the distance from Cairo to Aswan is 879 km.for now there is no Nile Cruise travel between Cairo and Luxor or Aswan,but there are another Nile Cruise boats move in Lake Nasser between Aswan and Abu Simbel and vice versa. Nile cruises are those boats sailing in the River Nile between Luxor and Aswan with different schedules,different accommodation length and different cruise facilities according to the Nile cruises Category. Tour Type : Sightseeing Tour Duration : 4 days trips City Tour : Luxor-Aswan Pick up Point : Cairo Hotels Drop off Point : Cairo Hotels Tour Itinerary Day 01: OneSkyToursEgypt representative will guide from your hotel in the evening to take the overnight sleeper train to Luxor" dinner is served on the train".We arrive in Luxor in the early morning and cross the Nile to the West Bank.Here we see the Valley of the Kings, which contains the once hidden tombs of over 62 Pharaohs,including Tutankhamun, Seti I, Ramses III and IV. A discreet entrance in the hillside takes the visitor underground;a series of corridors and ante-chambers leads us down to the burial chamber and sarcophagus In the afternoon we cross back to the east bank of the Nile and visit Luxor Temple and the huge Karnak Temple complex.In the evening we settle in to our accommodation on the cruise boat. OneSkyToursEgypt Day 02 OneSkyToursEgypt Day 03 OneSkyToursEgypt Day 04 For More Information please visite our web site .www.oneskytoursegypt.com/Excursions/Egypt-Cairo/Cairo-Nile-Cruise/ .www.oneskytoursegypt.com/Excursions/Egypt-Cairo/ ..oneskytoursegypt../ Tour Includes Pick up services from your hotel and return. All transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle Private Egyptologist guide Lunch in a restaurant with open buffet (Fish, Chicken,and Beef). Entrance fees to all the mentioned sites Mineral water on board the vehicle during the tour All service charges & taxes 相关的主题文章: