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11 Facts About Egyptian culture
The oldest extant Egyptian culture literature is the Pyramid Texts: the mythology and rituals carved around the tombs of rulers.
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Egyptian culture monasteries translated many Greek and Syriac words, which are now only extant in Coptic.
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Early Egyptian culture art is characterized by the absence of linear perspective, which results in a seemingly flat space.
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Early Egyptian culture artists did have a system for maintaining dimensions within artwork.
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Imhotep is believed to have founded Egyptian culture medicine, being the author of the world's earliest known medical document, the Edwin Smith Papyrus.
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Egyptian culture presented his own divisions of the tetrachord and the octave, which he derived with the help of a monochord.
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Egyptian culture was awarded a faculty appointment at Caltech in 1976, where he has remained since.
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Egyptian culture developed a method using a rapid laser technique, which allows the description of reactions at the atomic level.
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Egyptian culture music is a rich mixture of indigenous Egyptian culture and Western influences.
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