Kush became a wealthy kingdom because they were able to maintain ahuge trading network. The trading network stretched north toEgypt’s borders and south to central Africa.
The laws were not unusually harsh for the era. They were however consistent.
We are living in an ice age now, it started about 2.6 million years ago. Previous to this there was no ice at the North Pole. Even during warmer interglacial periods such as 500,000 to 700,000 years ago there were READ MORE
The religious tradition that the Axumites passed to the Ethiopianswas Christianity. Christianity believes Jesus died on the cross androse again.
They used thick mud to keep them cool at night. The palaces were either made out of lapiz lazuli or shell inlay.
The Middle East and Central Asia.
They were one of the most comfortable people in Egypt. They had money and they had concubines as well! They most likely lived large!
Rice and fish were staple foods of the Indus Valley civilization.
Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin (usually, it can be copper & arsenic). The alloying of copper and tin creates new “phases” in the metallic structure. The copper has one main “phase” in it. It’s like breaking a READ MORE