The Greatest Civilization Known to Mankind Thrived at the Banks of the Nile River

The Greatest Civilization Known to Mankind Thrived at the Banks of the Nile River. Since time immemorial, the world has been fascinated by Egyptian civilization. Several millennia after the collapse of this civilization, its effects can still be felt. The Egyptian civilization sailed in the deep seas and participated in long-distance trades, taxes were paid, there was advanced architecture since most houses were built of mud bricks, they participated in religion and had priests and temples with gods carved out of stones or molded from gold and other precious metals. (Gadalla, p. 296)
The cohesive structure of the community has been replicated by many kingdoms after it including the Romans. The strong Egyptian army at that time ensured that the civilization lasted for more than 3000 years. no other civilization has even come close to that. Level of medicine of this civilization can only be rivaled by modern day healthcare, if not better. First of all, ‘mummification’ of dead bodies remains a mystery to this day. Professional analysis of mummies has revealed that ancient Egyptians practiced surgery and drug prescription was also done, a papyrus reed was discovered to support this claim. It is also worth noting that archeological evidence shows that antibiotics were already in existence during that time.&nbsp.