Ancient Egypt and other Empires // Why did Ancient Egypt never conquer other empires?

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Kelly Macquire
by Ancient History Encyclopedia
published on 10 July 2020
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Ever wondered why Ancient Egypt did not extend far beyond its borders? Why did the Ancient Egyptian Empire not conquer other empires, even during their strongest period? During the New Kingdom of Ancient Egypt, the Egyptians still did not extend their borders beyond what they needed for a buffer against incoming invaders.

In the ancient world, ancient empires rose, conquered and fell all while Egypt, its culture and beliefs stayed intact. This timeline of ancient empires discusses the Ancient Egyptian civilization in comparison to other ancient empires such as the Akkadian and Babylonian, and what made them so different!

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Encyclopedia, A. H. (2020, July 10). Ancient Egypt and other Empires // Why did Ancient Egypt never conquer other empires?. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/2068/ancient-egypt-and-other-empires--why-did-ancient-e/

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