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-This timeline grew from a challenge by Anthony Appleyard, who asked: "By some means Ancient Egypt survives to this day, with its language and religion. How? What results?"​. ​ [[offtopic: Robertp6165]] took up the challenge, and the result was this timeline. Here is his introduction:​+This timeline grew from a challenge by [[offtopic:Anthony Appleyard]], who asked: "By some means Ancient Egypt survives to this day, with its language and religion. How? What results?"​. ​ [[offtopic:​Robertp6165]] took up the challenge, and the result was this timeline. Here is his introduction:​
  
 "​Actually,​ there is a good argument to be made that what finally did the Egyptians in was that they simply ran out of gold. The Egyptian Empire was built on the power which having large gold reserves gave to Egypt. When the mines started to run dry, the society started to break down, the military got weaker, and the empire finally fell.  "​Actually,​ there is a good argument to be made that what finally did the Egyptians in was that they simply ran out of gold. The Egyptian Empire was built on the power which having large gold reserves gave to Egypt. When the mines started to run dry, the society started to break down, the military got weaker, and the empire finally fell. 
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