Transportation in ancient Egypt has changed a lot through the ages for examples the main method of transportation was animals such as donkeys and mainly boats but later on with the decline of the ancient Egyptian civilization in the early dynastic period (3150-2613 BC) camels were brought to Egypt by the hand of the Persians, Assyrians and more. The camel proved to be very effective through the desert even until today as many tourists still enjoy riding camels across the pyramids.
Abu Simbel, site of two temples built by the Egyptian king Ramses II, located in ancient times at pharaonic Egypt’s southern frontier facing Nubia. Endangered by the erection of the Aswan High Dam in the mid-20th century, the temples were disassembled and reconstructed on higher ground.
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