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The Decline of the Egyptian Empire
The Decline of the Egyptian Empire
This first great empire eventually fell into decline. In 1100 B.C. a pharaoh by the name of Ramses III led Egypt into a war, in an attempt to conquer Syria. This war was costly, and drained the treasury of Egypt.
In 945 B.C. Egypt was conquered and ruled by a succession of different foreign powers.

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