March 15, 2016 12:37
Using clever techniques and hydraulic technology well ahead of its time, Egyptians then irrigated those crops with water from the Nile....
March 21, 2011 04:57
Confining rocks to use as a stabilization system is hardly a new idea. In fact, the earliest forms of today’s gabion technology date back to the early Egyptians with archaeological evidence indicating that they used rudimentary baskets of woven reeds 7,000 years ago as a way to protect the banks of the sacred Nile River....
Jan. 15, 2015 12:07
Defensive hardware has changed a lot over the centuries. From the medieval knight’s swords and lances, to today’s drones and night-vision goggles, as technology continues to evolve, so does weaponry....

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