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During Egypt's height, its people thrived in the Nile valley; they constructed massive pyramids, created world-renowned art, established an advanced writing system, made advancements in science, built irrigation systems, and developed trade with Middle Eastern and Asian powers. C., the Egyptian empire had begun to decay and again divided into Upper and Lower kingdoms—that of the delta and that of the river.
Many sought to conquer the valley and claim its riches: Greeks, Romans, Aragians, North Africans, Turks, French, and, most recently, the British.
Improved housing, transportation, and health care resulted in a significant increase in Egypt's population.
Egypt is bordered by Israel to the northeast, the Red Sea to the east, the Sudan to the south, Libya to the west, and the Mediterranean Sea to the north.
Egyptian Americans are among the more recent groups to have immigrated to the United States.
Unlike other peoples of Arab descent who settled in the Americas in large numbers as early as the mid-nineteenth century, the Egyptians, regarded as one of the most sedentary ethnic groups, began to emigrate in significant numbers only during the latter part of the twentieth century.
Climate has had an important influence on the settlement patterns of Egyptian Americans.
Accustomed to the warm and temperate climate of their homeland, many Egyptians have gravitated toward America's southern states.