Egypt has had a special and unique history. Much has been compiled and written about this history. Egypt begun as a political entity ruled by kings called pharaohs. A close examination of Egypt reveals peculiar cultural traits that shape and define Egypt’s culture. Indeed, much of the modern Egyptian practices emerge from the recollections and transfer of their cultural heritage.
This paper identifies, defines, and examines particular cultural traits of the old, middle, and new Kingdoms of Egypt. It gives a critical analysis of the developments and changes in the traits that have occurred in the three Kingdoms.