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The last hieroglyphic inscription was written in 394 AD, and a cursive form was used until 425 AD.
The last functional Egyptian temple was closed down around 535 AD.
It wasn't until 1952 (or arguably 1956) of our own era that native Egyptians were finally back in charge.
Of course, by then the old Egyptian culture was dead and gone.
You might think of it as a backless dress with a décolleté to just above the navel.
Other times there were straps which gave the outfit a more or less conventional cut.
There are historians, though, who don't believe Herodotus at all.
Some think he didn't even go to Egypt and spun his tales out of the whole cloth. A bit more charitable attitude is he did go to Egypt and wrote down what he saw and was told as well as he could.
He even claimed (and this is no joke) that the women stood up to go to the bathroom and the men sat down. Since he didn't know the language, maybe he just blundered into the wrong door.
Paperback   At one point or another, everyone - that's everyone - has wondered about Ancient Egypt.
Even the most avid listeners of Howard Stern, rabid watchers of Spike TV, or fanatical listeners of WIP Sports Radio will occasionally set down the remote, lean back in their recliner, vent forth a hearty belch, and wonder what life was like in the time of the Pharaohs.
But since he was told a lot of poppycock (like the Persians had thin skulls and Egyptians had thick ones), a lot of poppycock ended up in his book. But it was the Egyptians themselves who really thought they were different. As far as they were concerned, Egypt was the best place in the world, and at the time they were right.
For one thing, Egypt was one of the few countries that actually produced more, that's more, food than the people needed.