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The fertile banks of the River '; Text[1]=' would allow a remarkable civilisation to flourish. No longer would these people have to rely on '; Text[2]=' and gathering to provide enough food for them. The annual '; Text[3]=' of the River Nile would not only allow a form of farming to develop but it would permit a particularly sophisticated and collaborative form of farming to be carried out. Farming allows people to end their '; Text[4]=' lifestyles and allows them to produce surplus quantities of food. This food could then be sold at a possible '; Text[5]='. Soon, it becomes apparent that not everyone is a good farmer and some are more or less successful than others. Soon, a '; Text[6]=' occurs where the rich can buy the services of others. Some people have the luxury of having time on their hands. This time can be used to consider things such as writing, building, religion and many other aspects of what we would now recognise as being the hallmarks of '; Text[7]='.


Specialisms occur to provide services. Not everyone is a successful farmer but find that they do have other talents. Civilisation allows for new talents to be displayed and developed whether they be artists, masons or even allow for a full time priestly caste to be formed.

Some of the specialisms that developed would come to aid the development of a rudimentary understanding of medical knowledge. Craftsmen could design '; Text[8]=' medical tools. Herbalists could get access to many new plants and herbs through the newly forming '; Text[9]=' patterns being opened up. Builders would design housing that would allow for basic '; Text[10]=' standards to be utilised. There would even be the first class of what we might call '; Text[11]='. Perhaps a term like \'Health Practitioner\' would be more appropriate. They would attempt to provide comfort and treatment through a combination of semi-scientific and '; Text[12]=' ideas. Although, thanks to specialisation, the patient may have even have preferred to have visited a dedicated health professional and then a dedicated priest. Prayers and '; Text[13]=' would have gone hand-in-hand with balms, bandages and herbal remedies.

The Nile Theory

Ancient Egyptian medical knowledge did try to rationalise and understand the functionings of the human body. Given the importance of the River Nile to Egyptian Civilisation, it was perhaps inevitable that they would draw parallels with the '; Text[14]=' of that mighty river and of how it was used to irrigate their fields. They assumed that the body had '; Text[15]=' that flowed in a similar manner. These channels would carry blood, '; Text[16]=' and water to the extremeties. People would fall sick when there was a '; Text[17]=' of some kind. For example, they though that rotting food would produce gases that would block these channels. They therefore assumed that virtually all disease was due to food not being '; Text[18]=' properly.


It would seem that the Ancient Egyptian practice of Mummification would have given rise to a certain understanding of the anatomical workings of the body. After all, the mummifiers would go to extensive lengths to '; Text[19]=' the organs of the dead. However, this respect for the human body would actually hamper Ancient Egyptian understanding of how the body worked. It was assumed that the dead person would need their body again in the following world, the mummifiers would therefore go to tortuous lengths to preserve the body in as perfect a condition as they possibly could. Their religious '; Text[20]=' would not allow them to cut open a dead body just to see \'how it worked\'. As it was, mummification was carried out by a lowly respected, if highly skilled, caste of craftsmen. Few people thought it worth '; Text[21]=' these mummifiers for their views on how the body actually worked.

The First Doctor?

One of the earliest known physicians, '; Text[22]=' (2600s BC), was an extremely powerful figure in ancient Egypt. He was an advisor to kings and was the architect of some of the earliest and most famous of the pyramids. Later, around 500 BC, Imhotep was worshiped as the god of medicine in both Egypt and Greece.

The Smith and Ebers Papyrus\'s

Several Egyptian papyrus scrolls, dating from approximately '; Text[23]=' BC, are among the oldest of the world\'s writings about medicine and cures. These scrolls are known by the names of the archaeologists and scholars who first studied them in the late 1800s. The “George Ebers” papyrus describes over 700 recipes for medicines and cures. The “Edwin Smith” papyrus is a guide to ancient '; Text[24]=' procedures and is believed to be a copy of a much earlier text from as early as 3000 BC. These sources shed a remarkable light on how Ancient Egypt attempted to treat its sick.'; State = new Array(); function StartUp(){ var i = 0; State.length = 0; for (i=0; i -1){ var TotalChars = GetGapValue(i).length; State[i][3] = (TotalChars-State[i][1])/TotalChars; if (State[i][0] > 0){State[i][3] = State[i][3]/2;} if (State[i][3]<0){State[i][3] = 0;} State[i][4] = 1; } else{ //Otherwise, add zero to the array and increment the hints for this item, as a penalty State[i][1]++; State[i][3] = 0; //then set the flag AllCorrect = 0; } } } //Calculate the total score var TotalScore = 0; for (i=0; i'; } Output += YourScoreIs + ' ' + TotalScore + '%.
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