How did Kush’s relation with Egypt affect them?

Research Question: How did Kush’s relation with Egypt affect them?

Thesis: Kush’s relationship with Egypt affected them by taxing their trade, forcing them to move their capital city, and influencing, their religion, language, and culture.

  • Topic Sentence #1:Egypt controlled Kush’s trade by taxing and controlling them.
  • Topic Sentence #2:
  • Their relationship with Egypt affected the placement of their capital city.
    Topic Sentence #3:During their clashes with Egypt their culture, religion, and language mixed together.

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