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Augustus the Great was the most noticed leader on Egypt in the Ptolemaic Dynasty.
They lived with soldiers who were always on guard and never wavered. They were known to have harsh tactics said by the Egyptians. They were also good to them.
Alexandria was recognized as the center of Christianity during the Roman Rule under the rule of Constantine 1.
Cyrus the Great had his sights set on Egypt when he entered his reign.
They treated the Egyptians cruelly so the government didn't last long.
They marked this period to make significant public works such as the construction of vast irrigation and hydraulic projects.
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