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By 3500 years cal BC, Egypt and the Sudan were probably still on a par as far as cultural complexity and power are concerned. But by 3000 cal BC, increasing aridity in the central Sudan partially, and at least temporarily, undermined the resource base of the nomadic tribes and tipped the balance in favor of the Egyptian monarchs, who could count on a plentiful supply of grain. The viability of the Sudanese communities resided in the development of chiefdoms and petty states with leaders who depended on a cadre of young warriors for raids and defense.

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