Egyptology from Egypt and Greek is the study of ancient Egyptian culture , language, literature , religion, architecture and arts from the 5th millennium BC until the end of its native religious traditions in the 4th century AD. This is the empirical study of the material remains and events of past human history. These include human artifacts ranging from the very earliest stone tools to the man-made objects buried or thrown away today. An "Egyptologist" is a professional practicer. Egyptology is regarded primarily as a philological discipline in Europe , particularly on the continent, while it is also regarded as an archeological branch in North America. All that human beings make from simple tools to complex machines, from earliest houses and temples and tombs to palaces, cathedrals, and pyramids, is archaeology. Archeological work is a significant source of information about the historical, ancient, and extinct history.

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