In the year 525 BCE, the First Persian Empire successfully annexed Egypt. During the pivotal Battle of Pelusium, the Persians won the battle (apparently) with the help of cats. They used cats as shields, which Egyptians considered holy and they refused to harm the felines. Giving the Persians a quite considerable advantage in battle.
While there is an Aaron in the Bible (brother of Moses), the name seems to predate the Abrahamic tales. The name probably derived from the Ancient Egyptian words aha rw meaning “warrior lion.”
The first known paper is papyrus, made from the papyrus plant. It had been used since ancient Egypt. It also is the origin of the English word paper.
While historians ironically don’t know much about the Egyptian pharaoh Khufu, they are pretty sure he was the Egyptian monarch behind the Great Pyramid of Giza.
While hockey has been around for awhile, its origins date back to ancient times. Even ancient Egyptians were known to play games with curved sticks 4,000 years ago.