The Predynastic period is generally divided into cultural periods, each named after the place where a certain type of Egyptian settlement was first discovered.
However, the same gradual development that characterizes the Protodynastic period is present throughout the entire Predynastic period, and individual "cultures" must not be interpreted as separate entities but as largely subjective divisions used to facilitate study of the entire period.
The same goes with invitations from Egyptian people.
Egyptian people are generally very helpful, so tourists rarely have trouble finding assistance with directions or recommendations.
It is not unusual for an entire crowd of Egyptians to surround you trying to answer a query.
There are other estimates that put Christians at 20% or more and Muslims at about 78% to 80% of the whole population.
The majority live near the banks of the Nile River where the only arable land is found.
Close to half of the Egyptian people today are urban; most of the rest are fellahin that are native, along with descendants of several Arab tribes living in rural towns and villages.
A large influx of fellahin into urban cities, and rapid urbanization of many rural areas since the early 20th century, have shifted the balance between the number of urban and rural citizens.Hanremenkīmi) are an ethnic group and the citizens native to Egypt sharing a common culture and a variety of Egyptian Arabic. The population of Egypt is concentrated in the lower Nile valley, the small strip of cultivable land stretching from the First Cataract to the Mediterranean and enclosed by desert both to the east and to the west.This unique geography has been the basis of the development of Egyptian society since antiquity.Egypt's culture and history date back thousands of years to the times of the ancient Pharaohs.While some of these ancient traditions remain evident, modern Egypt has evolved greatly due to influences of immigrants from other Arab nations.The vast majority of Predynastic archaeological finds have been in Upper Egypt, because the silt of the Nile River was more heavily deposited at the Delta region, completely burying most Delta sites long before modern times.