A Timeline Of Ancient Egypt
Theban mapping project presents a timeline on ancient Egypt from Dynasty I in 3100 BC to Roman Emperors in 395 AD. In A.D. 395, a separation occurred between the western and eastern parts of the Roman Empire, leaving Constantinople with the supremacy of the East. Egypt maintained its role as grain provider for the Empire, but Alexandria lost its predominant position to Constantinople. As a consequence, Egypt was left out of the conflicts created by the imperial successions and international politics.