2819 BC, December 31, Friday —Egypt:

Pharaoh Nynetjer celebrated the third Sokar feast. In case you don’t know what this is all about, it is the celebration of yummy Egyptian onions; otherwise known as Egyptian walking onions. All parts of the plants are edible. The onion part has a real bite. There are all kinds of recipes available for those of you who like to cook. Egyptian onions are perennials, so there is no need to worry about planting them every year.

The king of Lower Egypt appeared. There is not much evidence anyone got all riled up about it. Maybe they were too busy eating their tasty Egyptian onions.

The Nile River flood level reached 2.21 meters.

2818 BC, January 23 (JC)

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