Thebes became the capital of the Middle Kingdom (2055-1650 BC).
During the Middle Kingdom all of the northern Nubia was conquered.
The Middle Kingdom
The capital city of Egypt during the middle kingdom was Thebes.
The capital of Egypt during the New Kingdom, and part of the Middle Kingdom, was Thebes. The capital during the Old Kingdom was Memphis.
The middle kingdom's capital was Thebes
At present it is Cairo. During the Old Kingdom the capital city was Memphis, during the Middle Kingdom and the New Kingdom it was Thebes.
The capital of ancient Egypt was first Memphis (during the Old Kingdom), then Thebes (during the Middle and the New Kingdom) until Alexander the Great invaded Egypt. He made Alexandria the capital and it remained Alexandria until the 7th cenutry.
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The capital of Egypt during the middle age was Thebes
It was Memphis during the Old Kingdom, and later, during the Middle Kingdom and the New Kingdom it was Thebes (today Luxor).