Lower Egyptball, also known as Merimdeball was a predynastic countryball in the Northern Egyptball. Despite being in the north, he was called "lower" Egyptball because his clay was low and marshy and because the Nile river flows from south to north. He wore a red, boxy crown with a curl at the front. He is conquered by Upper Egyptball, and they became Protodynastic Egyptball, with their crowns fusing.

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