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Tagged With: Egypt

Hieroglyphs

What are hieroglyphs? Is it easy to read hieroglyphs? Do any letters have the same hieroglyphs as other letters ? Where is the most likely place you would find them?   Hieroglyphs are like letters but in pictures they were used in tombs to help the pharaoh to get to the afterlife or to become … Continue reading »

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Anubis Top Trump

Anubis is the god of embalming and the dead.He is usually shown as a jackal,but he has a human form with a jackal head. He is a very important god because without him the dead wouldn’t make it to the afterlife,well that’s what they believe. His power score is 7/10 His skill score is 5/10 … Continue reading »

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Religion and Change

What changed or what was going to change? Who wanted to change what they were doing? What did they do with there religion? When did this happen? In 1352 BC a powerful Pharaoh, Amenhotep VI, wanted to change everything that was going on in Egypt. This Pharaoh ruled for 16 years and this happened in … Continue reading »

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The River of Life

What was so important about the Nile? What was built near the Nile? What did they use that was from the River? Why did they live right next to it The Nile was so important to the Egyptians that they lived next to it, built buildings next to it, and made citys, towns and villages … Continue reading »

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Egypt at War

The Egyptian civilization lasted a long time because of all the battles they won. They won all there battles except the one against Alexander the Great. They went over to Nubia and bring back a lot of gold and then saw how powerful they were. So they Sent dozens of boats over to Asia and … Continue reading »

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AN EGYPTIAN MARKET (guide)

PICK ME UP.  PLEEEASE If you have been desperate enough to read this leaflet then you must be lost. You may be a foreigner, a traveler or simply just new to the area. Whatever your reason, your lost. Right!? Well fear not for this letter will save your trip. It shall include the uppermost helpful … Continue reading »

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CATS???

 WHY WERE CATS SO IMPORTANT IN EYGPT? In ancient Egypt, the cats were created, as they were gods. The role cats played in the ancient Egyptian world is nothing like the role they play in today‘s world. Cats in ancient Egypt were protected under certain laws and these laws were strict. If anyone harmed a … Continue reading »

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Home Life

What were the jobs? What were the houses made from? How many houses did they have in a town? Who had the bigger houses? The Egyptian houses are normally made out mud and bricks. The mud was used like cement to stick the bricks together. They would get there mud from below the Nile. The … Continue reading »

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  23 November 1922   Phew, that`s over.I’m going to be a millionair like lord carnarvon ,well anyway let`s carry on with the story. It was two o’clock in the afternoon when I  and my workers had finally dusted off the last stair and found the plastered door with a rope lock seal, there was … Continue reading »

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Howard Carter’s discovery

Monday 23rd November 1922   What a wonderful sight I saw it was full of shimmering  gold .After, Lord Carnarvon  arrived with his beautiful daughter .We carefully ripped open the hard plaster  , solid wall. When I went through  the corridor  I discovered  the magnificent and the fabulous gold I was vague by the three beds … Continue reading »

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