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The Ancient Egyptians lived between the years 4000BC and500BC, in the dry, hot country along the River Nile.
The Egyptians lived in the banksof the River Nile The Temple of Amun
Every July, the river floodedand the farmers grew theircrops in rich, fertile mudwhich the flood left behind.
It is the name of a mythical beast that theEgyptians portrayed in stone. It has the body ofa lion and the head of a person.It is the name of the massive triangularbuilding that were built in Egypt thousands ofyears ago.
Most Egyptian children didnt go to school. Boyslearned from their fathers trade and girlshelped their mothers. Rich children had a tutoror went to school .They learned to read andwrite on paper made from papyrus reeds. Theyused picture writing called hieroglyphics.
THE EGYPTIANSTREETS WEREFILTHY BECAUSEPEOPLE THREW THERUBBISH TO THESTREETS. THE HOUSES WERE SEVERAL FLOORS UP BECAUSE THERE WAS NOT MUCH SPACE FOR BUILDDING DUE TO THE NARROW VALLEY OF THE RIVER NILE.
Ancient Egyptian houses had mud bricks. Houses had several floors becausethe river Nile was very narrow.
People in Egypt loved hunting birds and enjoying themselves.Egyptians knew about the heart and nervous system. They passedtheir knowledge from dads to sons.
Inside the tomb wereclothes, weapons, furniture andtreasures the king needed for his life after death.
• When the king died, his body was preserved and wrapped in linen. Thiswas called a mummy.
The burial of a king• The king was buried 70 days after death. His funeral procession included priests, priestesses and paid mourners
Sometimes robbers would try to break into thesealed tomb and steal the treasures which were buried with the king.
Egyptians worecool clothesmade of linen.The men woreshort tunicsand the womenwore longtunics withshoulderstraps.
•Egyptian men wore short tunics and the womenwore long tunics. Both men and women made-uptheir faces. When it was hot children usuallywore no clothes. Hair styles were different forboys and girls: boys had shaved heads with asingle lock of hair and girls wore several plaits.
Egyptians worecool clothesmade of linen. In hot weather, children often wore no clothes.
Egyptiansloved They played withhunting. toys made ofThey wood and ivory.hunted on Some of theirland from favorite games They used were wrestlingchariots harpoons to catch and fencing withand in hippopotamus. wooden swordswater fromboats.
The Egyptians hunted on land from chariots and in water from boats . Herethey are catching an hippopotamus with harpoons and ropes.
Rich people had greatparties with lots offood and drink .Servant and slavesserved them .Singers ,dancers,acrobats , jugglersentertained the guests.
1.-This word starts with an“A”. It is the name of thecontinent in which Egypt islocated. It’s Africa. 2. The name of de capital city is Cairo.
It is the name of a very dryenvironment. Much of Egypt isthis type of land: It is a desert.
It is the name of a commondomesticated (tame) animalthat the ancient Egyptiansrevered : it is a cat.
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