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Ancient Egyptian Inventions
Transcript of Ancient Egyptian Inventions
Why was the invention of papyrus, ink, and pen important to the Egyptians?
How were calendars and clocks helpful to the ancient Egyptians?
How did papyrus help historians learn about ancient Egyptian history, culture, and tradition?
How did the Egyptian's study of astronomy help develop the calendar?
How did Egyptian writing and drawing traditions lead to the invention of paper?
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