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Duties of a Slave

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When an Egyptian king/Queen died. They would be put into a gold tomb. When king Tut died he was put into a gold tomb. They picked a pyramid for king Tut and put him and his tomb in it. They also put all his gold and diamonds in it. They would put the king or Queens favorite slave or servant in the tomb were they died.
Farming In Ancient Egypt Part 1
Farmers grew lots of things in ancient Egypt. They grew wheat, barley, vegetables, figs, melons, pomegranates, vines, onion, leeks, cabbage, and beans! They used grain to make bread, porridge and beer.
Lazy Pharaohs
Slaves would be the ones to work for the pharaohs and do the things
the pharaohs didn't want to do.
Hard working
Slaves
The slaves and servants were the people to build the pyramids. The pyramids are still standing today!They made the pyramids in 1333 B.C.!
The Egyptian Slave Life
The Egyptian slaves had the worst job of being an Egyptian. Slaves were on the bottom of the Egyptian evaluation scale. They were the Egyptians that worked the hardest.
Only the wealthy children of the Egyptians got to go to school. They learned how to read,write, and speak hieroglyphics.

quatr.us/egypt/people/school.htm
Slaves Getting
Captured
Slaves turned into slaves in war. When humans were going to fight against the Egyptians the Egyptians would get the warrior fighting them turn them into an Egyptian and they become a slave.
By:Grant Petty

Mysteries of Ancient Egypt

The Death Of An Egyptian King or Queen!
Egyptian School!
Farming In Ancient Egypt Part 2

They grew lettuce and corn also. They used a winnowing scoop, hoe, rakes, flint bladed sickles, and plows. They used a shaduf to get water from the Nile. A shaduf is a tool that Egyptians used. They killed antelope and fish. They used cattle, goats, pigs, ducks, cows, and geese to trample seeds.
Seasons In Ancient Egypt

Back in Ancient Egypt times they only had three seasons. The seasons are the harvesting season (March-May). The growing season is five months long. The months for the growing season are (October- February). The third and last season is The Flooding Season. There is four months of the flooding season. The seasons are (June-September).
Ancient Egypt websites I used for my farmer part prezi

resources.woodlands - junior.kent.sch.uck/homework/egypt/farming.htm#inudation.
Encyclopedia Facts for Ancient History Encyclopedia Part 1
During the old kingdom this long process of mummifying the dead was reserved for the pharaohs. The Egyptians practiced and perfected mummification for nearly 2,000 years, continuing the process well into the Roman period. They believed the spirits of the afterlife were at all of the pharaoh's mummification processes.
Encyclopedia Facts For Ancient History Encyclopedia Part 2
In the early of the old kingdom Egypt was simply known as Kemet which means rich soil. They had this name because of the rich soil from the Nile river. In 2613 b.c. - 2181 b.c. the Great Sphinx Of Giza was constructed.
Encyclopedia Facts For Encyclopedia Britannica
Egypt is located in the northeastern corner of Africa. The home of one of the favorite places for the Egyptians was the Nile River and delta. In 323 B.C., a lot of Egyptians had became slaves to the Roman Empire.
Duties Of An Artisan
Artisans were carpenters, metal workers, jewelers, painters, craftsmen, sculptors, potters, stone carvers, and weavers. Craftsmen were not allowed to sign their work because many people worked on the same project. Artisans worked in metals like tin, copper, gold, bronze, and iron. The stone carvers created the statues, engravings and reliefs of the temples, tombs, and monuments. An artisan would usually work in clay, stone, and wood.
Artisan websites
www.ancientegyptianfacts.com/ancientegyptian - artisans.html
6awchistory.weekly.com/artisan.html
Duties of a scribe
Scribes jobs were to calculate taxes , record court cases, keep track of food supply, record history and important events, and they also keep calculations for the pharaoh and government. Learning to be a scribe was not easy. Scribes got to read and write. Usually men were scribes. Female doctors in ancient Egypt were like scribes. Scribes had to attend special schools. There were many hieroglyphics to learn. Scribes use pottery or flakes of limestone to practice. Children got to become scribes mainly. It would take 5 years to go through farm school.

Websites:
6awchsitory.weebly.com/scribes.html

www.ancientegypt.co.uk/writing/explore/scribe.html

About language

In ancient Egypt the normal language was hieroglyphics. But they had other languages. They also had demotic language, hieratic language, and of course they had hieroglyphics. The Rosetta stone helped us people learn the language hieroglyphics. 394 A.D. was the last year the egyptians used hieroglyphics. Soon after that it was a dead language.
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