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Ancient India Vs. Ancient Egypt

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Ancient India Vs. Ancient Egypt
Kiara Cox 4th Block
Ancient Egypt:Calander, Time keeping, Pyramids, Mummification, written language
Ancient India:Yoga, Astronomy, Chess, Snakes and ladders (game)
Achievements
Ancient Egypt:Paper,Written language,makeup,the calender,black ink,water clock
Ancient India:Universities, Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Astronomy
Innovations
Ancient Egypt:The ancient Egyptians practiced a polytheistic religion and worshipped a pantheon of Gods and Goddess.The government of Ancient Egypt depended on two important factors; the pharaoh and agriculture.Inscriptions on monuments indicate that they practiced wrestling, weightlifting, long jump, swimming, rowing, shooting, fishing and athletics, as well as various kinds of ball games.
Components of Culture
Ancient India:India is identified as the birthplace of Hinduism and Buddhism.The traditional clothing for men is the dhoti.Silk saris worn by many of the country’s women. Science and technology in ancient and medieval India covered all the major branches of human knowledge and activities, including mathematics, astronomy, physics, chemistry, medical science and surgery, fine arts, mechanical and production technology, civil engineering and architecture, shipbuilding and navigation, sports and games
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