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Inventions

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Inventions

ANCIENT EGYPT
ANCIENT CHINA
GREECE
Introduction
ANCIENT GREECE
ANCIENT CHINA
ANCIENT EGYPT
GREECE
CHINA
EGYPT
EGYPT
GREECE
CHINA
ANCIENT EGYPT
ANCIENT GREECE
ANCIENT CHINA
Silk:

Gunpowder:

The Compass:



Main question: Which civilization created the most amount of significant inventions
Why should Greece win?
- Lots of famous inventors
- Well known as a creative nation
- Lots of new technology came from ancient Greece
Main inventions
1. Levers
2. Maps
3. Plumbing
Why should China win ?
- Invented Dim Sims
- Invented silk
- Had very selfish emperors
Main inventions
1. Gunpowder
2. Compass
3. Silk
Why should Ancient Egypt win?
Invented lots of inventions
but sold a majority to other
civilizations
Invented writing and paper
Most of their inventions were
very significant
Main inventions
1. Paper
2. Writing
3. The calendar
The Verdict
My decision was a tough one, a decision between three very respected and creative empires. Greece was probably the easiest and most obvious choice as it had many great inventors and inventions. China although less known for inventing things than Greece would come in a close second. Then there's Egypt. Although Egyptian life was much less technologically advanced than Greece or China it still produced a substantial amount of inventions like the calendar, writing & paper that are still in use today.
Military
Agriculture
Industry
Military
Agriculture
Industry

Military
Which areas of the empire had the most inventions devoted to them?
Were any inventions unique to a civilization?
What are some significant inventions from each civilization
The Vending machine:

A Greek watermill:

Plumbing:

Cannon:




Levers:

Automatic doors:

The Clock Tower:


Eye Glasses:

The Kite:

List some inventions from each civilization.
Glass:

Writing:

Astronomy:

Ink:

The calendar:


Agriculture
Industry
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