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Transcript of Technology
The pyramids took a lot of mathematics while in the process of building. Mostly measurements
Papyrus is what the Ancient Egyptians used as paper. Some people compare it to cardboard. It has a thick and gritty texture
A combination of sand, calcium, alcalide, and silicar are in the process of glass making
In Ancient Egypt, they used a lot of technology.What they called technology isn't like computers,cell phones,video games,etc.Technology to them is what they used and how.Let me show you what they used.
You may not think in Ancient Egypt they had a lot of mathematics, but they had a good amount of what we use today. Examples of their mathematics they used are measuring, hieroglyphics, counting, geometry, and numerals!
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Pottery was used by the ancient Egyptians
in much the same way we use modern
kitchen containers or plastic. These beautiful
pieces were burnished to a lustrous finish and
fired leaving a black upper section and lower,
deep red section. They were probably fired
in either open bonfires or very primitive
The pottery of ancient egypt. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/pottery.htm