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Ancient Greece VS Ancient Egypt

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Lauren Kelly

on 22 June 2011

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Ancient Greece VS Ancient Egypt Location of Ancient Greece This is a picture of Sparta. This is a picture of Athens. Ancient Greece weapons In Ancient Greece they had a lot of wars. So the Greeks needed something to fight with so they used weapons. Some of the weapons Greeks used were, spears, javlines, daggers, arrows, slingshots, sheilds, swords, double-edged swords, and catapults. The most popular weapons were, spears, sheilds, swords, and double-edged swords. This is the map of Ancient Greece Sparta Athens Ancient Greece made up of different city-states. Each city-state was ran by a different person. Two popular city-states were Sparta and Athens. Ancient Greece was surrounded by so many seas. One example of a sea was the Mediterranean sea. Food in Ancient Greece There are a lot of different foods in Ancient Greece but there are 3 really important foods and they are the most popular foods in Ancient Greece. They are Olives, Grapes, and Grains. Olives gRAPES gRAINS Jobs in Ancient Greece There were a lot of jobs in Ancient Greece. Some of the most popular jobs were, Farmers, Craftsmen, Slaves, Scientists, and Philosophers. The Slaves would serve the wealthy Greeks. Some Slaves would be treated fairly and would like their masters and wouldn't mind if they weren't free but some Slaves don't like their masters at all so, they tried to free themselves by getting money and buying themself free, or if their masters set them free by them doing a good deed. Religion in Ancient Greece In Ancient Greece they believed in Gods that lived in the clouds of Olympus. They believed that religion would make there lives better because they believed if they paid to Zeus, the King of the Gods and the God of the air, they thought that they might get rain to grow their crops better. LOCATION OF ANCIENT eGYPT Lower Egypt is south of the Mediterranean sea and Upper Egypt is west of the Red sea. In Ancient Egypt there was a river that fills up once every year. This river is called the Nile River. The river flows throughout Egypt. Ancient Egypt is located in Africa. AFRICA ASIA EUROPE EGYPT Religion in Ancient Egypt In Ancient Egypt people believed that their Gods and Goddesses had a body of a person and a head of an animal. They dressed up in animal costumes to pray to the Gods and Goddesses. They would dress up as the God's animal if they wanted to pray to them. They would pray at home. They believed that the true God was Amun-Re, the God of the sun. Pyramids in ancient egypt In Ancient Egypt there are a lot of big triangles made of stone called Pyramids . The first pyramids were built in 2650 B.C. The pyramids took 20 years each to build. The Egyptions used over two million blocks to build each pyramid. The Eygptions built pyramids to bury the dead. Mostly Queens were buried in pyramids. JOBS IN ANCIENT egypt In Ancient Egypt there were a lot of jobs. Some of the most popular jobs were Farmers, Craftsmen,and Peasants. Food in ancient egypt Egyptions had a lot of food but one of their main foods were figs. They also ate a lot of fruits. Similarities of Ancient Greece to Ancient Egypt Both Greeks and Egyptians prayed to one God at a time. They would pray to the God who has the power they need. They both drank wine. They both had Slaves, Craftsmen, and Farmers to work in their land. By: Lauren Kelly
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