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Social Studies Group Project
Transcript of Social Studies Group Project
The Nile, Tigris, and Euphrates River
Role of Egyptian Trade
These rivers were important
Location was and is still important to cities
Without the rivers people would not have survived
Development of agricultural techniques
Architecture techniques led to a surplus of food.
Social Class Systems
Rulers were gods or chosen by gods
Religion supported about everything
Today we try to base some of our laws off of Hammurabi's code
Hammurabi's code has an eye-for-eye
Most complete law code that survived
Queen Hatsheput Significance
Ramses the Great Significance
Reigned for about 22 years
First women pharaoh
One of the Greatest Rulers of Egyptian Times
One of the greatest rulers of Egyptian Times
Lived longer that the average person back then
Their art represented stories to them, about them, and how the lived
They wanted their art to be beautiful
Egyptian art and architecture
Kush and Egyptian trade
Kush and Egypt disagreements
Trade advantages and disadvantages
Ancient Written Languages
Nile River. VIDEO. Encyclopædia Britannica. Web. 13 Nov. 2014. </download/video?path=/49/21949-024-C59C2932.mp4>.
The Evolution of Language and Written Forms
Kush and Egypt
Religion, Social, and Political Systems of Mesopotamia, and Egypt
Social Studies The World
Illinois: Permission Department 2008. Pearson Education Inc.
Traded goods and resources.
Pharaohs wanted to trade with other civilizations
Ancient Egyptian Ideas
Egyptian Burial Rites
Egyptian Irrigation Systems
Technology continues to grow
Hammurabi Statue of Rules
U P P E R E G Y P T
L O W E R E G Y P T
Path to Trade
Writing Time Line
"Tigris-Euphrates river system". Encyclopædia Britannica. Encyclopædia Britannica Online.
Encyclopædia Britannica Inc., 2014. Web. 13 Nov. 2014
Ancient Egypt Anthology. Dir. David Wallace. 1997, 2006 A&E Television Networks LLC. Art and design 2012 A&E Television Networks LLC.
The Nile River
Giver of Life
Taker of Life
Provided many resources for Egypt
Longest River today
Flooded every year
Without the Nile
Location of Nile today
"Ancient Egypt." Britannica School. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., 2014. Web. 16 Nov. 2014. <http://school.eb.com/levels/middle/article/274132>.