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Transcript of Ancient Egypt
toys for kids
Some basic toys made from materials such as wood and clay include:
* Wooden mouse - these have been found with a little string attached to move the tail up and down.
* Horse - During the Roman era in ancient Egypt these would have been popular due to the importance of horses in battle.
* Carved Cats and Lions - sometimes made with a string movable jaw.
* Clay models of cats, dogs, donkeys, mongooses, hedgehogs and pigs.
* Paddle dolls- These were simply a piece of wood shaped like a paddle with a painted face and hair made from clay beads strung on twine.
* Bone and ivory carved toys were an alternative to the popular wood and clay ones.
Beginning and end of Ancient Egypt
Ptah(Hephaestus) craftsmen and creation
Ra(Apollo) the sun
Shu(Aether) the air
Geb(Demeter) the earth
Osiris(Hades) the dead
Set(Typhon) chaos and war
Horus(Zeus) the sky
1st pyramid 5000 years ago Step pyramid
inside was beautifully decorated stories
painted with fake doors to trick people
considered connectors of living and dead
cities built around the pyramid
pharaoh provided food,clothing and shelter for workers and family
lots of treasures in tomb attempting robberys
The length of the Nile River is approximately 6650 kilometres (4132 miles). It is believed to be the longest river in the world.
The Nile River has huge significance in regards to Ancient Egypt. Most of Ancient Egypt’s historical sites are located along the banks of the Nile River including cities such as Luxor and Cairo.
In 1787, the famous Rosetta stone was found in the Nile Delta in the city of Rosetta. This Ancient Egyptian artifact played a key role in modern understanding of Egyptian hieroglyphics.
Around 40 million people (half of Egypt’s population) live in the Nile Delta region.
Many treasures were found burried within the tombs, mostly from gold and with jewels
Started 3100 B.C.E 1st king Narmer
Ended 30 B.C.E death of Cleopatra VII
not many boys at school only rich ones
boys learned to read and write and do maths called scribes
girls weren't aloud at school
girls learn to cook,farm,take care of babies etc.
sometimes girls got private tutors(usually slaves)