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Ancient Egypt

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Sahib Khanna

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http://egypt.mrdonn.org/homes.html
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http://library.thinkquest.org/CR0210200/ancient_egypt/egyptiandailylife.htm
Ancient Egyptian Homes
They're homes and palaces were made from mud and brick
Mud Bricks were cheap and they were always available
They kept homes warm in the winter and warm in the summer
They're were about 5-12 rooms in a regular house
Nobles lived in huge villas along the nile
Peasants lived in tiny homes
The kings and pharoahs had humongous houses
Wealthy people had nice beds, mattresses, vases and many other things for decour
Poor people had straw mattresses or a rug on the floor to sleep on and had a basic stool made out of made out of wood otherwise they have no furniture
http://www.ancientegypt.co.uk/gods/explore/main.html
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Mr.Squires- Room 106-Social Studies -Ancient Civilizations
Ancient Egyptian Weapons And Armor
Ancient Egyptian Bow and Arrow
Soldiers played an important role in egypt near 3000 B.C.
Officers were incharge of 50 groups of soldiers
The soldiers would fight war in chariots
Chariots were manned by two horses at war
Some weapons were: Slivershifted axe, Ceremonial axe, Battle axe, Flint heads, Slingshot, Tamahocks, Trowing Knifes, Bronze heads, Arrow, Dagger, Shortsword, Longsword and Bow and Arrow
Some armor was were: Finger guards, Wrist Protector, Large Shields, and Heavy armor
There was very professional soldiers in the war
King Tut's Dagger
Wrist Protector
Large Shield
Introduction
Hi my name is Sahib and today I will be telling you about Ancient Egypt.
Hope You Guys Enjoy!!!
An ancient egyptian house
Peasants Home
Ancient Egyptian Transportation
Ancient Egyptian Religion
Table of Contents
Slide 1: Introduction

Slide 2: Ancient Egyptian Homes

Slide 3: Ancient Egyptian Family Life

Slide 4: Ancient Egyptian Weapons and Armor

Slide 5: Ancient Egyptian Transportation

Slide 6: Ancient Egyptian Religion

Slide 7: Glossary

Slide 8: Bibliography

Slide 9: The END
Glossary
Ancient Egyptian Chariot driven by pharoah
They're was 4 ways the ancient egyptians got around on chariots, donkeys, boats,camels, and horses
The fastest way they would get around was on a chariot which was pulled by 2 horses
Boats were also a fast way to transport, but not many people owned them
Usually people would build them or buy them if they could afford the material
The animal they most used to transport was a camel that people owned or rented
The ancient egyptians wanted camels bacause they could go a long way without food, water, and rest
Plus they could carry heavy loads on their backs
Donkeys they would not use because they need to be fed everyday
Donkeys were meant for short travel
A Camel
Embalm:Preserve a body from decay, originally with spices and now usually by arterial injection of a preservative or to mumify it.
Polytheism:The belief in or worship of more than one god.
Deities:A god or goddess.
Ancient Egyptian Altar
Mummification
Egyptian culture was based on Polytheism, or the worship of deities, except for during the reign of Akhenaton
They considered animals such as the bull, the cat, and the crocodile to be holy
Their religion stressed and afterlife
When a person died they would embalm the bod
Some egyptian gods and goddesses were: Amun, Anubis, Aten, Atum, Bastet, Bes, Geb, Hapy, Hathor, Horus, Isis, Khepri, Khnum, Ma'at, Nephthys, Nun,Nut, Osiris, Ptah, Ra, Ra-Horakhty, Sekhmet, Seshat, Seth, Shu, Sobek, Tawaret, Tefnut, Thoth, and King Tut
I HOPE YOU GUYS ENJOYED MY PRESENTATION!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ancient Egyptian Videos
Enjoy
Bibliography
http://www2.sptimes.com/Egypt/EgyptCredit.4.2.html
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http://www2.sptimes.com/Egypt/EgyptCredit.4.3.html
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http://library.thinkquest.org/J002037F/transportation.htm
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Anicent Egyptian Family Life
The people in Ancient Egypt valued their family
They adored the children and thought of them as blessings
In the low class families the mother would raise the children
A wealthy family would have servants that helped to take care of children by taking care of their needs
Women were expected to listen to their father's and husbands
The men were in charge of the entire household
The man of the house was responsible for supporting his family
By the age of 4 the children would help their parents in the field or trains as craftsmen
Most Egyptian families woke up early before the day got hot
Boys learnt a trade of craft from their fathers or they could become artisans
The ancient egyptian families would play games with each other and they would have fun playing the games
Ancient Egyptian Family
Ancient Egyptian Family taking care of each other
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EYEWITNESS BOOKS, Ancient Egypt, By:George Heart
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PEOPLE IN THE PAST, Ancient Egyptian Homes, Brenda Williams
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EARLY PEOPLES, Ancient Egyptians, Andrew Langley
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http://www.ducksters.com/history/ancient_egypt/boats_and_transportation.php
Peasants: Were poor people who worked for the king.
Nobles: A person of noble rank or birth and are very rich.
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