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Transcript of nubian culture
Egypt was totally agrarian,
trough the years the base of
the economy in Nubia is the
agriculture.the Nubian crop that was more dominant was the wheat cultivation but the most important was the durra crop.the nubians use the durra for trade intead of currency by: Maria Gabriela Tapia
Antonia Correa - Piankhi
-Art , technology, materials
-Every day life http://www.eduplace.com/parents/socsci/ca/books/bkf3/reviews/pdfs/LS_6_06_01.pdf the ancient Nubians were polytheist,they had some goods in common with Egyptians.
one of their gods was AMON, this god was represented as ram with a sun disk above his head and they belief that PiankhY was he son. the main jobs are: farmers ranchers merchants soldiers and artisans they were also very important sheeps goats and cows they were used as a source of supply of meat, milk and wool, but were not as important as the crop Technology in Nubia all technology in Nubia were influded by egyptian civilization,they invented a striking architectural style witnessed in their venerated pyramids, especially at Meroe.they make weapons like spear head and they built a pyramid, that mean that the create building material too. Everyday life in this part we are going to talk about Nubians life, like
clothes and diet
her diet consist in:Cattle, sheep, hippos, gazelles, ostriches, geese, and turtles were hunted and slaughtered for food, and the Nile provided a steady supply of fish.
was made from leather, linen, or wool and was often
elaborately decorated with geometric designs or
shiny ornaments made of mica.
Men wore leather loincloths embellished with
elaborate diamond-patterned beadwork.
Women usually wore leather knee-
Length skirts or tunics with
drawstrings and beaded designs at
the waist. Beads were made of
ostrich egg shell, gold, or
silver and were sewn onto