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Ancient Egyptian Social Classes
Transcript of Ancient Egyptian Social Classes
By: Audrey Hebert How was daily life for the farmers? The farmers ate: bread, beer, vegetables like: onions, garlic. Also they ate fruits like: figs and dates. They only ate meat on holidays.Their homes were made with mud-bricks and they were designed to keep the inside cool when it was hot outside.They made bread with mill grind flour in the oven in the kitchen.The stoves had no chimneys so the smoke had to go out through a hole in the roof. Their homes were simply decorated but their homes were still comfortable. The floors were covered with reed mats.The walls were painted or covered with colored linen. The houses were made out of wood,so was the furniture: stools tables, and raised beds.
Their hygiene and appearance were very important to them. They bathed frequently in the Nile with soap with pastes based of animal fat, and chalk. The men shaved their heads. They used perfumes for their bad odors. The wealthier men and women used to wear cosmetics and wigs. The men marriage at the age of 18-20, but women got marriage at the age of 15-18. They usually marriage their cousins. The main crop was wheat because the grain made bread and beer. You would think that the economy basis on money or gold, but the economy was basis on gains. Plus the taxes were payed in corn.
4,5,6 1 2 2 1,2,3, 3 The daily life in Ancient Egypt life impacted the way we live today by teaching us how to farm wheat and grain, so now we can farm wheat and grain too.