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Ancient Egypt: Intellectual /Arts
Transcript of Ancient Egypt: Intellectual /Arts
Ancient Egyptian art is mainly about the canonical 2D and 3D art developed in Egypt from 3000 BC.
One of the arts is an oval with a horizontal line at one end. that piece of art is called the cartouche.
Children going to school used symbols called Hieroglyphs to read and write. Girls didn't go to school they stayed home and did the women work.
Ancient Egyptians used a numbering system based on ten. They also used symbols for larger numbers. Like, a heel stood for 10, a crook was 100, 1000 was a flower, a finger represented 10,000, and a tadpole represented 100,000.
Ancient Egyptians believed that it was important to record and communicate information about religion and government. Hieroglyphic is the most famous of all ancient Egyptian scripts .
Not all boy could go to school though.The boys who belonged to the poor families had to stay at home and help there families on the farm.
By: Valerie , Kimberly , Danielle
Music was used in temples as part of worship, in holidays ,and during processions and parties. Egyptian musical instruments include string instruments and wind instruments . Wind instruments were like flutes, clarinets, double pipes, trumpets, and oboes. String instruments were like harps, lyres, lutes, percussion instruments like drums, rattles, tambourines, and bells.
Sometimes the numbers were written out of order.