Ancient EgyptFacts about Egypt
Contents1.   Pyramids2.   Pharaohs3.   Scarab4.   Foods5.   Papyrus6.   Nile7.   Red land8.   Anubis
PyramidsPyramids where the tomb of Pharaohs and laterto be tombs for almost everyone.Pyramids where made from large stone ...
PharaohsPharaohs where the rulers in ancient Egyptthere word was the law and they wereconsidered a god among men.Pharaohs ...
ScarabScarab where the Beetle that ancient Egyptiansworshipped and they even put a Scarab amuletin the wrappings of the mu...
FoodsThe ancient Egyptians ate bread and drank beer butsome rich Egyptians ate meat that was quite rarefor poorer families...
PapyrusPapyrus was a reed that was used to make paperby the ancient Egyptians the Scribes (Peoplewho wrote about things) u...
NileThe Nile was the source of crops for the ancientEgyptians the Nile would flood every yearproviding the Black Land. The...
Red landThe Red land surrounded Egypt and was adefence to invading armies it also providedminerals and was a way of tradin...
AnubisAnubis is the god of embalming and was wornas a mask during mummification his appearanceis a man with the head of a ...
BibliographyTitle-Picture Sourced from (ask-aladdin.com)Page 3-Picture Sourced from(sultanknish.blogspot.com)Page 4-Pictur...
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Ancient egypt project

  1. 1. Ancient EgyptFacts about Egypt
  2. 2. Contents1. Pyramids2. Pharaohs3. Scarab4. Foods5. Papyrus6. Nile7. Red land8. Anubis
  3. 3. PyramidsPyramids where the tomb of Pharaohs and laterto be tombs for almost everyone.Pyramids where made from large stone blocksand where holding the mummified body andriches of the dead person.Pyramids where four sided andusually the entrance was off theground.
  4. 4. PharaohsPharaohs where the rulers in ancient Egyptthere word was the law and they wereconsidered a god among men.Pharaohs where the only people that had apyramid as a tomb.Pharaohs also started planning burials as soonas they became the ruler!
  5. 5. ScarabScarab where the Beetle that ancient Egyptiansworshipped and they even put a Scarab amuletin the wrappings of the mummies.They were usually gold, silver and sometimeswith some bits made gems.
  6. 6. FoodsThe ancient Egyptians ate bread and drank beer butsome rich Egyptians ate meat that was quite rarefor poorer families.The Beer was made out of fermented Barley Bread.An Average Would of consisted of some of thefollowing: Bread, Salad of Lettuce, Cucumber, Onionand Radish, A small piece of fish, duck orchicken, Grape Juice, Grapes, Dates Figs andPomegranateRicher People had cakes one was called Shat whichwas made from dates and honey and was baked ina triangular shape.
  7. 7. PapyrusPapyrus was a reed that was used to make paperby the ancient Egyptians the Scribes (Peoplewho wrote about things) used it to write on.Papyrus is a reed that was found around the Nilethe finished product of paper might have lookeda little something like this…
  8. 8. NileThe Nile was the source of crops for the ancientEgyptians the Nile would flood every yearproviding the Black Land. The Black land iswhere the farmers lived it was silt left by theflood that could sustain the crops.
  9. 9. Red landThe Red land surrounded Egypt and was adefence to invading armies it also providedminerals and was a way of trading. They wereprotected from invading armies because of thefact it is a barren wasteland that was hot anddry.
  10. 10. AnubisAnubis is the god of embalming and was wornas a mask during mummification his appearanceis a man with the head of a jackal. He is one ofthe more “know” gods of ancient Egypt. He wasalso written about in hieroglyphs a lot.
  11. 11. BibliographyTitle-Picture Sourced from (ask-aladdin.com)Page 3-Picture Sourced from(sultanknish.blogspot.com)Page 4-Picture Sourcedfrom(wysinger.homestead.com)Page 5-Picture Sourced from (zazzle.com)Page 7-Picture Sourced from(egyptgiftshop.com)Page 10-Picture Sourced from (edupics.com)
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