• Like
Egypt
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
Uploaded on

 

More in: Travel , Education
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
541
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
10
Comments
0
Likes
1

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. By Kayla
  • 2. Some of the mummies of Egypt
    • This is some kinds of mummies
    • These mummies are dead
  • 3. About the deserts
    • The deserts have lots of sand storms.
    • They ride camels in the desert
    • Egypt only has sand and some plants
    • Some people that go to Egypt see water but there is no water.
  • 4. This is what Egypt looks like.
    • this is the town Egypt.
    • The town of Egypt has lots of walls.
  • 5. This is the alphabet of Egypt
    • This is the alphabet in Egypt.
  • 6. What Egypt is famous for
    • Egypt is famous for the pyramids.
  • 7. How many people live in Egypt and the flag of Egypt
    • There are 80,335,036 people in Egypt.
    • The colors of the flag are red, white, and black. This is what it looks like.
  • 8. The map of Egypt
    • This is the map of Egypt.
  • 9. Where Egypt is.
    • Egypt is in the north part of Africa.
    • situated at the northeastern corner of Africa by Mediterranean sea, in the east by Israel and the red sea, in the south by Sudan, and to the west by Libya.
  • 10. This is how deep is the water is in Egypt
    • The altitude of Egypt ranges from 123m (436ft) below sea level in the Libyan desert to about 2,629m (8,600ft) at mount Catherine in the Sinai peninsula.
  • 11. Kinds of food in Egypt.
    • They made wheat into bread and into soup and porridge.
    • They also added hops to make the barley into beer.
    • Some people think the real reason that the Egyptian first began growing grain was to make beer.
    • This is the model
    • of the beer in jars.
  • 12. 16 things about there clothes
    • All clothes were almost always made of linen which is made from flax.
    • Flax: a plant having small leaves, blue flowers and stems about two feet tall.
    • Flax was pulled out of the ground, not cut.
    • This backbreaking work was done mostly by men.
    • Half-ripe flax stems made the best thread.
    • If the stems were too ripe, they were used for mats and rope.
    • Flax stems were soaked for several days.
    • The fibers were separated.
    • Then the fibers were beaten until soft.
    • The spinner attached the fibers to the spindle.
    • The fibers were twisted into strong thread.
    • The weaving was done on a loom.
    • A loom is a frame made of two beams held by four pegs in the ground.
    • White linen needed constant washing. It was washed in the river or canal, rinsed, then pounded on a stone, and, bleached in the sun.
    • Linen clothes needed to be repleated every time they were washed.
    • To do so they pressed the linen into grooves on a wooden board and let it dry.
  • 13. Some animals in Egypt
    • In Egypt there is snakes and camels living in the deserts.
    • The people in Egypt ride the camels in the deserts so they can get around.
    • The cat is really popular.
  • 14. Some of the tools
    • These are some of the tools that were in Egypt.
  • 15. Jobs in Egypt
    • There are 81 jobs in Egypt
    • Some people work at the markets at Egypt
    • Some of them go to explore Egypt
    • Some of them go to find things in the deserts and then sell the stuff they find.
  • 16. Some pictures in Egypt
    • These are some pictures of Egypt
  • 17. What the money looks like
    • This is what the money looks like.
  • 18. People in Egypt
    • This is some pictures of people dancing in Egypt.
  • 19. The women in Egypt
    • The women in Egypt have to wear a burqa.
  • 20. Here are two families in Egypt
    • This is some pictures of a families in Egypt.
  • 21. Thats all for now! thanks for watching my sildeshow. I hoped you liked it! by kayla joseph