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  1. 1. Ashley and Sonny’s Museum of Ancient Egypt365 Daycalendar Stoneand leap education mason year. Visit the Curator Welcome to the Lobby
  2. 2. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF Name of Museum Museum Title NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN Ashley: I cheer at ECE and I loveCURATOR my friends and JUSTIN INFORMATION BIEBER Sonny: I like sports like baseball, basketball and football I also am a fan of talking unless I’m tired. Back to LobbySite your sources of information here:
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  6. 6. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF Name of Museum NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN CURATOR INFORMATIONSchools in Ancient Egypt taught writing,reading, math, and sports as well asmorals and manners. Back to Room 1
  7. 7. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF Name of Museum NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN CURATOR This invention influenced the Ancient Egyptian because it let them INFORMATION keep track of the days and what season it was so they would know when to crop or plant the plants. It is a big use today so we know what the day month is, it also helps us remember where we are supposed to be such as a doctors appointment or the dentist or a birthday party. Back to Room 1
  8. 8. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF Name of Museum NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN CURATOR INFORMATIONProyet was the time of the year when the Nile receded. Because the temperatures were much cooler than other timesof the year this was the perfect timefor the farmers tosow their crops. Proyet occurred normally from December to March. Back to Room 1
  9. 9. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF Name of Museum NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN CURATOR INFORMATIONShumo was summertime for theEgyptians. Lasting from March to July itwas a dry time when the crops wereharvested and was often one of thebusiest times of the year. Back to Room 1
  10. 10. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF Name of Museum NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN CURATOR INFORMATIONThis area of specialization improved their standardof living because the stonemason was ableto build houses letting themhave many resources from their house likestorage and shelter. Back to Room 2
  11. 11. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF Name of Museum NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN CURATOR INFORMATIONThe oldest and largest stoneconstructions in the world come fromEgypt where the pyramids required skilledstone workers. Back to Room 2
  12. 12. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF Name of Museum NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN CURATOR INFORMATIONStone slabs were carefully cut and dressed. A first dynasty tomb at Saqqara is lined with slabs of limestone, but stone architecture appeared in Egypt much later than brick-based architecture, so methods used with brick were applied to it initially. At first, small rectangles of stone were set inrows and mortared, just like bricks, but soon the techniques changed.Construction used massive blocks of stone weighing up to 200 tons. Back to Room 2
  13. 13. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF Name of MuseumNATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN CURATOR INFORMATION Back to Room 3
  14. 14. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF Name of Museum NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN CURATOR INFORMATIONThink the it made the Egyptians thrive becausetheir education made them better and what they did better because that education andwhat they learned made them capable of different things. Back to Room 3
  15. 15. VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF Name of Museum NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN CURATOR INFORMATIONNot many boys and girls went Toschool in ancient Egypt . Mostof these boys and girls came from rich families andwent to scribal schools. Back to Room 3

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