Ancient Egypt
Crown of Lower Egypt encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com
Crown of Upper Egypt encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com
Crowns of Egyptian Kingdoms encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com
Egyptians made housing out of mud bricks. history.howstuffworks.com HowStuffWorks explains thousands of topics, ranging from the flu to black holes to conspiracy theories, with video and illustrations so you can learn how everything works.
Irrigation in Ancient Egypt www.google.com
The ancient Egyptians believed in many gods, which also means they were polytheistic. the most important were Ra the sun god, Horus the god of light, and the goddess Isis who represented the perfect mother and wife. encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com
The Social Hierarchy was very important to the ancient Egyptians because it showed what your job was and how much power you had in society. For example the Pharaoh, being the only one on the top of the pyramid, had the most power and responsibility, and the slaves being the biggest part of the pyramid, had the least amount of power. www.historyforkids.net
The pyramids were built by the slaves and sometimes the farmers for the Pharaohs that died. encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com
The ancient Egyptians created a writing system called hieroglyphics, where a picture stood for an idea and eventually they created a alphabet as seen above. english.ahram.org.eg
Ancient Egyptian Job Specialization - Pharaohs gave commands to government officials and they would tell the villagers. -Scribes would write down anything that was important or that the Pharaoh needed to remember. Such as business transactions. - Merchants sold items in market -Artisans made objects to be sold in the market depending on the specific skill they obtained. -Farmers planted the crops for the village -Slaves built the pyramids or did any other work the Pharaoh needed done.
This website explains the ancient Egyptian government. www.ancient-egypt-online.com In ancient Egypt, the government revolved heavily around a single figure, the pharaoh, who the people believed to be a living god.

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