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Extractions: Ancient Egypt Home Daily Life General Resources Religion/Afterlife/Mummies View the Gallery of Reconstructions of Temples and Pyramids Tomb of Tutankhamun Daily Life Ancient Egyptian Clothing About ancient Egyptian clothing and fashion. - illustrated - From Dragon Strike Systems - http://www.dragonstrike.com/egypt/cloth.htm Ancient Egyptian Furniture and Woodworking Examples of ancient Egyptian furnishings, woodworking and construction techniques - illustrated - http://www.geocities.com/gpkillen/index.html Ancient Egyptian Lives Three-part series about life in ancient Egypt - illustrated - By Mark T. Rigby - http://homepage.powerup.com.au/~ancient/life1.htm Ancient Egyptian Sports About ancient Egyptian sports. - illustrated - From the Egyptian State Information Service - http://www.uk.sis.gov.eg/egyptinf/history/html/sport001.htm Aristide Malnati About ancient Egyptian medicine. - illustrated history, recipes for cures, and even ancient cosmetic surgery - From Leadership Medica - http://www.cesil.com/cesil99/malneng.htm The Coolest Ancient Egyptian Website Website is a middle school class project. Information about diet and religion. - illustrated - From George Mason Middle School -
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Extractions: Travelers can begin their tour in Cairo, Egypt or New York, USA or London, UK Day 0, Fri.: For those who leave from New York, USA, the plane leaves NY City, at 11:00 PM, Friday, June 13. This is a direct non-stop flight from New York to Cairo, Egypt. Contact Us for pricing on international flights if you would like to add this to your tour package. Other departure cities in the USA are available as add-on's. Day 1, Sat, June 14: Afternoon arrival in Cairo (7 hours ahead of New York time, 2 hours ahead of Greenwich). Our 5-star hotel is right near the pyramids. Welcome to Egypt!
Extractions: Introduce students to the Great Sphinx, as it stands today near Cairo. You can use an image from an art history textbook or the clear photograph at touregypt According to the Web site just mentioned, the word sphinx Tell students they must research the history and the status of conservation efforts over the course of the last 20 to 30 years, coming up with answers in writing to the following questions:
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Extractions: In this web page we will be talking about the differences and similarities between Egyptian and Mesopotamian inventions. We will mainly talk about what the inventions were called, and how they were used, and most importantly how they affected life then and how they do now. We think that if a lot of the inventions that they discovered weren't invented it would have a great effect on life today. A lot of the inventions that the two civilizations created were ahead of their time. One of the Mesopotamian inventions was in form of writing, which they named "Cuneiform." The word cuneiform meant " wedge shaped. " The writing was originally made for taking an account of what they bought or sold. Cuneiform was written on clay tablets with a pointed reed which was called the stylus. The word cuneiform comes from the latin words: "cuneus," which means "wedge" and "forma," which means "shaped." Mesopotamia wrote on clay tablets while the clay was still wet. Writing allowed a lot of laws to be written. Other important things such as the recording important events, had a big part in life in the ancient world. It also made it easier for this day and age to understand what type of people the Mesopotamians were. The most important invention that was created in the ancient times is probably the wheel. The Sumerians, ( a civilization in ancient Mesopotamia) invented the wheel. The wheels were used to connect on chariots. It made it easier for them to get places faster. "It was one of the biggest inventions in history." This world would not be the same without the wheel.The wheel was used to move things without it being a heavy load. The wheel was probably the most important invention in from Mesopotamia.
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Extractions: Saqqara Step Pyramid Cick here for more pyramids: Pyramids 2 xt The Saqqara Step Pyramid in the ancient egyptian capital of Memphis, lies 20 miles southwest of Cairo. This is the oldest of the royal pyramids. It was built for King Djoser (Zoser: 2667 - 2648 BC), the second of the Third Dynasty pharaohs in the 27th-century B.C. by the architect Imhotep. The original structure was an underground burial chamber. This chamber was rare in that it was square; most mastabas were rectangular. The royal tomb is 28m underground with a vertical shaft leading to it. The entrance was sealed with a 3 ton piece of granite. The chamber walls have inscriptions that show beyond any doubt that this is indeed a burial chamber. It also contains offering rooms and most of the other features that were often found in both earlier and later tombs. The pyramid is composed of six receding layers on top of each other. A man can be seen standing to the right of center of its base.
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Extractions: Master Index of Articles Master Index Articles and Essays on Egypt This is a master index to all articles and essays on Tour Egypt. However, it does not contain all information listed in our Antiquities Section or our Travel Guide . There is considerably more information to be found through the Tour Egypt Home Page Historical Egypt Alternative Thought
Extractions: Historical Egyptian Sites - Pharaonic Tombs other than Pyramids While most Egyptian pyramids are considered tombs, they are covered in our list and special section on pyramids . Also, while most royal tombs had mortuary and sometimes valley temple associated with them, most of these are covered in our special section on temples and our temple list ), though the temples associated with pyramids are covered in the section on pyramids . Finally, we also have a list of other monuments not specific to pyramids, temples or tombs. For additional comprehensive information see Monuments in Egypt Abydos by Marie Parsons Abydos, or Abjdu, lies in the eight nome of Upper Egypt, about 300 miles south of Cairo, on the western side of the Nile and about 9.5 miles from the river. It spreads over 5 square miles and contains archaeological remains from all periods of ancient Egyptian history. It was significant in historical times as the main cult center of Osiris, the lord of the netherworld. At the mouth of the canyon at Abydos, which the Egyptians believed to be the entrance to the underworld, one of the tombs of the 1st dynasty kings was mistaken for the tomb of Osiris, a thousand years later, and pilgrims would leave offerings to the god for another thousand years. The area is thus now called Umm el Qaab, "Mother of Pots."
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Extractions: Student Activity 2 http://www.sdcoe.k12.ca.us/score/pyram/pyramsg2.html CyberGuide by Denise Daniels Hogan When you think of pyramids, do you think of the Great Pyramid of Khufu? It is probably the best know pyramid in the world. However, there are many other incredible pyramids in Egypt and other places in the world. You will have the chance to tour them on the Internet and see what makes the pyramids of Egypt unique. You will record your visits by making baseball style trading cards, but your subject will be a pyramid! With your teacher, please review your school's acceptable use policy for work on the Internet. Also, links to the web often change. Tell your teacher when you find a poor link in this guide. You will tour and read about several pyramids, as well as the Sphinx. After you have visited all of them, you will chose one that you are especially interested in. Take notes and sketch it, or print out the information on it. Use this information to make a baseball style trading card based on the pyramid of your choice. There will be an illustration on the front, and statistics on the back of the card.
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Extractions: Egypt One of the major destinations in Africa. In my opinion this country doesn't represent the "real" Africa: wide plains with wildlife, traditional villages etc. are rather found in countries further south. If you don't care about thousands of tourists around you and if you are more interested in historical sights than adventures beyond civilization, Egypt can definitely offer you very much. I've only visited Cairo and Alexandria (with my girlfriend in April 1997), so I will concentrate on these two cities. Alexandria Situated at the Mediterranean Sea, it has a very long and nice promenade (see picture) along the coast. At the beginning of April it was too cold to go swimming, but also in Summer time I would avoid untouristy beaches, because especially European females might get in trouble with conservative locals. The center of Alexandria is quite pleasant and it's easy to get oriented. The only major sight that I can remember was the Citadel of Qaitbay, an old fortress at the shore. Citadel of Qaitbay coastal promenade in Alexandria Caroline and me in the center of Alexandria tram Cairo A very large city with well over 10 million inhabitants, quite modern and safe enough for the average visitor. As the pyramids of Gizeh are situated at the outskirts of Cairo, you definitely should not miss to visit Cairo, when in Egypt. When you travel individually (like I did in Egypt with a friend), be careful! Comparing all the countries, I have been to so far, I experienced the nastiest tourist business in Egypt. For many Egyptians, a European tourist is often not more than a walking purse with a lot of money. In contrast to other countries, where people try to sell you things all the time and tell you higher prices (which is normal in many countries), I had contact to many locals in Cairo, who treated me in a very bad and annoying way, lacking any respect. Two examples: