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They started by farming next to the Nile river in about 500BC. The Pharaoh's were the some important people in all of ancient Egypt. Some of them were Ramses the second, Queen Hatsheput,And King tut. Ramses the second was learning how to fight when he was just ten years old. King Tut died nine years after taking the throne at age eighteen he married his half sister Anleheshamn.
Queen Hatsheput was married to Thutmose the second who died shortly after they married the throne was going to be left to his son Thutmose the third.But he was far to young to rule so she disgusted her self as a man and she became king. New kingdom is when Egypt reached full power and glory it only lasted from 1150 to 1050BC.Old Kingdom is when most of the people who lived in egypt where tomb builder and farmers it was from 2700BC to 2200BC.They started by farming, then hunting they slowly worked there way up to villages,citys,and towns.In 1200BC war broke out and it distroyed the southern part of ancient Egypt.
The ancient Egyptian civilization started around 500 BC in the area of Nile River Valley in the north eastern part of Africa. When they settled near the Mesopotamia Sea they started coming up with myths. The ancient Egyptians believed in many gods. Such as Re the god of the sun, god of the underworld Osiris, also Isis god of magic, last but not least Horus the god of two the sky and the Pharaohs. Probably the most important achievements the ancient Egyptians did was they invented writing. It first started as a bunch of pictures put together to make a story. The hieroglyphics started with the Egyptians about 3100 BC. They mostly made story's on walls of temples and tombs.
Ancient Egypt is located in the northern east of Africa it's divided by the red sea. Some of the ways they used natural resources, they grew wheat, barley and flax. They used these things for beer, bread and linen. They cultivated the land for the cattle they raised the beast of burden. Egyptian farmers grew wheat, fruit and veggies. The rivers had fish and water. They hunted wild ducks, they raised sheep. They where geographically lucky because they had the Nile river that pervaded water and fish. Today Egypt is located in northern Africa.