Egypt Culture

Patrick and Michael

Culture Introduction

Culture is the activities that take place within a group of people. It also is the beliefs, arts and customs that are shared. Culture is a thing that is here to make everyone unique and different. It gives everyone something to celebrate. One part of culture is religion. Religion controlled and determined most of Egypt’s daily life. Another part of culture is writing. Writing in Egypt changed the way business dealings were done and history was kept. Architecture, the next part of culture, impacted the study of mathematics, science, and engineering in Egypt. Innovations were a part of culture that allowed for the creation of specialization and a wider gap between social classes. Finally, the last part of Egypt’s culture were achievements. Achievements paved the way for more complex economic and military systems. The culture developments during the River Valley civilizations made the largest impact on the people.

Egypt Photo Gallery

Egypt Religion Go Animate

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Egypt Writing Fact Sheet

Michael Grullon



Statement: writing helped advance civilizations

Example #1: Knowing how to write could mean that scribes could keep track of important documents.

Example #2:

Having a way to write means there could be an expanding in the social class to have a better civilization.

Example #3: Scribes could have been used to chart down things about the goods. Also they could teach how to write to other people.



Egypt Architecture Fact Sheet


The culture developments during the River Valley civilizations made the largest impact on the people.

  • Egypt had many sculptures. They were mostly used for protecting and scaring away things like thieves. The Great Sphinx is an example of a famous sculpture in Egypt.



  • Many temples were built in Ancient Egypt. These were used for religious ceremonies. Some people went to the temples weekly. Ancient Egyptian temples had priests work in them.


  • Stone bricks were used for building pyramids. These bricks weighed about 2 tons to 15 tons. Ancient Egyptians used stone bricks so that the pyramids lasted forever.




Egypt Innovations Google Drawing

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Egypt Achievments Go Animate

Ancient Egypt Achievments

Egypt Culture Conclusion

Egypt's culture affected the many people in this civilization. Religion controlled and determined the daily life of the Egyptians. Innovations allowed for the creation of specialization and a wider gap between social classes in Ancient Egypt. Architecture impacted the study of mathematics, science, and engineering in Egypt. Writing in Ancient Egypt changed the way business dealings were done and history was kept. Finally, achievements in Egypt paved the way for more complex economic and military systems. In conclusion, the Egyptian’s culture gave them an opportunity to remember the achievements and architecture that they made.