Ancient Egypt Project
How did the Nile River affect the lives of the Egyptians?
The Nile was a source of life for the Egyptians. The water allowed for animals to be drink and all plants to grow. The water was a life saver for the people. The Nile's rapids protected the people from other people that did not live in that area.
The main affect of the Nile was that it allowed the people a way to make money. This way was agriculture.The Nile's water served as a watering tool for their crops,a bath and washing area,and to feed the animals.
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The bottom map is the modern countries of Egypt.
How did social class affect people in Ancient Egypt?
How did advantages in agriculture methods affect the lives of early Egyptians?
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Invention of the calendar
Invention of the pyramids and Sphinx at Giza
Sphinx is a life form of a pharaoh as a human headed line that wears a headdress of the pharaohs. The pyramids were designed to the be tomb of pharaohs and their queens. Each pyramid had different shapes and sizes.
Hieroglyphs are characters in a form of writing. The symbols represent objects. Hieroglyphics now are known as a system of writing.
Papyrus comes from the word paper. The Egyptian word mean which belongs to the house. Papyrus is part of a plant that comes from the Nile River. The plant would be soaked for many days and then dried and pressed under a heavy rock. This cause the papyrus to become flat and then it could be used for writing.