The Egyptian Daily Reporter

By Carter Cassola (Sunday Edition) 1500 B.C.E

Headline News!!!!!!

Reporters are now at the building site of the fully built "Great Pyramid." Our reporters interviewed some of the builders of the astonishing masterpiece. One of the workers Zachariah said: "building this thing was hard work, but it was worth it once we presented it as a gift to the gods." Another worker Zain says: "Yes I agree with Zachariah. It was really hard to build, but it was worth it in the end. Our reporters say that the exact number of stones was originally estimated at 2,300,000 stone blocks weighing from 2-30 tons each with some weighing as much as 70 tons. Calculations indicate 590,712 stone blocks were used in its construction. Its area covers 13.6 acres with each side greater than 5 acres in area.
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Tug-of-war Game In Cario

Wednesday, Dec. 16th, 3:45am

Cario Community Centere

Are you a fan of tug-of-war??!! If so, get over to the Cario Community Centre to watch the match. And also there are refreshments at the game. But hurry! tickets sell like hotcakes. They are on sale Monday-Friday. Hope you can come!!


The weather for today in Egypt is going to be tough. It is going to be 110 degrees Fahrenheit and the humidity is going to be 100%. But on Monday, it is going to be really nice: 75, and breezy. But Monday the weather is taking a turn for the worst. There is a flash flood warning. Fun Fact; The Average temperature in Egypt Is: 57 Degrees Fahrenheit, But now it is 110 Degrees. (It's all global warming's fault!) Also, a huge dust storm is predicted to hit southern Egypt. Billy Bob, a Meteorologist that made the discovery of the dust storm says: for all of you people out there who live in the desert, be extra careful because you are more prone to get more dust versus the other cities in Egypt like Cairo, and Thebes. (Pronounced: THE-BS) So WATCH OUT!!!!!!!!!"

Look in our next paper tomorrow and there will be a list of Dust Storm Precautions.

Carter Cassola- Chief Meterologist.

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If Interested call 378-6728 (Area code not needed)


Ful Mudammas (Broad Beans in Sauce)


  • 2 cans (15-ounce each) cooked fava beans
  • 6 cloves garlic, or to taste
  • 1 teaspoon salt, or to taste
  • 1 Tablespoon lemon juice, freshly squeezed
  • ¼ cup olive oil
  • 1½ Tablespoons parsley, minced
  • Garnish, such as radishes, hard-boiled eggs, chopped scallions, pita bread (toasted and cut into wedges)


  1. Press the garlic cloves through a garlic press into a medium bowl.
  2. Mash the garlic and salt together.
  3. Next, add the lemon juice, olive oil, and parsley to the garlic mixture and combine thoroughly.
  4. Drain the beans well, rinse, and put beans into a large pot over low heat.
  5. Add garlic mixture and stir with a wooden spoon to combine thoroughly.
  6. Serve warm with the garnishes arranged on a platter.
  7. Each person is served a plateful of Ful Mudammas and adds the garnishes of his or her choice.

Serves 4 to 6.

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Egyptian Rulers

Shadoff Sale!!!!!!!

Get a Shadoof today!! Get 2 Shadoof's For the price of One!!!!!!!

Just go to your Local Merchant, And you will get 2 Shadoof for the price of one. Get now While supplies last!!!!!!!!!!!!

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G: Ancient Egypt's Geography includes the very hot climate, and there are also two seasons: mild winter, and hot summer. The Egyptians also created a very smart way for irrigation: a Shadoof. A Shadoof is basically attaching a bucket to a flexible tree and then dipping the bucket into a source of water and then lifting the bucket out, then putting the water in a container.

R: Two of the gods the Egyptians worshiped are Isis, and Osiris. Isis watched over the children, while Osiris was the goddess of agriculture. The main way to bury people (that is if they can afford it!) is mummification. Mummification is basically applying spices and soap to the body, and then wrapping it with linen in multiple layers. Religion is was very important to the Ancient Egyptians. It is important to them because they believed that the gods made decisions for them.

A: Five achievements that the ancient Egyptians created are: a 365 day calendar, the Shadoof, A system of writing based on the number 10, medicines, and pyramids.

P: The leader in Egypt is not called a president, they are called Pharaohs. The Pharaoh is all powerful. So if he says something like "Drop and give me 20!" the person would have to obey. And if the Pharaoh dies, the son, or brother-in-law would take his place. that is called a "Dynasty".

E: Trade was crucial for Egyptian life. Some materials they traded for are: gold, linen, and grain. The following resources the Egyptians had to trade for with others include: metal, grain, and food.

S: To give an example on the social structure pyramid I will show a picture below.

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About the maker of this News Paper.

The Maker of this Newspaper is Carter Cassola. Carter Enjoys Playing the piano, Being outside, playing the violin, and hanging out with friends. Carter Is currently a 6th grader at Liberty Middle School. He also loves writing Newspapers!