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Egyptian gods

Crash Course 4

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CRASH COURSE HISTORY RESPONSE FORM #___W2_______ TOPIC/TITLE: Ancient Egypt NAME: Casey Murphy LIST TWO NEW FACTS YOU LEARNED: a) In the first 3-4 minutes * Lasted from 3000 B.C.E. to 32 B.C.E., which is unusually long. *The Nile River flooded at exactly the right time every year, which made planting seeds in the very easy because it was so soft and the ground was very fertile. b) In the middle * 3 Kingdoms: The Old Kingdom, The Middle Kingdom, and The New Kingdom * Pyramids were and other monuments were built for kings. c) In the last 3-4 minutes *2 Forms of writing: Hieroglyphics and Demotic Script * King Tut was about 17 when he died and could have died from an infected broken leg and or malaria.

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The Nile RVC Egypt centered on the Nile - Longest river in the world at 4,180 miles. Food grown on its banks-wheat, barley, flax, cotton. July-Oct flooded. Left silt-fertile mud, irrigation used. Winds blow from the Mediterranean. Can use the current down stream, use winds to go upstream. 3800BC- emergence of Egyptians. Jewelry, pottery, used metals. Papyrus ? basis for word ?paper?. From the papyrus reed plant. Cut stem, spread, placed crossways then pounded, dried. 3000BC- Hieroglyphics ? Greek for ?sacred writing?. Some 600 signs. 1798-French invaded Egypt under Napoleon with scholars, surveyors, scientists. 1799-French officer finds the Rosetta Stone (named for part of the Nile delta)
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