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What effect did the Valley of the Kings have on Ancient Egypt? By: Allison and Alicia November, 2004
This slide show presentation will discuss the following three aspects: General information on tombs Tomb Raiders Economy
General Info on the Tombs Heavily Guarded Pharaohs The Valley of the Kings from a helicopter view.
General Info on the Tombs Paintings on walls Valuables King Tut being removed from his tomb.
Tomb Raiders Torture Punishments
Tomb Raiders What they Stole What they did to the tombs
Economy Builders People who Mummified Workers building a pyramid
Interesting facts The giant, granite coffin of Ramses 6 th lies on the floor of his burial chamber. Spells were written on the tomb walls The ancient temples were painted in bright colors
Skills we gained by doing this project Time management We found good internet sites Writing citations
~references~ websites 10-22-04 www.thebanmappingproject.comwww.thebanmappingproject.com 10-29-04 www.ajkids.comwww.ajkids.com 11/1/04www.salaiya.com/web_books/mum my/rest/pages/rest.htmlwww.salaiya.com/web_books/mum my/rest/pages/rest.html 11/1/04 members.tripod.com/~ib205/kv34.html
~references~ books ect. Alcraft, Rob Valley of the Kings Chicago: Heinemann Library, 1996 Geraldine Woods “The Wonders of the Pyramids” The Ancient World Austin: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston
KING TUT Ms. White-Bryant LCMS Art - 6th Grade King Tutankhamen (too-ten-common) was crowned when he was 8 or 9 years old and died when he was just 18.
Ancient Egypt Key Terms/People/Places/Events. Key Places and Terms Valley of the Kings: burial ground of the ancient Egyptian rulers Giza: site of the.
The Egyptians. Mummification The Egyptians believed in life after death and in order for the person to live after death their body needed to be preserved.
Pyramids, Temples, and Tombs. Intro Currently there are approximately 130 pyramids located in modern day Egypt Most were built as tombs for the great.
SOME FACTS ABOUT THE PYRAMIDS The Great Pyramid of Giza points very precisely to the north. The pyramids of Egypt are all built to the west of the.
ANCIENT EGYPTIAN PYRAMID. Pyramid: The ancient Egyptians built pyramids as tombs for the pharaohs and their queens. The pharaohs were buried in pyramids.
LESSON 14 THE PYRAMIDS. ENGINEERING Applying scientific knowledge for practical purposes. Ancient Egyptians made great progress in the field of engineering.
Egyptian Webquest 7th Grade World Cultures -Miss Stouffer.
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Ancient Egypt Kaitlyn!. Pyramids ♦The pyramids were built as tombs for the Pharaoh’s when they died. ♦The pyramids were made of limestone and just normal.
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Life in Ancient Egypt By Mrs. Lennox. Pyramids Fact One Fact Two Fact Three Tomb of Ankhnatentaten.
By Nathan and Erik. About 5000 years ago, a great civilisation [way of life] grew up in Egypt on the banks of the River Nile. It lasted for more than.
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All About Mummification By; Patrick and Nate November, 2004.
MUMMIES By Karolina and Hassan. Introduction Ancient Egyptians wrapped dead Pharaohs in linen in order to preserve their body. They believed once people.
Museum Entrance Welcome to the Lobby Room One Room Two Room Four Room Three Name of Museum Visit the Curator.
Aiden & Ariana. Step pyramids are big, but they’re not considered real pyramids.
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The Excavation of King Tut’s Tomb By Ruby Farrier.
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Home Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teachers Journey Through Egypt Introduction Task Process 1 Process 2 Process 3 Evaluation Conclusion.
Check Point #37 Number your paper 1-7 You’ll have 30 seconds for each slide.
Ancient Egypt Important Information about Pyramids.
Lets learn about Egyptian art! Most Egyptian art is found underground or in the pyramids. Why is it found there?
Chapter 4 Section 3 The Pyramid Builders. Egyptian Kingdom Periods Historians divide the history of ancient Egypt into the Old Kingdom, the Middle Kingdom,
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Chapter 4 Section 4 Egyptian Achievements. What are hieroglyphics? It is an ancient Egyptian system of writing. Egyptian hieroglyphics were.
Architecture Pyramids, Sphinx, Obelisks. Pyramids Ziggurats were the first type of Egyptian pyramids. They were made of mud bricks. The sides of these.
Who Was He? Born around 1341 BC Become king around age 8 Reigned for 9 years Died mysteriously at age 17 Became famous because his tomb was discovered.
Ancient Egyptian Facts By Ross and Alfie. Who was Tutankhamen? Tutankhamen was the pharaoh of Egypt between 1337 BC 1328 BC. He became Pharaoh at the.
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Egypt used to be two separate kingdoms, Lower Egypt & Upper Egypt. That all changed when the first Pharaoh, Narmer, united both kingdoms into one Egypt.
The excavation of the Tomb of Tutankhamun (c bc)
Checkpoint #25 Number your paper 1-7….Slide times will vary depending of type of question.
The Egyptian Pyramids of Giza By Davina. What is it? The pyramid is a shape with 4 sides sloping downwards with one sharp point on the top. The base is.
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BY Alex And MAX The Valley of the Kings was a great burial ground for the Pharaohs. After around 1500 B.C. the Pharaohs no longer built great pyramids.
King Tutankhamen Who was he? Why was the discovery of his tomb so important? Slide #1.
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