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1 The Fighting Pharaohs By: AnnaBelle, Kyla, Mital, Jake, Mari, and Ashley

2 Cartographer Cartographers map out the tomb design. Cartographer decide where the tombs are placed and they need to be in a safe place. Safe places for the tombs are locations where no water can come in, with a result of flooding. Underground is usually a good spot to be buried. AnnaBelle

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5 Architect An architect builds and design tombs for Egyptian people. Also they design the outside of the tomb. They design the inside chambers and passageways, and a place for offerings. Architects make tombs stable. An architect builds and design tombs for Egyptian people. Also they design the outside of the tomb. They design the inside chambers and passageways, and a place for offerings. Architects make tombs stable. Kyla Mital

6 Tombs Underground tomb Underground tomb Rock Tomb Rock Tomb Step Pyramid Step Pyramid Masaba Masaba Normal Pyramid Normal Pyramid

7 Mrs. Amada’s Tomb Mrs. Amada want’s a normal pyramid made from limestone (on the small side) with smooth edges. She would like three chambers: a burial chamber, a chamber to hold her stuff and an offering chapel. Mrs. Amada want’s a normal pyramid made from limestone (on the small side) with smooth edges. She would like three chambers: a burial chamber, a chamber to hold her stuff and an offering chapel.

8 Archeologist An archeologist finds artifacts. An archeologist also finds tombs to help research. Archeologists study the objects inside the tombs. Jake

9 Archeologist An archeologist’s job is to go around the world looking for artifacts. Another thing the archeologist does is study the ancient artifacts inside the pyramids. A third thing the archeologist does is find tombs around the world and study them for research.

10 Mrs. Amada’s Tomb Mrs. Amada would like silver on her tomb. Mrs. Amada would like silver on her tomb. Mrs. Amada would like a plain anhk on her tomb. In Mrs. Amada’s tomb she would like photos of family and friends, The Book of the Dead, plants and clothes. In Mrs. Amada’s tomb she would also like a plain carving of an anhk and a plain carving of a cat.

11 Artist I find designs for the tomb. I paint the colors for the tomb. I put symbols on the tomb that represent the person’s life. I put hieroglyphics on their tomb. Hieroglyphics are a type of writing in Ancient Egypt. Mari

12 About My Job Mari An artist is a person who looks at different types of art. They also study why that person drew that piece of art. They also look for what the art means or what it tells us about the person life or culture. Artists also study tomb paintings. Another thing they do is study why that piece of art work is there. They also look for specific types of colors and patterns. An artist is a person who looks at different types of art. They also study why that person drew that piece of art. They also look for what the art means or what it tells us about the person life or culture. Artists also study tomb paintings. Another thing they do is study why that piece of art work is there. They also look for specific types of colors and patterns.

13 Mrs. Amada’s Tomb Mari Mrs. Amada would like her name printed in hieroglyphics on her tomb. She would also like some photos of her family and friends, a CD player and CD’s to listen to music, food so she can eat, art supplies so she can paint, and some plants. Mrs. Amada will also like an Anhk, and a Cat for a symbol on her tomb. The colors she would like on her tomb are deep purple, indigo, teal, and silver.

14 Embalmer Embalmer is a person who preserves the body and gets it ready for its funeral. They do that so they can live in the after life. The embalmers wrap the mummy up. They also remove the organs. Ashley

15 Steps To Embalming Ashley Step 1- remove the organs from the body then store the organs. Step 2- after 40 days check if the natron is gone. Step 3- if it’s dry wrap the person up with linen. Step 4- put organs in jars. Step 5- stuff the body with sand dust and chaff. Step 6- wrap the mummy in 20 layers of linen bandage. Step 7- Then place the mummy in a wooden coffin. Step 8- Place the wooden coffin in a sarcophagus and burry it.

16 Pictures Ashley

17 AnnaBelle’s Bibliography WEBSITS: Google, Clip Art BOOKS: Ancient Egypt, Voices of Ancient Egypt

18 Kyla and Mital’s Bibliography

19 Jake’s Bibliography Books: Mummies and Pyramids, and Ancient Egypt Websits:ewww.carnegie.org/online/egypt/dalilife. html, htmlwww.carnegie.org/online/egypt/dalilife. html

20 Mari’s Bibliography Books: Ancient Egypt- Shirley Jordan as author Websites: egyptian-art-tools.html on the Blue Bell destiny egyptian-art-tools.html egyptian-art-tools.html

21 Ashley’s Bibliography Books: You wouldn’t want to be an Egyptian Mummy Websites: I did not use any websites in the making of this progress.


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