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Ancient Civilizations From the Paleolithic Era through Egyptian Art.

Ancient Civilizations From the Paleolithic Era through Egyptian Art Ancient Civilizations Art of the Old Stone Age – Paleolithic Period The oldest works of art that we will /of Persepolis date from around 515 BCE. It exemplifies the Achaemenid style of architecture. Aerial view of the Citadel of Persepolis Ancient Civilizations Ancient Egyptian Art The Ancient Egyptian civilization is generally dated from c. 3150 BCE Divided into periods Begins with Predynastic through the Greek period in 332 BCE when/


An Introduction & Overview

and Asia (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.) Section 1: Ancient Kingdoms of the Nile Section 2: Egyptian Civilization Section 3: City-States of Ancient Sumer Section 4: Invaders, Traders, and Empire Builders Section 5: The Roots of Judaism An Introduction & Overview Ancient Kingdoms of the Nile How did geography influence ancient Egypt? What were the main features and achievements of Egypt’s three kingdoms? How/


Ancient River Valley Civilizations

called? Between what 2 rivers did the Fertile Crescent appear? What type of writing did they use? Name one architectural accomplishment of the Sumerians. Sumerian Alphabet ANCIENT EGYPT Nile River Mummies Pharaohs Rameses King Tutankhamen Hieroglyphics Egyptian civilization Egyptian civilization arose a bit after Mesopotamia. Geography: It was centered around the Nile River. The Nile River Pyramids These are the Giza pyramids, the most famous/


Ancient Middle East and Egypt

Stone, Jean-François Champollion deciphered hieroglyphs in 1822. some more final exam questions… and now… some more final exam questions… Which is a characteristic shared by the Ancient Egyptian Civilization, Ancient Mesopotamian civilizations, Ancient Indus Valley Civilization, and Ancient Chinese Civilization? a) Anyone who wasn’t wealthy was a slave. b) Each had an organized religion. c) They used the same coins for money. d) They spoke the/


Ancient Egypt The Gift of the Nile. Ancient Egypt ∆ IntroductionIntroduction ∆ GeographyGeography ∆ UnificationUnification ∆ The Old KingdomThe Old Kingdom.

and Queen Hatshepsut Rise of the Middle Class – trade becomes the center of the economy. INTRODUCTION TO EGYPT "Misr" - Ancient name of Egypt Egypt was first settled about 5000 B.C. (7000 years ago) by nomads Egyptian Civilization developed because of the Nile River Egyptian Geography  located in the northeast corner of Africa  surrounded by natural barriers: desert mountains Mediterranean Sea PROVIDED PROTECTION The/


Foundations of Civilization. Scientist believe that humans first appeared over two million years ago. It is also suggested that the first humans were.

merchants followed by the biggest group, the peasant farmers. The lowest group were the slaves. Women had a higher status in Egyptian society than in any other ancient civilization…a woman could own property, conduct business transactions, and obtain a divorce. Contributions Egyptians made many advancements in science and art. Mummifications helped them understand the human body, which helped them diagnose illnesses and perform/


Chapter 2, Section Chapter 2 First Civilizations: Africa and Asia (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.) Copyright © 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice.

© 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ. All rights reserved. Chapter 2: First Civilizations: Africa and Asia (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.) Section 1: Ancient Kingdoms of the Nile Section 2: Egyptian Civilization Section 3: City-States of Ancient Sumer Section 4: Invaders, Traders, and Empire Builders Section 5: The Roots of Judaism World History: Connection to Today/


Chapter 2, Section Chapter 2 First Civilizations: Africa and Asia (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.) Copyright © 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice.

© 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ. All rights reserved. Chapter 2: First Civilizations: Africa and Asia (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.) Section 1: Ancient Kingdoms of the Nile Section 2: Egyptian Civilization Section 3: City-States of Ancient Sumer Section 4: Invaders, Traders, and Empire Builders Section 5: The Roots of Judaism World History: Connection to Today/


Ancient River Valley Civilizations. The common tie between all 4 early civilizations is how each rose independently in river valleys!

Life Great Sphinx at Giza What does the portrayal of the king as a lion suggest about the nature of kingship in ancient Egypt? Summary Question How is the Great sphinx at Giza an example of Civilization in Egypt???? Egyptian Civilization City—Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, New Kingdom City—Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, New Kingdom Religion- variety of belief systems and practices. Belief of/


LECTURE 1 Archaic Medicine. Medicine in the Ancient Eastern/Oriental Countries: Egypt, Mesopotamia Medicine in the Ancient Eastern/Oriental Countries:

Homer, Herodotus and Pliny the Elder. Until the medical papyruses were discovered during the last century, our knowledge of ancient Egyptian medicine came principally from the writings of Greek and Roman commentators such as Homer, Herodotus and Pliny the Elder. The/ refuse. The earliest culture in India of which we have archaeological evidence is centred in the Indus valley. This civilization, which flourished from about 2500 to 1500 B.C. has had an advanced system of public sanitation including public /


Chapter 2 – The First Civilizations 12,000 B.C. – 500 B.C. Pages 18 – 49.

of the Nile Early steps towards civilization –Hunter-gatherer peoples entered the Nile Valley around 12,000 B.C. –A Neolithic culture formed around 6,000 B.C. –By 3,000 B.C. hieroglyphics had been developed –Early Egyptians developed paper from Papyrus –The Rosetta Stone became the key to translating hieroglyphics Ancient Kingdoms of the Nile The Egyptian Kingdoms –Two distinct kingdoms developed/


9/22/10 Do Now What is a civilization? Why did ancient civilizations develop in river valleys?

land to grow their crops. The desert was called the ‘Red Land.’ The desert provided the ancient Egyptians with a source for precious metals and stones. Egypt had several natural barriers (e.g., desserts and rivers) that helped to protect it from invasion. River Valley Civilizations Independent Practice Directions: 1.Read the article 2.Respond to the question 3.Ask for help if/


3000 YEARS OF EGYPTIAN CIVILIZATION. KEMET Ancient Egyptians called their land "Kemet," which meant "black," after the black fertile soil left behind.

Heti EARLY DYNASTIC PERIOD Dynasties 1 & 2: ca. 3100-2700 bce  The culmination of the first stage of the Ancient Egyptian civilization that had begun centuries before during Prehistory  The goal was to gain stable, superior status in Mid-East  Establishment / the Sphinx were constructed in the fourth dynasty of Egypts Old Kingdom, arguably the first great civilization on earth. How did the ancient Egyptians move the massive stones from quarries both nearby and as far away as 500 miles? sMany Egyptologists/


Chapter 2 First Civilizations: Africa and Asia (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.) Copyright © 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle.

Kingdoms of Ancient Egypt 1 Egypt and Nubia For centuries, Egypt traded or fought with Nubia. During the New Kingdom, Egypt conquered Nubia. Nubians served in Egyptian armies and influenced Egyptian culture. Egyptian art from this period shows Nubian soldiers, musicians, or prisoners. When Egypt declined, Nubia conquered Egypt. Nubians did not see themselves as conquerors. They respected Egyptian traditions. 1 Section 2: Egyptian Civilization Egyptian Civilization How did/


Museum Entrance River Valley Civilizations Classical Civilizations Utopia Curator office Welcome to the Virtual Museum Of Ancient Civilizations.

keep records for anything from grain to taxes. Here’s an interesting fact: The Egyptians were the first people to keep records of bee population. “Ancient Egyptian Lives-3.” Homepage. N.D. Web. 15 Sept. 2011. Linked citation goes here In order to make progress as a civilization, the Egyptians had to create tools to help them accomplish tasks, such as the building of the/


Chapter 2, Section Chapter 2 First Civilizations: Africa and Asia (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.) Copyright © 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice.

© 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ. All rights reserved. Chapter 2: First Civilizations: Africa and Asia (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.) Section 1: Ancient Kingdoms of the Nile Section 2: Egyptian Civilization Section 3: City-States of Ancient Sumer Section 4: Invaders, Traders, and Empire Builders Section 5: The Roots of Judaism World History: Connection to Today/


Egyptian Civilization The Gift of the Nile. The NILE RIVER, the longest river in the world (6,650 kilometers), flows north from the heart of Africa.

of distant towns and villages, and dictated the rules and regulations related to the collection of taxes. The ancient Egyptians remained very conscious of SOCIAL STRATIFICATION, and barriers between the classes were quite rigid. Climbing the social ladder/to the ones that we use today. Sources Egyptian Civilization http://www.civilization.ca/civil/egypt/egcivile.html http://www.civilization.ca/civil/egypt/egcivile.html Ancient Egyptian Virtual Temple http://showcase.netins.net/web/ankh/ http://showcase.netins.net//


Jeopardy $100 River & Seas Social Hierarchy & Language Other Characteristics of a Civilization Religion & Food Gifts of the Nile $200 $300 $400 $500 $400.

? (Hint: They were pretty important.) Scribes Scribes 2 - $500 What do you call the picture writing ancient Egyptians used? What do you call the picture writing ancient Egyptians used? Hieroglyphics Hieroglyphics 3 - $100 Government Government This charactistic of a civilization involves leaders, taxes, laws, and punishments? This charactistic of a civilization involves leaders, taxes, laws, and punishments? 3 - $200 Scribes had a special job, one where/


Chapter 2, Section Chapter 2 First Civilizations: Africa and Asia (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.) Copyright © 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice.

© 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ. All rights reserved. Chapter 2: First Civilizations: Africa and Asia (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.) Section 1: Ancient Kingdoms of the Nile Section 2: Egyptian Civilization Section 3: City-States of Ancient Sumer Section 4: Invaders, Traders, and Empire Builders Section 5: The Roots of Judaism World History: Connection to Today/


Chapter 2, Section Chapter 2 First Civilizations: Africa and Asia (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.) Copyright © 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice.

© 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ. All rights reserved. Chapter 2: First Civilizations: Africa and Asia (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.) Section 1: Ancient Kingdoms of the Nile Section 2: Egyptian Civilization Section 3: City-States of Ancient Sumer Section 4: Invaders, Traders, and Empire Builders Section 5: The Roots of Judaism World History: Connection to Today/


Chapter 2, Section Chapter 2 First Civilizations: Africa and Asia (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.) Copyright © 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice.

© 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ. All rights reserved. Chapter 2: First Civilizations: Africa and Asia (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.) Section 1: Ancient Kingdoms of the Nile Section 2: Egyptian Civilization Section 3: City-States of Ancient Sumer Section 4: Invaders, Traders, and Empire Builders Section 5: The Roots of Judaism World History: Connection to Today/


Egyptian Civilization The Gift of the Nile. The NILE RIVER, the longest river in the world (6,650 kilometers), flows north from the heart of Africa.

of distant towns and villages, and dictated the rules and regulations related to the collection of taxes. The ancient Egyptians remained very conscious of SOCIAL STRATIFICATION, and barriers between the classes were quite rigid. Climbing the social ladder/to the ones that we use today. Sources Egyptian Civilization http://www.civilization.ca/civil/egypt/egcivile.html http://www.civilization.ca/civil/egypt/egcivile.html Ancient Egyptian Virtual Temple http://showcase.netins.net/web/ankh/ http://showcase.netins.net//


Egyptian Culture Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus Egyptian Religion

skirts or robes than peasants; wealthy men and women often wore gold jewelry. Art, Writing, and Science Ancient Egyptian civilization lasted more than 2,000 years and made many tremendous advances, particularly in art, literature and science. Very distinctive and easily distinguished from art of other ancient civilizations Paintings Detailed and colorful Stories of gods Pictures of daily life Most on walls of tombs, temples/


Ancient Egypt YOUR NAME AND YOUR PARTNERS NAMEWorld History 1. Title Slide (TOPIC) and group member’s names.

location  SS.912.W.13.10: Describe the key economic, cultural, and political characteristics of the major civilizations of Egypt.  1. Research the major contributions of Egyptians  2. Identify their characteristics:  economic-  cultural -  political- 2. Standards for your topic – (standards listed on Website under Review) Ancient Egypt Time Line  Archaic (Early Dynastic) Period (c. 3100-2686 B.C.) King Menes founded the capital/


Ancient Egypt The Gift of the Nile. A Joruney of the Nile ► F_6kI&feature=player_embedded#!

&sc= 5 http://www.worldbookonline.com/student/a rticle?id=ar175040&st=ancient+egypt&sc= 5 http://www.worldbookonline.com/student/a rticle?id=ar175040&st=ancient+egypt&sc= 5 Geography of Ancient Egypt Look at this map and notice where the cities in ancient Egypt were located. Ancient Egyptian civilization developed in the delta and valley regions of the Nile River, isolated and protected by vast/


Chapter One Foundations of Civilization Prehistory-3000 B.C.

slave. b)Each had an organized religion. c)They used the same coins for money. d)They spoke the same language. Which is a characteristic shared by the Ancient Egyptian Civilization, Ancient Mesopotamian civilizations, Ancient Indus Valley Civilization, and Ancient Chinese Civilization? a)Anyone who wasn’t wealthy was a slave. b)Each had an organized religion. c)They used the same coins for money. d)They spoke the/


Glimpse into Ancient Egypt. Table of Contents Class Systems------------------------------- Slide 3 Egyptian Religion-----------------------------Slide.

) Interconnectedness Between Egypt and Mesopotamia Similarities  Both the Egyptians and the Mesopotamian civilizations had a river/rivers around them.  Both civilizations also were accomplished in mathematics.  They had art //egypt/guide.htm Thinkquest. “Ancient Egyptian Government.” Ancient Egyptian Government. http://library.thinkquest.org/3011/egypt3.htm. July 22, 1996. Accessed December 12, 2008.Thinkquest. “Ancient Egyptian Government.” Ancient Egyptian Government. http://library.thinkquest.org/


First River Valley Civilizations Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Indus River Valley, and China.

) and Old Kingdom (2575- 2134) periods. The Nile River From old to new Civil war brought about First Intermediate Period (2134-2040) Middle Kingdom lasted from 2040-1640 BCE, after which the Hyksos conquered it. A century later, the New Kingdom (1532-1070 BCE) was established, during which the ancient Egyptians reached their peak, militarily conquering – especially under Ramses II (1304-1237 BCE/


Unit 2- African Civilizations Believe it or not, but Blacks started civilization.

THE KINGS IN THE OLD KINGDOM HAD DONE. NEW KINGDOM EGYPT EXPANDED ITS TERRITORY BEYOND THE NILE RIVER. EGYPTIAN KINGS BEGAN USING THE TITLE “PHAROAH”., which means “great house.” ANCIENT EYGPT BEGAN LIKE THIS OVER THE YEARS IT EXPANDED AND EVENTUALLY BECAME THIS IN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN CIVILIZATIONS MEN AND WOMEN HAD CERTAIN PRIVILEDGES EYGPTIAN MEN WERE ABLE TO TAKE ON ADDITIONAL WIVES IF THE FIRST/


Chapter 2 Lecture Outline: 4 early River Valley Civilizations Sumerian Civilization - Tigris & Euphrates Rivers (Mesopotamia) Egyptian Civilization -

society. Chapter 2 Lecture Outline: (See your Packet, p. 15) 4 early River Valley Civilizations PP Design of T. Loessin; Akins H.S. Sumerian Civilization - Tigris & Euphrates Rivers (Mesopotamia) Egyptian Civilization - Nile River Harappan Civilization - Indus River Ancient China - Huang He (Yellow) River Chapter 2 Lecture Outline: “The Four Early River Valley Civilizations” (See your Packet, p. 15b) Egypt on the Nile I. GEOGRAPHY Nile River A/


Egyptian Civilization The Gift of the Nile. The NILE RIVER, the longest river in the world (6,650 kilometers), flows north from the heart of Africa.

of distant towns and villages, and dictated the rules and regulations related to the collection of taxes. The ancient Egyptians remained very conscious of SOCIAL STRATIFICATION, and barriers between the classes were quite rigid. Climbing the social ladder/to the ones that we use today. Sources Egyptian Civilization http://www.civilization.ca/civil/egypt/egcivile.html http://www.civilization.ca/civil/egypt/egcivile.html Ancient Egyptian Virtual Temple http://showcase.netins.net/web/ankh/ http://showcase.netins.net//


Egypt The Timeless Civilization By: Taylor, Natalie, Julianna, Valencia and Jing.

his belongings and beloved things. Women Egypt treated its women better than any of the other major civilizations of the ancient world. The Egyptians believed that joy and happiness were legitimate goals and that regarded home and family. Egypt treated its women/ better than any of the other major civilizations of the ancient world. The Egyptians believed that joy and happiness were legitimate goals and that regarded home and family. In some societies/


Ancient Egypt Land of the Pharaohs Some Vocabulary Cataracts – strong rapids Delta – triangle shaped area of land made of soil deposited by a river Pharaoh.

sent out to other regions Imports –goods brought in from other regions Egypt was called the “GIFT OF THE NILE.” Geography played a key role in the development of the Egyptian civilization. Ancient Egypt: Geography Egypt is known as “The Gift of the Nile” The Nile River is the longest river in the world and dominated the/


EGYPTIAN MYTHOLOGY. Essential Standard 6.C.1 Explain how the behaviors and practices of individuals and groups influenced societies, civilizations and.

the year They would take the extra wheat and either store it for later or trade it with other civilizations Ancient City of Heliopolis Heliopolis was the Ancient city of the Kings Known as the City of the Sun It is located near what is today the / Shu is the son of Atum Tefnut goddess of Moisture Atum coughed once more and spat out Tefnut the goddess of Moisture Ancient Egyptians worshiped her for she would bring the rains for their crops Tefnut is portrayed sometimes as having a lioness head and sometimes/


The Ancient Hebrews and Their Legacy. The Kingdoms of Israel & Judah.

sparked the invasions, which brought an end to the Empire of the Hittites The Egyptians overcame numerous invasions from the Sea Peoples; but resistance to them depleted the resources of the pharaohs by 1100 and Egypt fell into civil war Invasions of the Sea Peoples c. 1200 BCE The Ancient Greeks Dark Age: 1200-800 BCE Archaic Age: 800-500 Classical Age: 500/


Holt McDougal, Ancient Egypt Notes Sections 1-5. Holt McDougal, Ancient Egypt Section 1 Notes Geography and Ancient Egypt.

made beautiful jewelry out of gold and precious stones. Holt McDougal, CFU List 5 Egyptian achievements. Describe what the inside of an Egyptian tomb looks like. Holt McDougal, Ancient Kush The Big Idea The kingdom of Kush, which arose south of Egypt in a land called Nubia, developed an advanced civilization with a large trading network. Main Ideas The geography of early Nubia helped/


Ancient Egypt introduction. Ancient Egypt What Do I Need To Know? Chapter Objectives: 1. Explain the impact of geography in Egypt. 2. How did Egyptian.

.ancient-egypt-online.com/images/map-of-nile-river-thumbnail.jpg http://members.tripod.com/~ancient_egypt/nile4.JPG Geography Nile River Multiple Crops Desert Geography Nile River Transportation Flows North Wind blows South River floods regularly Fertilizes soil Others Natural limestone provides building material Desert Natural barrier Both desert and Nile River are what make Egypt so unique The development of Egyptian civilization/


ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS THE RIVER VALLEYS Areas to focus on when comparing civilizations. Political: Who controls what? What type of government is there?

Crescent appear? Social:What type of writing did they use? ANCIENT EGYPT Look at the map and answer the following question: What did Herodotus mean when he said that Egypt is the “gift of the Nile?” Because of the geography of the area, without the Nile River, there would be no Egypt. Egyptian civilization Egyptian civilization arose a bit after Mesopotamia. Geography: It was centered/


Nile Civilizations Section 1 “History is more or less bunk.” - Henry Ford Rats multiply so quickly that in 18 months, two rats could have over one million.

wore longer skirts or robes than peasants; wealthy men and women often wore gold jewelry. Nile Civilizations Section 1 Ancient Egyptian civilization lasted more than 2,000 years and made many tremendous advances, particularly in art, literature and science. Very distinctive and easily distinguished from art of other ancient civilizations Paintings –Detailed and colorful –Stories of gods –Pictures of daily life –Most on walls of tombs/


EGYPTOLOGY EGYPTIAN MATHEMATICS MOKHTAR ELNOMROSSY.

MATHEMATICS MOKHTAR ELNOMROSSY Egyptology Egyptian Mathematics Timeline of Ancient Egyptian Civilization Egyptian Numerals Egyptian Arithmetic Egyptian Algebra Egyptian Geometry Timeline of Ancient Egyptian Civilization Egyptian Mathematics Timeline of Ancient Egyptian Civilization Early Human Homo [houmou] : man, sapien [sæpiən]: wise. Homo sapiens sapiens stands for wise, wise man. Timeline of Ancient Egyptian Civilization Prehistoric Era Lower Paleolithic Age 200000 – 90000 B.C. Middle Paleolithic/


ANCIENT EGYPT and NUBIA Ch. 4 Sect. I

ruled by the Nubians of Kush. The Kushites later establish an Egyptian-style kingdom of their own farther south. Ancient Nubia Kush, the Egyptian name for ancient Nubia, was the site of a highly advanced, ancient black African civilization that rivaled ancient Egypt in wealth, power and cultural development. The Egyptian and Nubian Empires SECTION 1 The Egyptian and Nubian Empires Nomadic Invaders Rule Egypt Invaders • About 1640 B/


AKS 30: Ancient Mesopotamia & Ancient Egypt

farming & work of artisans Examples: Ox-drawn plows Irrigation systems Potter’s wheel Invention of bronze 30b Explain how geographic features and cultural diffusion affected the development of ancient Mesopotamia and ancient Egyptian River Valley civilizations WARM-UP: Geographic Features Mesopotamia – The Fertile Crescent Curved shape of land including lands facing Mediterranean Sea & plain between Tigris & Euphrates Rivers Geographic Features Mesopotamia – The Fertile Crescent/


Aim: Does Ancient Egypt Deserve to be Called a Classical Civilization?

canals and the building of temples. B) Egyptian women enjoyed more freedom and rights than in most other ancient civilizations. They could buy and sell property, divorce, and work in most professions. Nefertiti was Pharaoh of Egypt in the New Kingdom. She was considered to be the most beautiful woman in the world. IV Ancient Egyptian Religion A) Ancient Egyptian religion was polytheistic. - Pharaoh Amenhotep in the/


The First River Valley Civilizations, 3500 – 1500 B.C.E. Civilization 1. Cities 2. Government 3. Artisan, craftsmen 4. Social Structure 5. Writing 6. Trade.

inhabitable desert of mountains, rocks, and dunes. 4. The ancient Egyptians referred to life-sustaining dark soil as the “Black Land” and the deadly outlying desert as the “Red Land” 4. The ancient Egyptians referred to life-sustaining dark soil as the “Black Land”/harvest. 2. Unlike in Mesopotamia, the river rose on schedule every year, ensuring a bounteous harvest. III. The Indus Valley Civilization A. Material Culture A. Material Culture 1. The Indus Valley civ. flourished from appx. 2600 to 1900 B.C.E. /


Ancient Egypt Egyptian Mythology. Essential Standard 6.C.1Explain how the behaviors and practices of individuals and groups influenced societies, civilizations.

Ancient Egypt Egyptian Mythology Essential Standard 6.C.1Explain how the behaviors and practices of individuals and groups influenced societies, civilizations and regions. 6.G.1Understand geographic factors that influenced the emergence, expansion and decline of civilizations, societies and regions (i.e. Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas) over time. Clarifying Objective 6.C.1.2 Explain how religion transformed various societies, civilizations/the goddess of Moisture Ancient Egyptians worshiped her for /


By: room 115 4 th /5 th Grade.  Welcome to our presentation on the civilization of ancient Egypt. We hope you enjoy our show and learn a few things about.

two sides.  The Mediterranean Sea is between Europe, Africa and southwestern Asia. For centuries it was the center of western civilization. It’s name means “ middle of the world”. By, Aaron Brooks, Ashley Anderson, Zechariah Womack, Nora Thomas, Christian Contreras  Ancient Egyptian literature rose and grew in the bosom of religious beliefs, but it quickly evolved to deal with man’s ordinary day/


Ancient and Egyptian Architecture

Mortuary Temples Middle Kingdom Mortuary Temples New Kingdom Mortuary Temples Egyptian Civil Architecture Egyptian Civilization Egypt and Mesopotamia are the earliest known recorded civilizations Nile River was the driving force for ancient Egypt Egyptians were obsessed with the afterlife and the dead These /beliefs had a great impact on the culture and its architecture Egyptian Civilization Ancient Egyptian Periods: Old Kingdom (c. 3200 – 2158 B.C.) Middle Kingdom (c. 2134 –/


Mesopotamia, Egypt and the Indus River Valley

) and Old Kingdom (2575-2134) periods. The Nile River From old to new Civil war brought about First Intermediate Period (2134-2040) Middle Kingdom lasted from 2040-1640 BCE, after which the Hyksos conquered it. A century later, the New Kingdom (1532-1070 BCE) was established, during which the ancient Egyptians reached their peak, militarily conquering – especially under Ramses II (1304-1237 BCE/


While homo sapiens-humans-have been around for a couple hundred thousand years, for most of their history they were not considered “civilized.” Humans.

of dust that were nearly forgotten. However, archaeologists later viewed the mounds as clues about locations of past civilizations. When archaeologists dug, they found the baked clay tablets that recorded what we now know of this civilization. Then, of course, the ancient Egyptian culture also had… The ancient Egyptians believed that when someone died, their soul left their body. The soul would then return and be/


World History: Connections to Today First Civilizations: Africa and Asia (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.) Chapter 2.

prisoners. ► When Egypt declined, Nubia conquered Egypt. ► Nubians did not see themselves as conquerors. They respected Egyptian traditions. Discuss: ► How did geography influence ancient Egypt? ► What were the main features and achievements of Egypt’s three kingdoms? ► How did trade and warfare affect Egypt and Nubia? Egyptian Civilization: Egyptian Religious Beliefs Belief that many gods and goddesses ruled the world and the afterlife. ► Amon-Re/


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