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Giattino - U 1-2 AE

ANcient Egypt

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Egypt people settled along the Nile river.
Silt Yearly floods soaked the land the kept the agriculture areas fertile
Polytheistic The Egyptians also believed in a host of other gods
mummification prepared their dead for the afterlife through a preservation process
Pharaoh. The Egyptian Ruler. The Egyptians believed that he was both a God and a King
Dynasties. After the death of a Pharaoh, power usually passed to another member of the family
Social Structure 1. The Pharaoh held the highest social position 2. Priests were next as they serves the gods and goddesses 3. Nobles – they fought the Pharaoh’s wars 4. Craftsmen and merchants 5. Peasant famers – largest group 6. Slaves
Contributions of the Egyptians 1. Advances in math and science. 2. Learned about human body, allowing them to diagnose many illnesses and perform surgery 3. Hieroglyphics 4. pyramids .
Created by: JImmyjet81