Archie Euber Period 6

Egypt, One in a Millennium

The Great Nile

The Nile River is the center of life for the great Egyptian empire. Both the land near the river and the river delta are extremely fertile. Around the Great Nile you will find many successful farms and farmers. This river is guarding us and influencing our technology. As a direct result, the Egyptian empire has become rich and powerful. Only in Egypt.

The Great Nile

The Amazing Sphinx

The massive monument that Egypt is known for, The Sphinx. The Sphinx was made by Pharaoh Khafre. It is a creature with a human head and the body of a lion. This massive Egyptian monument is 240 feet long by 60 feet wide by 70 feet tall. It also is made out of limestone and it faces east towards the rising sun. This is strictly Egyptian.

The Amazing Sphinx

Our Food

We have an overall healthy and well balanced diet. The foods we eat range from fruits to veggies to grains. Our signature foods are onions, fish and bread with some grapes, milk and wine. We also care about cleanliness. We wash our hands before a meal. The families also share the food on a big platter. Best of Egypt.

Egypt Travel Facts

  1. What the Pharaoh says goes.
  2. Women have rights but slightly different roles in Egypt.
  3. Egypt is protected very well by a desert on one side and a river on the other.
  4. We have a very strong army.
  5. We also have a navy.
  6. As if that isn't enough we also offer a good court system!

Travel Map

Mark your adventures and keep them with you forever.

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Sources

www.rosenlearningcenter.com//article/691/ancient-egyptian-government. www.rosenlearningcenter.com/article/688/ancient-egyptian-daily-life.

Credits:

Created with images by sciencefreak - "star night sky pyramids" • Jorge Lascar - "Pyramid of Cheops behind Chephren" • D-Stanley - "Sphinx" • Arch_Sam - "Giza Pyramids & Sphinx - Egypt" • Jorge Lascar - "Obelisk of Thutmose I- The smallest of the two remaining obelisks. Each face has three lines of inscriptions" • Jorge Lascar - "The Courtyard of the Cachette where the French archaeologist G. Legrain discovered 20,000 statues" • Arian Zwegers - "Palmyra, tetrapylon" • Jorge Lascar - "The 14 columns of the The Colonnade of Amenhotep III - Luxor Temple" • motazabdelazeem صور من السودان - "river Nile" • Simon - "egypt sphinx egyptians" • Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the BPL - "Egyptian Empire, B.C. 1450"

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