Ancient Egypt

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Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt

"Pharoah" was the term used for the King of Egypt. The translation of "Pharoah" actually means "great house", but in the eighteenth dynasty, it became the widely used term for addressing the King of Egypt.

Interesting Facts

2550BC-Pyramids of Giza built30BC- Death of Queen Cleopatra VII130AD - Emperor Hadrian visits Egypt

Schools taught writing, reading, math, and sports as well as morals and manners. At the age of fourteen, sons of farmers or craftsmen joined their dads in their professions. Those children whose parents had higher status careers continued their education at special schools usually attached to temples or governmental centers.

Houses in Ancient Egypt were made out of mud bricks. Mud would be placed into moulds and left in the sun to make mud bricks, which were then used for building houses.




The Pyramids of Giza



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