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The Life And Times Of Ancient Egypt

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          THE LIFE AND TIMES OF ANCIENT EGYPT

  BY

GIUSEPPE C.

AND

NICKLAUS P. 

          In ancient egypt, some people make houses out of mud brick material. They grow some of their own food and traded in the villages for food and goods they couldnt produce.  Egyptians worked as field -hand farmers, crafts men and scribes.  A small group of people were nobles, these different groups of people  make up the population of Egypt.  Sometimes farmers write scriptures in pyramids and it is called "HIEROGLYPHICS"   They don't write in words they draw pictures.

 

          Pharoahs are people in Egypt that are respected.  People in Egypt think Pharoahs are gods on earth, and they think Pharoahs only go to after life. And when he dies, their organs are taken out, then put  to dry. Then they are filled with perfumes and put in a linen cloth. They put them in tombs in the pyramids.  When the pharoahs tell the farmers to build pyramids they have to find blocks and make a solid pyramid, in the pyramids there are small halls and rooms.

 

          

Comments (1)

Mrs. Olsen said

at 7:41 pm on Oct 4, 2008

Hi Giuseppe & Nicklaus!

I'm glad to see that you started working on the wiki. A few things...you'll notice that I changed your names to show last initial only. We will only use last initials on the wiki. Which group are you in? You should be editing your team page. Remember, your team was assigned a specific topic. You should only be writing about that topic.

We will be working on this project in school this week. I'm sure Ms. Paduano and I will be able to answer any questions you may have or help clear up any confusion.

Once again, glad to see you get started!

Have a great weekend.

Mrs. Olsen

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