Ancient Egypt & Kush (Nubia) - .Ancient Egypt & Kush (Nubia) Geography and Ancient Egypt ....

download Ancient Egypt & Kush (Nubia) - .Ancient Egypt & Kush (Nubia) Geography and Ancient Egypt . Geography

of 29

  • date post

    15-Feb-2019
  • Category

    Documents

  • view

    263
  • download

    7

Embed Size (px)

Transcript of Ancient Egypt & Kush (Nubia) - .Ancient Egypt & Kush (Nubia) Geography and Ancient Egypt ....

Ancient Egypt & Kush (Nubia)

Geography and Ancient Egypt

Geography and Ancient Egypt

Wind Current

Delta

Cataract

Mediterranean Sea

Geography and Ancient Egypt

Menes united upper and lower Egypt

Egypts first Pharaoh Great House

started Egypts first Dynasty

The Old Kingdom

Early Egyptian Society

Social Hierarchy Pharaoh

Nobles (priests and govt officials)

Scribes and Craftspeople

Farmers, Servants, and Slaves

Mummification

Afterlife life after death;

focus of Egyptian Religion

Mummies help the ka find its body

Ka life spirit

The After Life

Pyramids

Pyramids Old Kingdom tombs

Pyramid Builders

Imhotep master architect

Djoser Step Pyramid

Snefru Red Pyramid (true pyramid)

Khufu Great Pyramid of Giza

Gods and Goddesses

Re (Rah or Amen-Re) sun god

Anubis

god of the dead and

mummification;

jackal headed

Gods and Goddesses

Osiris god of the underworld

Isis

goddess of magic

Horus

sky god; god of the pharaohs

The Middle and New Kingdoms

Middle Kingdom

Renaissance rebirth of Egypt

art and literature

Egypt conquers Kush

and gains wealth

Middle Kingdom

Hyksos iron weapons

chariots and high-powered bows

New Kingdom

Queen Hatshepsut mother of Thutmose III

ran things; expaned trade

wore a beard !!!

Thutmose III (Tutmosis) killed his mom ???

great conqueror

New Kingdom

Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV) monotheism; worshipped Aten

the sun disc

Tutankhamen (Tutankhaten) restored old religion

buried in the Valley

of the Kings

tomb found in 1922

by Howard Carter

New Kingdom

Ramses the Great ruled for 67 years, 100 children

greatest temple builder in Egyptian history

Egyptian Life and Culture

Work and Daily Life 80% of Egyptians

were poor farmers

Egyptian Achievements

Hieroglyphics picture symbol writing system

Papyrus paper; made from reeds

Rosetta Stone discovered in 1799

hieroglyphics and Greek

Writing

Architecture

Temples dedicated to

gods and

pharaohs

Sphinx largest single-stone

statue ever

Obelisk four-sided pillar that is pointed on top

Architecture

Art

Tomb Paintings Murals

Art

Carvings reliefs

Art

Jewelry & Decorations

Ancient Kush

Kush (Nubia) Kush (Nubia)

Nubia conquered Egypt, then Egypt conquered Nubia

known for their gold and jewlery

Piankhi King who conquered Egypt

Kush (Nubia) Trade Network

system of people in different lands

who trade goods back and forth

Exports goods sent for sale in other countries or regions

Imports goods brought in from other

countries or regions

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/27/Ezana2.jpg