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Rosetta Stone. Found in 1799; deciphered 1822Included writing in hieroglyphics, demotic script, and Greek. Egypt\'s Influence On Us Today. Another, less awkward written work tablet: . Papyrus. Toothpaste!. Fixings: lead, powdered rock, incense, and nectar (ca. 1500 BC). The Gift Of The Nile. A large portion of Egypt is a desert, however the Nile....
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Mesopotamia Egypt (3100-500 BC) In General Unification & Politics Absolutism & Pharaoh Ethics & Women\'s Status Pyramids & Religion Conc. Key Terms Nile River Papyrus Menes Pharaoh Osirus Isis Horus Ma\'at Imhotep Nomarchs Ancient World (cont.)

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Rosetta Stone Discovered in 1799; deciphered 1822 Included writing in hieroglyphics, demotic script, and Greek

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Egypt\'s Influence On Us Today Papyrus another, less awkward written work tablet: Toothpaste! Fixings: lead, powdered rock, incense, and nectar (ca. 1500 BC)

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The Gift Of The Nile Most of Egypt is a betray, yet the Nile... overflowed each year which added supplements to soil. made the land "decent;" 5-15 miles on either side of the River. made a trustworthy and effective transportation framework. As opposed to Mesopotamia\'s flimsiness, the Nile gave soundness and flourishing to Egypt.

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Unification Brings Prosperity Egypt was accepted to be initially bound together between 3100-2850 BC by… Menes He was otherwise called Narmer

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Political Unification & Prosperity From around 3000 BC to 30 BC Egypt = exceptionally prosperous Pyramid Building: the Old Kingdom (ca. 2700-2200 BC) Later, pharaohs shrouded tombs in caverns

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Royal Absolutism: Pharaoh\'s Power Pharaoh was a divine being on earth; no division of chapel and express—no composed law Smaller tombs were set close to pharaoh\'s tomb Taxes: around 20% of pay went to Pharaoh consequently, Pharaoh guaranteed there would be thriving (flooding of Nile) & no change Regional "governors" called Nomarchs served as pharaoh\'s agents at the nearby level Yul Brynner as Ramses II (Ten Commandments)

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Pharaoh & Religion/Mythology Osiris controlled over the kingdom of the dead. Initially a lord of fruitfulness, he was killed by his sibling. Osiris was restored by his significant other Isis who reassembled bits of his body. Horus was the child of Isis & Osiris. Pharaoh was the incarnation of Horus on earth. Horus

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Ethics: Pharaoh & Ma\'at Belief: universe was portrayed by confusion To stay away from tumult & keep up existing conditions, Pharaoh authorized Ma\'at (delineated moral conduct); this must be kept to guarantee thriving Examples: nourishing poor; insurance of dowagers & vagrants; treating others with consideration, and so forth

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Family Life & Women\'s Roles Divorce was uncommon Women = one of a kind position for Ancient World: Matrilineal drop & legacy Owned property, occupied with exchange, went in broad daylight Could sometimes got to be Pharaoh

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Djoser\'s Step Pyramid (ca. 2800-2700 BC) Designed by the specialist Imhotep who later settled a school of engineering

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Quick Video Clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mce0Hm7h3GY

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Statistics & the Great Pyramid Built around 2600 BC About 480 feet high and 750 feet long Built with 2.3 million limestone obstructs Each square weighed around 2.5 tons Each piece was hand-etched to fit set up flawlessly Built with a work drive of around 100,000 men laboring for a long time

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Three Feluccas Sailing The Nile (These pontoons are like those utilized years back)

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So, why assemble them?- - Religion Every body held a "ka" or twofold (soul?) that didn\'t bite the dust when the body kicked the bucket. One\'s "ka" survived all the more totally if the tissue was protected. Pyramids were tombs for Pharaoh\'s "ka" to permit it to be nourished, dressed, and so forth

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Hieroglyphics From Book Of The Dead

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Sphinx & Great Pyramid (Sphinx was cut from a characteristic feign ca. 2500 BC)

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Inside a Tomb Craftsmen making supplies Playing a table game A man granulating grain

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Video Clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K2T3fZDiSsw&feature=related

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Role/Function Of Laws/Religion

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Mesopotamia Egypt (3100-500 BC) In General Unification & Politics Absolutism & Pharaoh Ethics & Women\'s Status Pyramids & Religion Conc. Key Terms Nile River Papyrus Menes Pharaoh Osirus Isis Horus Ma\'at Imhotep Nomarchs Ancient World (cont.)

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