EGYPTIAN Workmanship 3000 B.C.- 1000 B.C..


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EGYPTIAN Craftsmanship 3000 B.C.- 1000 B.C. Cultivating groups shaped along the Nile amid the Neolithic period - before 7000 B.C. From around 3000 B.C., Egypt was ruled by Pharaohs (lords). Specialists worked for the state and its rulers. They needed to work under strict standards and
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EGYPTIAN ART 3000 B.C.- 1000 B.C.

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Farming groups framed along the Nile amid the Neolithic period - before 7000 B.C. From more or less 3000 B.C., Egypt was ruled by Pharaohs (rulers). Specialists worked for the state and its rulers. They needed to work under strict standards and rules with respect to what sort of workmanship they could make.

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Egyptian workmanship is said to be immortal. For about 3,000 years craftsmen utilized a large number of the same imaginative guidelines made by ministers. In divider models and artistic creations, figures are indicated in an unnatural way. We have taken in an extraordinary arrangement about ordinary Egyptian life from the compositions and curios that have been found in tombs.

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Vocabulary words: Pharaoh: King of Egypt (thought to be a God) - implies “Great house who shields all his people.” Book of the Dead: To help the dead on their adventure to existence in the wake of death. Contained around 200 spells.

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Ka: The imperceptible soul of a dead individual that goes to existence in the wake of death. It is kept “alive” by grave offerings from the living. Hieroglyphics: Egyptian composing – made up of pictograms. Cartouche: An oval or oval edge that circles a ruler’s name.

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Papyrus: Early type of paper produced using the papyrus plant. Strips were set together, then beaten level. Tomb wall paintings: Paintings of a person’s life in his/her tomb. Straight picture plane: All the structures are in line. No foundation or frontal area.

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Horror vacui: Fear of vacant spaces. Craftsmanship swarmed with figures. Various leveled scale: Art demonstrating more critical figures bigger than less essential figures. Recorder: A man who composed on papyrus or cut into dividers. Like a secretary, performed any composition obligations.

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Web Links Main Map of Ancient Egypt http://emuseum.mnsu.edu/ancient times/egypt/maps/mainmap.html Ancient Egyptian Culture http://emuseum.mnsu.edu/ancient times/egypt/prehistoric studies/index.html Alabaster Canopic Jar Lids http://members.aol.com/egyptold/jar.html MyStudios - Egyptian Art http://www.mystudios.com/workmanship/old/egyptian/egyptian.html .:tsli

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