You are about to learn about Ancient Egypt. Also, about other people lived their life in Egypt. About their life cycle, their food, sports, school, mummies and a lot more. I hope you like it!
Whatever job your father has most likely you will have the same job as your father. You would have the same job because he would pass it on to you. If you had an art job, you would be most definitely be appreciated. You could also have a job with farming.
Artists usually drew, painted or shaped people more than anything else. Men were usually drawn with dark colors! The ladies were drawn with brighter colors than men! If you were an artist the Egyptians would appreciate you for the art you have created. This is a picture of a buried city that the Egyptians created.
The pyramids were made to protect the diseased pharaoh (Also known as king). Although the pyramids were not strong enough to protect the king. The pyramids of Giza are the most popular pyramids in the time period now. They also held all of the mummies in the pyramids.
They ate fish, pigs, antelope, deer, sheep, goats, peas, beans, and onions. There were also turnips, peppers, leeks, lettuce, cucumbers, grapes, watermelon, pomegranates, pumpkins, plums, olives, almonds and Egyptians drank milk, water, wine, beer.
The Egyptian girls can get married when they are at least 12 years old. The boys can get married when they are at least 15 years old. Egyptians wore a lot of makeup. Men even wore makeup. Egypt is located in the northeast corner of Africa. There are 95% of people who lived in Egypt lived in Nile Valley.
In Egypt the most popular sport was soccer. Egyptians also did tennis, wrestling, gymnastics, hockey, archery, football, swimming and boxing. Most of the sports we play today were played by the Egyptians.
In Egypt you start school when you are about 5 or 6 years old. Some Egyptians don’t attend in school. You usually have to attend school for at least 9 years.
Now you have learned how Egyptians lived their life, and I hope it answered your questions. A lot of Egyptian things can be very fascinating. Thank you for checking out my page. I hope you enjoyed! Thank you!
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