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A journey to Ancient Egypt. Jessica terry and Igor. Where is egypt. Egypt is in Africa The RIVER NILE is the longest river in Egypt. Farming in ANCIENT EGYPT.

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A journey to ancient egypt

A journey to Ancient Egypt

Jessica terry and Igor


Where is egypt
Where is egypt

  • Egypt is in Africa

  • The RIVER NILE is the longest river in Egypt


Farming in ancient egypt
Farming in ANCIENT EGYPT

  • Farmers used a plough to make straight lines on the fields so they could plant seeds. They planted on the banks of the River Nile.


Mummification
mummification

Mummies 'were washed and embalmed

It took around seventy days to complete a mummy. After embalming and washing the mummy they wrapped the mummy with bandages.


Gods and goddesses
Gods and Goddesses

The Ancient Egyptians had Gods for lots of things. Some of the Gods were called Isis and Seth. There are over 2000 gods in Ancient Egypt


The petrie museum
THE PETRIE MUSEUM.

  • OAK TREE CLASS WENT TO THE PETRIE MUSEUM AND SAW SOME ARTIFACTS AND WE ALSO SAW SOME EGYPTIAN JEWELLRY


Fact s i have learned
Fact s I have learned

We have years . We have also learned that it took learned that Egyptians lived 10’000 seventy days to make a mummy

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