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Archaeology of Egypt Group: The New Kingdom. Group members: Linda, Annette, Gene, and William. 1.Understanding Egypt with Archaeological Finds of  Ancient Egypt. The Rosetta Stone. Rosetta Stone. - stone with writing on it - two languages  - three types of writing - carved in 196 B.C.

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Archaeology of egypt group the new kingdom

Archaeology of EgyptGroup: The New Kingdom

Group members: Linda, Annette, Gene, and William


Archaeology of egypt group the new kingdom

1.Understanding Egypt with Archaeological Finds of 

Ancient Egypt


The rosetta stone

The Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone

- stone with writing on it

- two languages 

- three types of writing

- carved in 196 B.C.

- found in 1799 at Rosetta

- located in British Museum

Credits to:jbparker


Archaeology of egypt group the new kingdom

King Tutankhamun's (Tut's) Tomb

King Tut's Tomb

- undiscovered for 3,000 years

- in Valley of the Kings

- small compared to others

Credits to:MizieB


Archaeology of egypt group the new kingdom

Great Pyramid of Giza

Pyramid of Giza

- one of the biggest pyramids in the world

- 450 feet high

- 756 feet long

- in Giza, Egypt

Credits to: Emily Whale


2 history and archaeology of ancient egypt that benefit modern societies

2. History and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt that Benefit Modern Societies


Sphinxes

Sphinxes

Sphinx of Hatshepsut

- believed to protect Egypt

- Sphinx of Hatshepsut

- next to Pyramid of Giza

Credits to: dmalantic


Obelisk

Obelisk in Karnak temple

Obelisk

- monuments

- written in hieroglyphics

Credits to: cheesy42


Papyrus

Papyrus

Papyrus

- thick paper-like 

material

- made by pith of 

papyrus plant

Credits to: Ian W Scott


Hieroglyphics

Hieroglyphics

Hieroglyphics on the wall in a Egyptian temple

- Egyptian writing 

system

- one of the world's 

first

writing systems

Credits to: Jamie Jermain


Jewelry

Jewelry

Eye of Horus

- famous for amulets

- meant to protect the owner from evil khefts

- popular one is the Eye of Horus.

- another popular one is the head of Isis.

Credits to: suzuran2008


Paintings

Paintings

Ancient Egyptian wall

- everywhere in Egypt

- in pharaoh's temple

- in pharaoh's tomb

Credits to:ggnyc


Pyramids

Pyramids

Pyramid of Giza

- gigantic monument

- pharaohs buried inside

- famous one is Pyramid of Giza

Credits to:dustinkeirstead


Archaeology of egypt group the new kingdom

3. We have a lot of things left from 

Ancient Egypt...


Archaeology of egypt group the new kingdom

Egyptian Entertainment

playing instruments

- music for Pharaoh

- hunt hippos with professionals

As found:here


Archaeology of egypt group the new kingdom

Amulets

Ankh

- bring protection

- believed to bring

good luck

Credits to:pjen


Archaeology of egypt group the new kingdom

Physical Appearances

Perfume and Cosmetics

- cosmetics

- perfume

- body oil

As found: here


Bibliography

Bibliography

1. Irvin, Dr. Judith. The Ancient World. Florida: Holt McDougal, 

July 2001.

2. Tyldesley, Joyce. Egypt. New York: Weldon Owen Inc., 2007.

3. Dr. Stanley M. Burstein and Dr. Richard Shek. Ancient Civilizations Through the Renaissance. Florida: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company, 2012.

4. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 2000-2011 12/11/11 <http://www.metmuseum.org/>.

5. Kettering University. 2011 Kettering University. 12/11/11 <http://www.kettering.edu/>.


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