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Ancient Egypt. By Jesse Barber. Temples. They made the temples out of stone. There are six parts to the temple: The pylan , the courtyard, the hypostyle hall, the second hall, the sanctuary and the sacred lake. pharoahs. Cleopatra is the most famous women pharoah and that was in 51BC.

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ancient egypt

Ancient Egypt

By Jesse Barber

temples
Temples
  • They made the temples out of stone.
  • There are six parts to the temple:
  • The pylan, the courtyard, the hypostyle hall, the second hall, the sanctuary and the sacred lake.
pharoahs
pharoahs
  • Cleopatra is the most famous women pharoah and that was in 51BC.
  • Tutankhaman is the most famous pharoah because of his treasure in the valley of the kings.
  • Menes also known as narmer was the first ever pharoah.
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ARt
  • The egyptian art is 5000 years old.
  • The egyptians did art to keep history alive.
  • The types of art they did was sculptures or paintings.
  • Black paint was made from charcoal.
  • White was from huntite, calcium carbonate or calcium sulphate.
  • Yellow from ochre.
  • Red from heated ochre.
  • Blue from azurite (copper carbonate)
  • Green from malachite.
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ART
  • Much time was needed to grind a very hard mineral such as malachite to an extremely fine powder, like dust before it mixed with a gum taken from plants or animal hides, then diluted with water. Egyptian artists knew how to mix two pigments together to create another colour (Red+White=pink) but they also understood the idea of a wash of one colour over a wash of another to create subtle effects.
gods and godesses
Gods and godesses
  • These are some gods and godesses: Anubis, Khnum, Ra-Horakhty, Horus, Bes, Khepri, Nephthysand many more.
  • Anubis was the god of embalming and also god of the dead. Since Jackals were seen in cemeteries, the ancient egyptians believed that Anubis watched over the dead.
  • Khnum was a creator god, and a god of innundation.
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Gods and godesses
  • Ra-Horakhty was a combination of the gods Horus and Ra. Horus was a god of the sky and Ra was the god of the sun. Ra-Horakhty was thought of the god of the rising sun.
  • Bes was the protector of pregnant women, newborn babies and the family. The ancient egyptians also believed that Bes protected them against snake and scorpian bites.