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Egypt tour guide

Egypt Tour Guide

By: Felix , Audrey, Lauren, Nathaniel


Afln inc

Do you want to travel back in time to Egypt? Well, you’re in luck! AFLN Inc. is giving you a once-in-a-lifetime chance to travel to Ancient Egypt for only $9,999,999,999,999.99 (plus tax and shipping and handling). Give us your money and we will give you this amazing offer. Also, give us your address so we can pick you up. Don’t forget about our great offers for Greece and Rome!!


  • Made of 3 symbols: alphabetic signs, symbolic signs and determinative signs

  • Read from left to right, right to left or top to bottom

  • Rosetta stone was a stone that had hieroglyphics, demotic and Greek

  • Rosetta stone was buried in the army

  • In 2003, Rosetta stone was returned

  • Was mainly used for religious purposes

  • Hieroglyphic means “sacred drawing” in Greek


  • Pyramids built as tombs for pharaohs.

  • Pharaohs had the pyramids built for them while in charge.

  • The pharaohs believe that there were objects inside of the pyramid that helped lead them into the afterlife.

  • No one knows exactly how the pyramids were built.

  • Some people think that they used a type of pulley system called a roperoll.

  • Some also think they used a ramp that rapped around the pyramid while it was being built.

  • 7,000 to 100,000 people were thought to have built pyramids.

Family life
Family Life

  • Built and lived in mud brick homes

  • Grew their own food

  • Children were VERY important

  • Most people were field hands, farmers, craftsmen, and scribes, and VERY FEW were nobles

  • Kids learned skills from parents

  • Kids looked after elderly parents

  • Most commonly harvested crops were cereals, emmer wheat, and barley

  • Women ran farms and buisnesses’ in the absence of husband/son(s)

Fun facts
Fun Facts

  • Egypt’s ‘red land’ was the barren desert that protected Egypt on two sides

  • The Nile gave birth to Egypt

  • Egypt is the 30th largest country in the world by area

  • Egypt is slightly 3 times larger than New Mexico

  • An Egyptian polymath Imhotep was known as the 1st physician, engineer, and architect

  • T he Egyptians believed that the god Thoth invented writing and passed the secret to humans

  • The word pharaoh is a nickname for people that means “great house”


As you can see, you should Travel to Ancient Egypt through AFLN Inc. We hope you will have a great trip!! If you enjoyed the trip, please add another $50,000,000,000,000!! Thank you and have a great day!