About Ancient Egypt
By Abby Christensen (Noobally)
Hieroglyphics is the ancient egyptian writing system. Hieroglyphics has helped us through the generations. It has provided a way to communicate through words and not through actions.
This is the Nile River, the main river of Ancient Egypt. This is where the Egyptians got most everything that they needed. Some examples of things the Egyptians used the Nile River for is water, farming, and there was a plant grown along the Nile River called papyrus which was used for sandals, sailboats, and rope.
Curse of King Tut
King Tut is a curse that some people don't believe and other people do believe and others maybe don't even understand. The Curse of King Tut is a curse that just randomly started making people die. For more information go to the "Curse of King Tut" link at the very bottom.
Mummification is the process of preserving of the pharaoh's body for the afterlife. After the bodies were mummified they were placed into a pyramid.
The Blackland is the land right along the Nile River. The Blackland is good land for farming. Since the Blackland is right along the Nile River, the water gets to the land so that you can farm there. The main crop that they grow in the Blackland is wheat.