Ancient Egypt

By:Kai Banfield

Daily Life

Ancient Egyptians didn't like death the enjoyed life to the fullest. They did work but always left time to enjoy life. Along with this they always had children in the center of their life. They also taught them to be courteous and kind.

The life of some

Nile River

The Nile river is one of the longest river in the world. It connects to the white Nile and the blue Nile. It also flows north witch is like going backwards and is one of few that do this. The river receives its name from the Greek word Neilos. Over the years it has been polluted and is now dirty.

The Nile river


Mummification was a process of preserving a body. It took about 70 days to complete. The process involved taking organs out and putting them in jars called canopic jars. This was done to let the Pharaohs to have them in the afterlife.



Ancient Egyptian religion was a complex system of beliefs and rituals which were an integral part of Ancient Egyptian society. A pharaoh was supposedly a human that descended from the gods they believed in. They also believed in polytheism or the practice of worshiping many gods.

A worship


Egypt is located on the continent of Africa. It is very hot and dry there. It is about 90 percent desert.



pyramids are a important part of ancient Egypt. Pyramids held Pharaohs after they died. It also held all of the items they may need in the after life. Later tomb robers robbed the pyramids for all of the Pharaohs gold.

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