Ancient Egypt Reference Guide
People from Africa, Palestine and Syria began to settle along the Nile River in Egypt about 5000 years ago. Over the time, they developed a civilisation and ways of living that remained important for 3000 years.
They developed new techniques for farming and watering the land and a form of picture writing which was used to record their way of life and their spiritual beliefs.
It is only in the last 200 years that the achievements of this Ancient Egyptian civilization have been rediscovered and appreciated.
Today, people travel from all over the world to see the magnificent statues, monuments and pyramids that the ancient Egyptians built to honor their gods and their leaders.
The treasures that have been discovered help us to understand life in the land of the pharaohs thousands of years ago.
Here are different online links that you can browse to know more about the life during the Ancient Egypt.
Pyramids, Egyptian Gods
- Gods and Goddesses The ancient Egyptians believed in many different gods and goddesses. Each one with their own role to play in maintaining peace and harmony across the land.
- Guardian's Giza - You can visit the pyramids of Giza, Egypt from the comfort of your own computer!
- Ancient Egypt Online
A site dedicated to the culture, language, religion and history of Ancient Egypt. Resource featuring information on gods, monuments, hieroglyphs and kings.
- Ancient Egypt @ the British Museum
The British Museum gives information on Egyptian life, gods and goddesses, mummification, rulers, pyramids, temples, time, trade, and writing
- BBC - History - Egyptians
Learn about pyramids and monuments, mummification, gods and beliefs and the ancient Egyptians daily life.
- Ancient Egyptian Clip Art Come explore The Virtual Pyramid, learn about its evolutionary process, or discover how it was built.
- The Ancient Egypt Site - Explore wonders of ancient Egypt, visit historic sites, discover the purpose of the pyramids and many more.
Ancient Egyptian - The Time Map of World History - Timeline and overview of the civilization of Ancient Egypt.
- Ancient Egypt - Kids Social Studies Videos, Games and Lessons that Make Learning Fun and Easy
Great collection of videos games for kids about this great civilization.
- National Geographic: Secrets of Egypt (Photos, Diagrams)
Explore the pyramids of ancient Egypt through diagrams, photos, and facts; plus get related links, kids content, news stories, and more.
- Ancient Egypt- Australian Museum -
Ancient Egypt's distinctive and well preserved art, in the form of paintings, sculpture, hieroglyphs, pottery, jewelry and architecture, gives us a fascinating glimpse into the daily life, beliefs and customs of this ancient society.
- Free Egyptian Clip Arts by Neferchichi - Writing a report or making a multimedia presentation about ancient Egypt, these tiny images,is the perfect and will help satisfy your scribal need. Includes Gods and Goddesses Clip Art, Hieroglyphs, Backgrounds, Borders, and Bar.
- Explore Ancient Egypt: A site about Ancient Egypt created by The Children's University of Manchester for The University of Manchester to share, with the wider community, and particularly primary schools.
Ancient Egypt For Kids
- Ancient Egypt Kid Connection
This site is for kids who love Egypt and enjoy learning about ancient Egyptian life and culture. From pyramids to mummies, hieroglyphs to pharaohs, Egypt has always fascinated kids. Here are fun and interesting Egypt links especially for kids!
- Ancient Egypt - Homework Help
Homework Help on Ancient Egypt for middle school
- Mr Donns Ancient Egypt Guide for Kids
An excellent site for kids about Ancient Egypt which includes geography,history, government, daily Life, deities, Funerals, afterlife and their daily life.
- Egypt site for Kids, with many resources for education and fun
Tour Egypt: Official site of the Ministry of Tourism, Egypt presents Color Me Egypt: Just for Kids. This site has a coloring book, an Egyptian History written for kids, games, activities, a story book and much more.
Egyptian themed coloring book pages you can print and color.
TropicMind.com - Ancient Egypt - Educational Video for Kids
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