|Sites Specifically for Students with Information About Ancient Egypt
Egypt for Kids: Features
information about Egyptian History (with timeline), Egyptian Government, Environment, Religion, Clothing, Food, Science, Economy, People, Writing and Literature, Games, Art and Architecture, and Wars
Ancient Egypt Kid Connection: This section of Guardian's Egypt is dedicated to Kids! Most kids love Egypt and enjoy learning about ancient Egyptian life and culture; fun and interesting Egypt links especially for kids
|Sites with information About Ancient Egypt
ideal place to start exploring the wonders of the past. Find out
about the people of this amazing culture, and learn about the gods
they worshiped, the Pharaohs they followed and the tombs and statues
they left behind; find out more about famous people like Tutankhamun,
the elaborate preparations they made for an eternal life. See the
masks and jewelry which the dead took with them into their tombs
and the elaborate mythology that inspired it
Egypt Site: Explore
Guardian's Sphinx; The History of the Conservation of the Sphinx;
See and print a MAP of EGYPT; EXPLORE: Guardian's King Tut! ENTER:
Guardian's Pyramids; Learn about the Gods and Goddesses, mummies,
and MORE; kid's
Egypt - The British Museum: Explore
Egyptian Life, Geography, Pyramids, and Time. Find out where writing
was used in Ancient Egypt. Shockwave activities are included for
each area of study (Click on the TITLE found on each page to learn more about that topic!)
Egyptian History: Hieroglyphs, Pyramids and Temples, Kings and Queens, PLUS VIDEOS
Egyptian Virtual Temple: Explore
the realm known as Ancient Egypt or Kemet (KMT) as it was known
to the Egyptians themselves; History; Religion & Beliefs; Culture & Daily
Life; Places & Maps of; Egypt; Mummies; Events; Art; Architecture;
Pyramids; Literature & Wisdom; Music & Dance; Hieroglyphs;
Egyptian Medicine; Priests & Physicians; Temple Gardens; Egyptian
Egypt, Pyramids, Kings & Queens, Hieroglyphs, Mummies, Cool
Digs, Sites & Monuments, Egyptian Art/Music, Museums & Exhibits,
Mythology & Religion, Other Egypt Links
of the Orient: Ancient Egypt: People,
Economy, Government, Society, Cities and Villages, Economy, Life
Styles, Language, Education, Science Culture
History of Ancient
Egypt - from Wikipedia: Ancient Egypt - a History
Stuff Works: Ancient Egypt:
Introduction to Ancient Egypt, Formation of the Kingdom, The Old Kingdom (2686 B.C.-2181 B.C.), The First Intermediate Period (2181 B.C.-2040 B.C.), The Middle Kingdom (2040 B.C.-1786 B.C.), The Second Intermediate Period (1786 B.C.-1567 B.C.)
Online: Mysteries of the Nile - Explore Ancient Egypt: QuickTime
VR images of Egypt. Close-ups of the Sphinx, the Great Pyramid,
and Luxor, the Tomb of Rekhmire, and MORE
Odyssey: Egypt: Explore people, mythology, daily life, death and burial, writing, and archaeology.
educational resource about ancient Egypt. Learn about pyramids,
hieroglyphics, mummies, view articles, photos and multimedia; one
of the most extensive image collections of Egyptian art and structure
available on the Internet
*Egypt is located in northeast corner of the Africa.
*The River Nile flows through Egypt and into the Mediterranean Sea.
Ancient Egyptians lived along the banks of the river Nile in Egypt. Around 5000 B.C. farmers settled in Egypt along the River Nile.
* Ancient Egypt was divided Egypt into two areas: the red land and the black land.
*Two different kingdoms developed in ancient Egypt ruled by different kings: Upper Egypt, known as the white crown, and Lower Egypt, knows as the red crown.
*In 3200 B. C. a pharaoh, Menes, from the upper Egypt conquered the lower Egypt and Egypt became united. He built a new capital called Memphis which meant "Balance of the Two Lands".
*Ancient Egyptian writing, known as hieroglyphic writing, included 2,000 hieroglyphic characters and pictures.
*The clothing that ancient Egyptians wore contained linen which was made from flax.
*The Egyptians worshipped many gods and goddesses.
*Ancient Egypt had many pharaohs who were, at the time of their reign, the king or queen of Egypt.
The pyramids of ancient Egypt were built as tombs for the pharaohs who died.
*Not only are there records of Ancient Egyptian mummies, but there are also records of mummified animals.