The ancient Egyptian civilisation developed 5,000 years ago and lasted for around 3,000 years. Ancient Egypt has left a lasting legacy in archaeology, culture, science, and technology.
The ancient Egyptians were ruled by kings and queens called pharaohs. These pharaohs built huge pyramids, temples, and other impressive monuments. They also conquered other lands.
Cats were considered to be a sacred animal by the Ancient Egyptian civilisation. It’s thought that most families kept a cat as a pet, which they believed would bring the household good luck.
The Nile River
The civilization of Ancient Egypt was located along the Nile River in northeast Africa. The river was an important source of water in a hot and dry desert landscape. Only about 2.5cm of rain falls throughout Egypt each year. The fertile soil required for growing food each year was provided by great floods.
Great Egyptian cities grew up along the Nile as the Egyptian people became experts in irrigation. They used the water from the Nile to grow rich and profitable crops like wheat, barley, fruit and vegetables. The Nile also provided them with food, soil, water and transportation.
Culture & Technology
Ancient Egypt was rich in culture including government, religion, arts, and writing. The government and their Pagan religion were tied together. The leader of the government was the Pharaoh who was also their religious leader.
The ancient Egyptians were experts at farming, construction, and invention. They invented a solar calendar and Egyptian alphabet which contained over 700 hieroglyphs. The Ancient Egyptian civilisation also invented lots of things we still use today such as paper, pens, locks and keys and toothpaste. They also created new forms of literature, a system of mathematics, and a practical and effective medicine technology.
The ancient Egyptians also created various mystery schools. These are timeless secret teachings shared through word of mouth by priests, priestesses, initiates and royalty. Their meaning and significance is often encrypted into temples and artefacts, and concealed and locked within a veil of hieroglyphs and symbolism.
The ancient Egyptians worshiped over 2,000 deities. They created gods and goddesses for just about every aspect of their lives. The most popular ones included Isis, Horus, Ra, Osiris, Ma’at, Bast, Hathor, Geb, and Thoth. Each deity had different responsibilities and needed to be worshipped so that life could be kept in balance.
The ancient Egyptians also believed in a never-ending afterlife. They spent much time planning for their death because they thought the afterlife was more important than their life on Earth.
The Egyptians believed that every person is composed of physical and spiritual components. As well as the body, each person had a shadow, a ba (personality or soul), a ka (life-force), and a name. Also the heart, rather than the brain, was considered the seat of thoughts and emotions. After death the spiritual aspects were released from the body and could move at will but they required the physical remains, or a statue, as a permanent home.
The ancient Egyptians preserved the bodies of important people through mummification. They built special tombs to be buried in, which they filled with all their favourite things. Some pharaohs built their tombs in the shape of giant pyramids. They believed that by preserving a dead person’s body their soul would live on in the afterlife forever.
Pyramids & Sphinxes
Ancient Egyptian pyramids were built as tombs for pharaohs and their families. So far around 130 pyramids have been discovered in Egypt. The largest Egyptian pyramid is the Pyramid of Khufu at Giza.
The shape of a pyramid represents the primordial Earth as well as capturing and focussing the descending rays of the sun. Most pyramids were faced with polished, highly reflective white limestone, in order to give them a brilliant appearance when viewed from a distance.
The ancient Egyptians saw the dark night sky between certain stars as the physical portal into the heavens. One of the narrow shafts extending from the main burial chamber through the entire body of the Great Pyramid points directly towards the centre of this part of the sky. Thus the pyramid may magically launch the deceased pharaoh’s soul directly into the abode of the gods.
A Sphinx is a mythological creature with the body of a lion and the head of a person such as a god or Pharaoh. The Egyptians built sphinx statues to guard important areas such as tombs and temples.
The most famous Sphinx is the Great Sphinx of Giza. It is one of the largest and oldest statues in the world. The Great Sphinx faces the sunrise and guards the pyramid tombs of Giza. Some archaeologists believe that it was carved around 2500 BC and the Sphinx’s head is the likeness of the Pharaoh Khafra.
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