World History Ancient Civilizations Chapter Ancient Egypt Lesson Life in Ancie - PDF document

World History Ancient Civilizations Chapter  Ancient Egypt Lesson  Life in Ancie
World History Ancient Civilizations Chapter  Ancient Egypt Lesson  Life in Ancie

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Science and Technology Egyptians made advances in calendars geometry medicine and other areas Belief Systems Egyptians believed in many gods and a happy life after death Work and Family Life ESSENTIAL QUESTION How did work and social roles affect pe ID: 2170 Download Pdf

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World History: Ancient Civilizations Life for Women • Women had almost equal rights, could own property elds jobs - almost all married in their early teens REVIEW QUESTION World History: Ancient Civilizations ESSENTIAL QUESTION Life After Death • Egyptians along the Nile had positive view of life - Niles black land provided for most of their needs• Egyptians believed gods favored them, believed in happy afterlife • Other cultures, such as Sumerians, thought afterlife was miserable Many Gods - Re was sun god, later called Amon-Re - Anubis was a god of the dead • Removed all organs but heart, lled body with salt, herbs n in tomb with everyday objects for use in afterlife REVIEW QUESTION

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