Designed to support the QCA Scheme of Work for history at Key Stage 2, the books in this series address various aspects of history with questions and answers that are illustrated with written and pictorial primary sources. This text focuses on Ancient Egypt.
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12th Dynasty Akhenaten ancient Egypt ancient Egyptians believed ancient Egyptians thought Archaeologists beer boats building capital city CD-ROM Cheops Click on Written coffin colours Contents dead person Deir el-Medina desert sand Digging Deeper ditches Egypt divided Egyptian writing embalming everyday examine mummies excavated Exploring further farmers farming scenes Field of Reeds flooding also meant Follow this path food and drink Giza Hatshepsut Hekanakhte Hekanakhte's hieratic hieroglyphs History of Egypt Horemheb houses Hyksos Imhotep important Intermediate Period irrigation King Zoser Kingdom Period know about ancient land look Lower Egypt Manetho maps Middle Kingdom mines at Wadi mud bricks Nilometers Nubia º º º Old Kingdom ºº ordinary painted pharaoh Tutankhamun preserved priests could go pyramid built Rosetta Rosetta Stone ruler Shabtis shaduf to lift sluice boards survived from ancient survived tell Temples things Tomb models show tomb walls towns treasure Tutankhamun died Valley Wadi Hammamat Written Sources