S: Ancient Egypt by Payton Froese
BC: This book is about The Ancient Egypt. You can learn about Social classes, Nile river and a lot more. Read this great book to learn about Ancient Egypt
FC: Ancient Egypt | By:P. Froese
1: Table of contents | 1.How Ancient Egypt started | 2.How Ancient Egypt ended | 3.The greats | 4.Ancient Egypt law | 5.Social classes | 6.Vizier | 7.Nobles | 8.Priests | 9.Soldiers
2: I would like to thank Mrs.Herron for encouraging me to be an author and talk about Ancient Egypt. Also for being my teacher.
3: How Ancient Egypt got started. | Ancient Egypt started because people were running low on food and people noticed that wheat grew well along the rivers. So people started to settle in Egypt to get food and trade items needed. Egypt became a hot spot. That's how Ancient Egypt got started.
4: How Ancient Egypt ended | Now I'm guessing that you want to know how it ends now? The Ancient Egypt civilization ended because Egypt went to battle with Rome and unfortunately did not win. So therefore Rome took over Egypt and thats when the Ancient Egypt civilization ended.
5: Three people that made Ancient Egypt’s success were names such as Khafre,Menkaure and Ramses The Great. | The Greats
6: The law in Ancient Egypt was very short and simple. The Pharoh had guards all throughout the town that kept an eye on things. After the day the guards had people come and tell him about things that happened. This was useful because if the guard missed something then he would be informed. By the end of day | Ancient Egypt law
7: The Ancient Egypt socialization was structured like a pyramid. That’s the easiest way to look at it. On the bottom of the pyramid were the Farmers and Slaves who held everything together and did all the work. Next was the Artisans who made and sold certain material. Then there were the Merchants,Scribes,Soldiers, Priests and Nobles,Government officials and then on the very top were the Gods who ruled everything.
8: The vizier made sure all the taxes were collected. | Vizier
9: Nobles and priests were the only ones who could have government posts. | Nobles
10: Priests were responsible for pleasing the gods.
11: Soldiers were the ones who were ready in case disaster struck or fought in war they also supervised the slaves and peasants. | Soldiers
12: Merchants and artisans are the ones who owned stores and sold the food to townspeople. | Merchants/Artisians
13: The Farmers tended the fields, raised animals, kept canals and reservoirs in good order, worked in the stone quarries, and built the royal monuments. Farmers paid taxes that could be as much as 60 percent of their yearly harvest. Seems like a lot of work huh. | Farmers | The Farmers tended the fields, raised animals, kept canals and reservoirs in good order, worked in the stone quarries, and built the royal monuments. Farmers paid taxes that could be as much as 60 percent of their yearly harvest. Seems like a lot of work huh.
14: The Slaves work for the king work on buildings and did everything that they asked them. | Slaves
15: Ancient Egypt had many great accomplishments such as the Great Pyramids and the Tombs. Then you can’t forget the Mummies or the language Hieroglyphics Ancient Egypt accomplished a lot more. | Accomplishments
16: The Ancient Egypt Civilization started along the Nile River because the fresh water it provided. Also bathing and food such as fish. When animals got thirsty they got a drink from the river which gave the people plenty of time to easily kill the animal. It also provided silt that made the plants grow and provided food and that made trades. | Nile River
17: Websites used | Karen, Carr. "Old Kingdom Egypt." - Ancient Egypt for Kids! N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Oct. 2012.
18: Also try books like Mesopotamia That is also similar to this book.
19: About the author | He spends his time Writing books, Playing basketball, Playing football, Playing Video games. He is a fun energetic guy who's likes sports and gives 110% in everything he does.