Exploring Ancient Egypt: Egypt of the Pharaohs Video

Video title: Egypt of the Pharaohs

Use this History of Ancient Egypt video entitled Egypt of the Pharaohs to study the reigns of prominent Egyptian kings and queens, and how paintings on tomb walls have provided knowledge of ancient Egyptian beliefs and customs.

Survey the history of ancient Egypt, exploring the key events that occurred in the kingdom and the reigns of prominent Egyptian Kings and Queens, such as Cleopatra and Ramses.

 

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Exploring Ancient Egypt: Egypt of the Pharaohs Video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • The Pharaohs of Egypt. Learn about Egypt of the Pharaohs. Explore the ancient world of King Tutankhamen, Queen Hatshepsut, and Rameses II. The history of Ancient Egypt. The excavation of Egyptian tombs.
  • Survey the history of ancient Egypt, exploring key events that occurred in the kingdom and the reigns of prominent Egyptian kings and queens, and identify the gods and goddesses of the ancient Egyptians, including Osiris, Isis, and Hathor.
  • Understand why the ancient Egyptians constructed the pyramids, and learn about their perception of death and the significance of mummification.
  • Examine the role of the archaeologist, and learn how the excavation of Egyptian tombs, the deciphering of hieroglyphs inscribed on stone and papyrus, and paintings on tomb walls have provided knowledge of ancient Egyptian beliefs and customs.
  • Gain insight to what daily life was like for ancient Egyptians along the Nile, including peasants, craftsmen, soldiers, scribes, and those who lived on country estates.
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