Daily life in Ancient Egypt ContentsDaily life in Ancient Egypt Contents
Capital: Memphis, then Tel el Amarna, then Luxor, then Alexandria, then much later Cairo
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Family LifeFamily Life
They would also place letters at the tombs of dead relatives asking them to use their influence with the gods. Magic was also used as an attempt to have children. In event that a couple still could not conceive a child
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Egypt: Daily LifeEgypt: Daily Life
Ancient Egypt was a narrow strip of land along the Nile River. Each year the river flooded its banks, leaving behind a fertile fringe of soil they called the Black Land
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Student activity: Investigating reflection Activity ideaStudent activity: Investigating reflection Activity idea
In this activity, students investigate specular and diffuse reflection by looking into a dark box and shining a torch at various objects, coloured paper and a mirror
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Monday January 25th – Service Partnership Proposal DueMonday January 25th – Service Partnership Proposal Due
Reading assignment due: excerpt from Grendel in packet and answer questions in packet
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Monday January 26th – Service Partnership Proposal DueMonday January 26th – Service Partnership Proposal Due
Reading assignment due: excerpt from Paradise Lost (pg. 411-418) in text and excerpt from Grendel in packet and answer questions in packet for both pieces
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Note: See also the files: Russia-msg, East-Eur-msg, Hungary-msg, yurts-msg, livestock-msg, kumiss-msg, dairy-prod-msgNote: See also the files: Russia-msg, East-Eur-msg, Hungary-msg, yurts-msg, livestock-msg, kumiss-msg, dairy-prod-msg
This file is a collection of various messages having a common theme that I have collected from my reading of the various computer networks. Some messages date back to 1989, some may be as recent as yesterday
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