Egyptian History

Explore the rich heritage of ancient Egypt and uncover intriguing stories from pharaohs to pyramids. Immerse yourself in the wonders of Egyptian history and unlock the secrets of this ancient civilization.
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Timeline of Egypt for kids

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Animals of Ancient Egypt

This postcard was printed in Egypt, bought in Egyptian Museum of Berlin and sent from Norway. Animals of all kinds were important to the Ancient Egyptians. The Egyptians understood the animals' characteristics and admired them, especially those that were dangerous or had powers human beings lacked. They believed animals were symbols, for example, the beetle - the Egyptians noticed how it buries itself and therefore used it as a symbol of survival. Particular powers of each Egyptian god were…

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