Musicovery Ancient Egypt Maps These maps of ancient Egypt seek to highlight representative aspects of the country: historical development, locations of major constructions, Egypt as we know it today and the always important River Nile, that contributed to the growth of the ancient Egyptian civilization. Here's a map of ancient Egypt with all major cities, pyramids and temples: Map of Ancient Egypt Map of Egypt about 1450 BC © NASA - Satellite view of the Nile River
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Making Mummies Tell students that various types of mummies have been found on every continent. Explain that in this lesson students will examine a well-known mummy and make a presentation to the class. Divide the class into small groups to conduct research using the Web sites suggested below. (Depending on students' abilities, you may wish to reveal the category or description of each mummy.) Tollund Man: This 2,100-year-old mummy was found in a peat bog in Denmark. He had a rope around his neck, indicating that he was probably sacrificed.Tollund Man and the Bog MummiesMummies UnwrappedViolence in the Bogs Lindow Man: This mummy was found in an English peat bog. Yde Girl: Discovered in a bog in the Netherlands, this mummy had been stabbed and strangled when she was 16 years old.The Drents Museum in Assen: The Yde GirlBog Mummies ? Juanita (also known as the "Ice Maiden"): This young Inca girl was discovered in theAndes in Peru. Mummy-Making Methods Mummification Process Mummies Unmasked Mummification
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Cassie Stephens: In the Art Room: Walk Like an Egyptian Last week most of my third grade students finished their Egyptian sarcophagus. We had a lot of fun with this looong project and I thought I'd share it with you. It began way back at the beginning of the school year. I remember it like it was yesterday... I spent the first week of school dressed as King Tutankhamun (aka Tut). As King Tut, or Mrs. After that, we got a little side tracked with other projects: a field trip to the local art museum to see an Egyptian exhibit; a school-wide t-shirt tie-dying project; and a fall leaf-relief project. We began with a self-portrait drawing. Understanding the concept of shading is a pretty advanced skill. For the sarcophagus, students were given a 3' (maybe a pinch longer) piece of butcher paper. With a piece of vine charcoal, students drew hands, crook and flail and, if they wanted, Isis, the winged goddess.