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Ancient Egypt: Ancient Egypt

Year 11 History-Ancient Egypt

Finding Resources in Accessit


Here are some books that you may find useful during your studies.  Search the Bennies catalogue Accessit for more, or browse the Non-fiction collection NFS..


World Book-Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt

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Other useful links

Wonders of ancient Egypt- ABC Splash

Ancient Egypt- This website has videos about various aspects of ancient Egypt. Videos include: history of Egypt, pyramids, Tutankamen, Cleopatra and mummies. Suitable for interactive whiteboard.

Mummification in ancient Egypt- This Ancient History Encyclopaedia article explains the mummification process and its significance to the Egyptians. Mummies. Ancient Egypt.

Life in ancient Egypt The Carnegie Museum of Natural History exhibit on life in Ancient Egypt has a timeline, information about the natural world, daily life, gods and religion and funerary customs.

Burial customs in ancient Egypt This website from University College London, shows the development of funeral and burial practices in ancient Egypt.

Eternal life in ancient Egypt Ancient Egyptians believed death marked the beginning of a journey to eternal life. The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History provides images and descriptions of the mummy's tomb, and the science of examining the carefully preserved bodies. Mummies. Ancient Egypt.

Ancient Egypt : medicine This webpage has descriptions of medicine in ancient Egypt. Topics include: medical knowledge, diseases, dietary deficiencies, herbal medicine, surgery, dentistry, prostheses and the impact of Egyptian medicine.

Ancient Egypt on a comparative method Focused on Ancient Egypt, this website compares arts, religion, society, geography, science, technology, and government with other ancient civilisations such as Greece and India. A timeline of dynasties and biographies of Pharaohs are included.

The ancient Egypt site You can browse through more than 3000 years of pharaonic history using the Timeline, learn more about the language of the Ancient Egyptians and explore their monuments, simply by clicking through to your favourite topic.
The alphabetically sorted Visual Index and Who Is Who sections, make it easy to discover Ancient Egypt by keyword

The History Channel