Documents 3, 4 and 5 Finish Classwork None Week of October 10 - 14 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday October 10, 2016 October 11, 2016 October 12, 2016 October 13, 2016 October 14, 2016 Classwork No Classes Chapter 5 Lesson 2 Review Guided Reading Lesson 2 Document 8 Discussed and corrected Lesson 2 Review and Guided Reading Lesson 2. When the Egyptians gained the upper hand, as they had with the reign of Ramses the Great, the Egyptians built massive monuments as a reminder to the people of Kush that the Egyptians were the most powerful culture on the Nile. The Kush pyramids are not as tall as the Great Pyramids of the Egyptians - and they are also very narrow - but nonetheless, they are definitely inspired by those of the Egyptians. Egypt was able to provide the Kush with Greek wine and olive oil, both sold at very high profits for the Egyptians. For example, there were temples all around Egypt filled with live crocodiles to honor the god of the Nile, the crocodile-headed Sobek. When you think of the most powerful person in your country, who is it? Homework Finish Guided Reading Lesson 4 Start working on the Egyptian Art Project Finish Classwork Finish Classwork Week of October 24 - 28 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday October 24, 2016 October 25, 2016 October 26, 2016 October 27, 2016 October 28, 2016 Classwork Discussed the Vocabulary Builder and reviewed for the test. He fell to his death or may have been murdered, no one is sure.
Cultural Admiration In fact, there was. Of course, the Kushite kings went out of their way to discourage local Egyptians from using anything but Egyptian styles. After all, it was the Hittites who were nearly defeated by Ramses the Great and the Assyrians and the Persians who were able to conquer Egypt. Reviewed material for the test Chapter 5 Test Practica para Noche Internacional No Classes Parents and Teachers Conferences Homework Study for the test Study for the test Padres: Ayudar a decorar para la Noche Internacional. Lesson 4 Review Discussed and corrected Lesson 4 Review and Guided Reading Lesson 4. Osiris controlled the power of life and death. Answer Lesson 3 Review exercise 7 will be answered with a five sentence paragraph Guided Reading Lesson 3 Document 9 Homework Finish Classwork None Finish Classwork Week of October 17 - 21 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday October 17, 2016 October 18, 2016 October 19, 2016 October 20, 2016 October 21, 2016 Classwork Read Chapter 5 Lesson 4 and worked on the Guided Reading Document 10 Studied the importance of the Egyptian Art Documents 11 - 13 and received the Egyptian Art Prject Document 14 due on October 25, 2016.
Egyptians built such gigantic and sturdy pyramids in their honor that the pyramids still stand today. After five centuries, the pharaohs could no longer hold their empire together and it broke up into a series of smaller kingdoms, some ruled by foreign invaders kidsdiscover. While trade and politics may have been real exchanges, with both Egypt and the Kush trading, buying, selling and conquering, very few Egyptians had any desire to associate with anything at all to do with authentic Kush culture. But there were dozens of others. During this period, Egypt expanded its territory, pushing into the Kingdom of Kush in Ethiopia and battling the Hittites, a neighboring empire to the north. It Matters Because: Lesson 1: The Nile River - The Nile River was the most important factor in the development of ancient Egypt.
Week of September 26 - 30 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday September 26, 2016 September 27, 2016 September 28, 2016 September 29, 2016 September 30, 2016 Classwork Reviewed for the test. Homework Geography and History Activity Document 2 Finish Classwork None Make a cartouche with your name using hieroglyphs. But local sources claim the statue was actually damaged in 1378 by an Islamic cleric who was executed for the crime. More than a vanity project, monuments like this were meant to intimidate rival kingdoms. Lesson 3: Egypt's Empire - The leaders during the golden age of Egypt expanded the empire through war and trade. Caption: When pharaohs and high priests of ancient Egypt died, their bodies were mummified and placed in colorful wooden coffins.
He allowed the Nile River to flood its banks and bring fertile soil and water to the Egyptian desert. Before the New Kingdom, the Egyptian Empire had been somewhat weakened, with some of its outer territories given up to rival kings. Worked on Documents 15 and 16. Surely, there is something bigger at play. Trading with the Egyptians Frankly, it just made good sense for the Egyptians to trade with the Kingdom of Kush, and for hundreds of years, the relationship between the two powers was almost entirely based on economics.
Although Egypt later declined, it greatly influenced other civilizations. While Kush was able to produce plenty of food, there were some delicacies that could only be purchased from the fields of Egypt which, unlike the farms of the Kush, received the annual flood of the Nile. It would be like if France conquered England and suddenly wanted everyone not to learn French, but instead to start speaking English, like Shakespeare. Caption: The great pyramids at Giza were built to be monumental tombs for three ancient Egyptian pharaohs: Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure. Copies Document 19 on the notebook.
King Tutankhamen or Tutankhamen ruled Egypt as pharaoh for 10 years until his death at age 19, around 1324 B. As you read this chapter, you will learn how the forces of life and death shaped the daily life of the ancient Egyptians and Kushites. Work on Document 6 and copy and define the vocabulary words of Lesson 2. Lesson 4: The Kingdom of Kush - The kingdoms of Nubia and Kush were influenced by Egyptian culture, and they continued many Egyptian traditions. The coffin was often placed inside another container sculpted from of stone called a sarcophagus. Chapter 3 Test Work on Chapter 4 Lesson 2 Open Book Quiz I. This commercial relationship changed over time into a political one, with each side ruling the other for periods of time.
The Kingdom of Kush Historians often focus greatly on the empires to the north of Egypt as being the ones with whom the pharaohs had the most interaction. The image of Osiris, the son of the sky god Horus, appears in many tombs. The wealthy made them out of human hair, while the poor relied on vegetable fibers or wool. The religion of the ancient Egyptians reflects their reliance on the natural world. However, a powerful kingdom, named Kush, to the south of Egypt, just beyond the first rapids of the Nile, was not only able to maintain extensive economic ties with the Egyptians, but was even able to conquer them for a period of time.