Ancient Egyptian: Ways of Life

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Date: June 30, 2009
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When the Egyptians decided to build a new high dam across the Nile, it meant that the river waters rising behind the dam would flood the temples. The temples and the statues had to be cut into many huge blocks. Each block was numbered and raised to the top of the cliff...
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The numbers helped the workers to know how to put the blocks back together again. The cliff where the temples were first built is now covered with water. The Great Stone Tent To build the pyramid they didnít use cranes or bulldozers, they used wooden ramps...
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Ancient Egyptian: Ways of Life   Ancient Egyptian   Ancient Egyptians Beliefs And Customs   Ancient Egyptians   ancient egyptian art   The Agricultural Practices Of The Ancient Egyptians   The Development of Ancient Greek Temples   Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs   Ancient Egyptian   Ancient Stories Of The Flood   Flood Myths in Ancient Mythology   River nile   Water Wars: The Nile River Basin   Nile River   The Nile River Delta  
 
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