Another natural cause is oceans and hurricanes. Both the ocean waves and hurricanes accelerate erosion, which is a main cause to the marshes disappearing. Something New Yorkers should realize is that "80% of oil and natural gases produced in the U.S. travels through our marshes" as according to page 12. America 's economy could go so wrong if the marshes the oil processes through suddenly disappears. Also, a huge percentage of marine life loves in Louisiana 's marshes.
Traditionally, the drawings would’ve been of the pharaoh. However, after his conquest of Egypt, Augustus became the pharaoh during this time. Priest maintained the temple along with craftsmen, cleaners, farmers, and slaves. There were four types of priests: full-time, lay, waab and the High Priest. Full-time priests would serve the gods at all times.
The scarab beetle was used as a symbol of “the rising sun being pushed across the sky exemplifying the notion that the sun god can create his own means of rebirth.”(pg.1) Egyptians would cut a gem shape like a beetle and engraved names, dates, and have different geometric patterns. Ancient Egypt had different numbers of scarab; one of them is the heart scarab. It is a large amulet and its made out of green stone. The heart scarab was placed on the mummy to “control the consciousness and memory of the deceased.”(pg.2) Another scarab is the winged scarab. Similar to the heart scarab but it had wings and it would be placed on the heart of the mummy.
Developments of The Atchafalaya and The Mississippi River Mankind makes various attempts in withholding the natural flow of the river using; dams, floodways, channels, and many more uses to hold back the water. However, over time the water decays and causes these obstacles to be weakened. Construction has to happen very often in order to keep the hold on the rivers. Many think that the rivers will eventually break through mankind’s hold. Scientist believe that in only a matter of time the Atchafalaya will break through human barriers and run together with the Mississippi River.
“ Because the adjacent river and creek became brackish as water levels rose, reliable sources of freshwater would have been scarce,” (Doc A). If there was not that much freshwater they could have died because they could have drink some of the water, and if you drink too much salt water you can die. “ ….dug shallow wells to supply themselves with sources of drinking water, but these were vulnerable to droughts,” (Doc A). If the water was vulnerable to drought what were they suppose to drink of the water was vulnerable. “.... where filth introduced into the river tended to fester rather than flush away,”(Doc A).
because he was the pharaoh of Egypt he wanted to start a new life his significance was starting a new religion called Aten the son god and named his name after the son god. Different from his previous name Amenhotep|| with Amen the magnificent god. He also started a new capital city called Akhetaton (Which is now called Amarna) meaning place of Aten’s power. In construction of the new city Akhenaten had a lesser wife called queen Kiya. Akhenaten had two sons with queen kiya, Tutankhamun (The world’s most famous Egyptian pharaoh) and smenkhare.
Prior to Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten) reign, Egypt practice polytheism which they worship many god and goddess and pharaoh were contest by the local temple priests. “Throughout the dynastic history of Egypt, the central authority of the pharaoh was repeatedly contested by local temple priests, each of whom held religious and political sway in their own regions along the Nile.” (Fiero pg. 54). When Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten) was a pharaoh of Egypt between 1353-1337 B.C.E, he had a different view more like a monotheism belief which belief is one single god. He changed the views of ancient Egypt from polytheism which is the wordship of many gods and goddess, to one god who name was Aten.
Following the tragic event, the Water and Sewage Board in New Orleans ordered taller levees to be constructed. Hurricane Betsy in 1965 caused leaders to redesign the levee system and the responsibility of levee construction was placed under the United States Army Corps of Engineers. Once again citizens of New Orleans started to reconstruct their city after another natural disaster. Only forty years later Hurricane Katrina, the unfortunate event that was due to the failure of levees to withhold water, left many homeless, dead and looting for survival. Not only did the levees fail the people of New Orleans, but their government also fell short of supplying the desperate citizens of the city with aid and support.
Predominantly, Euterpe wrote that Melampus introduced Pan/Bacchus’ orgiastic rituals in Greece; which he brought from the Egyptians. Conversely, the Greek’s claimed Mount Lycaeus occurred as Pan Birth place in Arcadia that developed into a major place for Pan’s ongoing cult, maintaining his own temple there. Within the country, Pan became worshipped both at rustic shrines and in cities. Pan’s orgiastic rituals created the perfect setting for their ‘dark rites of religion.’ Furthermore, this evolved as one of the birthplaces reported for the god Zeus and Hermes; (which both claimed to be Pan’s
In Yangzi and Yellow river valleys the societies that were emerging after 5000 b.c.e. They also developed the need for a recognized authorities. Instead of kings, the Egyptians recognized pharaoh as the supreme ruler.The authorities of the Yangzi and Yellow river valley also maintained order and organized community work projects. A power that rulers in the Yangzi and Yellow river societies has was the ability to resolve disputes. Though it can be assumed that the Nile rulers could too.
Around September of each year the Nile would overflow its banks and flood the surrounding area. The flood brought rich black soil and revived the farmlands. The Nile River also provided a lot of building materials. They used the mud from the riverbanks to make sun dried bricks. These bricks were used in building homes, walls, and other buildings.
The great pyramids of Egypt are now one of the amazing seven wonders of the world. These pyramids that still stand today shed the light on how life was once lived thousands of years ago. It has been learned that the pyramids were built with the arrangement of the stars and were aligned with those of Orion. The reason behind why these specific stars were the main focus on the pyramid, is because Osiris was known to be the God of death, rebirth, and the afterlife. Their purpose for building these massive structures was to serve as tombs for the deceased pharaohs and queens.