The Persians did not rule Egypt for very long. In 332 B.C, Alexander the great conquered Egypt, this was part of his plan to take over the Persians. The Egyptians thought that he would give them back there independence, but unfortunately he didn’t. After the death of Alexander a man named Ptolemy ruled. He made sure that many knew that the Greeks had conquered Egypt.
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.
The actual task of constructing the pyramids would have required extensive planning and organization. The giant stone blocks used to build them weighed several tons and were transported over great distances to the building site using riverboats and specially constructed ramps. Labor was likely seasonal, as many working on the pyramids had to tend to their crops during the spring and summer. “Pyramids of Giza” The pyramids are also evidence that ancient Egyptian society had some knowledge of mathematics. Construction would have required careful planning and calculations to ensure that everything went smoothly and that the structures were perfectly proportioned and aligned.
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.
A primary example of this is seen in the Hymn To The Nile. The Hymn To The Nile demonstrates that the Egyptians connected a god with the Nile. As a massive water source, the Nile seemed to flood during a certain time period. This flooding of the Nile influenced the Egyptians to illustrate a calendar for seasonal farming. Is there more to the whole idea of the Nile flooding?
In this time this where the Nile river was built, where structured religious started when pharaohs were considered Gods, the adaption of writing hieroglyphs, the prediction of annual rise and fall of Nile floods enabled state agriculture system,and when desert offered protection from warring tribes. All of these major events happening during this period and lead to some accomplishments. From 1500 Through 550 B.C where was the Hittites, Assyrians, and the Persians were established. The Hittites discovered smelting, iron made stronger and more durable tools and weapons, and how the use of horse traveling started. The Assyrians formed militarism, had an empire reach from Persian gulf to the Nile river, and this lead to the first universal empired formed.
Ancient Egypt was a very advanced society whose inventions inspired many of the basic necessities we have today. One of these would be their methods of irrigation. They used a machine called a shadoof which was comprised of a long pole with a bucket on one end and a weighty object on the other end. These buckets were lowered into the Nile and filled with water, then easily raised back up by water wheels and emptied onto higher ground. Oxen then swung the pole so that the water could be emptied into waterways that were used to irrigate their crops.
After the seventeen months of arduous travel across the west, we finally reached the Great Salt Lake Valley. Brigham announced once we arrived that this was the right place for us to live. One year has since passed, and thousands of Mormons have flooded into the valley. Within days of our arrival, preparation began to assemble our town. Crops such as potatoes and corn were planted to sustain us during the coming winter and prepare seeds for the following spring.
The practices of Egyptian religion were efforts to provide for the gods and gain their favor. Of which the Ancient Pyramids start to symbolize the ancient man’s triumphs, but to the ancient Egyptians, they symbolized the being of creation; “the primordial mound from which life arose” (El Mahdy, Christine). The king of Egypt,
The first and most famous pyramid in Uxmal is known as the Pyramid of The Magician. (Walten, K. (2013) The Pyramid of the Magician is both the most famous and the largest of all of the pyramids at Uxmal. At its highest point, it is almost 115 feet tall. The name Pyramid of the Magician comes from an old story the Mayans told about how it was built. The story is about a dwarf who hatched from an egg, and within a day, he grew into an adult.