Cuneiform was the first written developed by the Sumerians over 5000 years ago (Doc. 1). That is one of the most important inventions in the world. That paved the way for writing in the future. The used cuneiform to keep records , document, business dealings , barley and to pass down new ideas
The antiquated Egypt was a standout amongst the most progressive human progress for very nearly 3000 years. It began as little settlements on the banks of stream Nile, settlements developed into individual kingdoms. These kingdoms were then joined into the Kingdom of old Egypt around 3100 BC. From that point, started the story of a human advancement whose engineering and curios stay faultless right up 'til the present time, offering declaration to once flourishing kingdom and its way of life. The antiquated Egyptians made critical advances in craftsmanship, design and way of life that kept them dynamic and prosperous for a very long time.
This means that he is known a lot for his religious beliefs. Although, there is a pharaoh that was more significant than Ramses II. Hatshepsut is the second most significant pharaoh in Ancient Egypt because she did many great actions and was the first woman pharaoh in a place where men were dominant. Hatshepsut was a significant woman pharaoh. For example, she
He battled to re-establish the Egyptian rule of Niya, Syria and Palestine creating the largest dynasty yet along with creating great wealth for egypt. Thutmose III is the son of Thutmose II. Thutmose III was the warrior king of Egypt 's 18th dynasty. He was the 6th Pharaoh of the dynasty. (wikipedia) Thutmose III lived from 1504 B.C.
The Ancient Egyptian culture was among the earliest civilizations in northeastern Africa located in an area concentrated along the lower portion of the Nile River. Joshua J. Mark, a freelance writer and co-founder of Ancient History Encyclopedia, once stated, “Egypt thrived for thousands of years (from c. 8000 BCE to c. 30 BCE) as an independent nation whose culture was famous for great cultural advances in every area of human knowledge, from the arts to science technology and religion.” Throughout history, the uniqueness and complexity of the ancient Egyptian culture had an influence on later cultures in Europe. Egypt is famous today for its great ancient monuments, such as the Pyramids and the Sphinx as well as other things.
Furthermore, the Greek civilization Thirdly, they both have same ideas on how to worship their gods, celebration of their feasts. They both have priest (like Zeus). For all these reasons, Ancient Mesopotamia and Greek civilizations has played a key role in the development of the modern world. Without these astonishing inventions, we wouldn’t be able to succeed in many important parts of science, technology, and mathematics. Anything that is created now is just a mere improvement on the previous
Mesopotamia and Egypt were two of the first civilizations to emerge along the banks of large rivers. Ancient Egypt civilization was said to be around 3000 BC-2000 BC, while Mesopotamia 's civilization was around 3500 BC-1600 BC. During this time was the Aegean Bronze Age, where trade network, desire to conquer, imperialism and tool and weapon making was important. Egypt and Mesopotamia shared similar social structure, culture, and polytheistic views that were connected to their surrounding geography, although differences in their geography led to varying understanding on the nature of gods and the afterlife. Mesopotamia and Egypt had similar polytheistic views, which means believing in many gods.
Situated at Giza Plateau, The Great Sphinx is one of the biggest and most seasoned landmarks on the planet. Great Sphinx was constructed around 2500 BC by the pharaoh Khafre, the gathered creator of the second pyramid at Giza. The Great Sphinx represented loyalty as well as horizon as symbol of sun. The Ancient Egyptians built the Great Sphinx to guard important areas such as tombs and temples.
King Ramses the 2nd was known as the 'Keeper of Harmony and Balance, Strong in Right, Elect of Ra’. Ramses lived till he was 90, which was incredible long for that time period. King Ramses also had a very long dynasty and he was the third pharaoh in the 19th dynasty. Not only was Ramses known for lasting years and years he also helped Egypt with many architectural accomplishments. King Ramses had many accomplishments but probably what he was the most known for his architectural achievements some example of what he has done is the Ramesseum which is a “memorial temple” that is located in Thebes.
Pharaoh Snefru ruled for 24 years from 2613 to 2589. He was the first pharaoh of Egypt 's 4th dynasty. Although Snefru was most known for his ruling, he built 3 pyramids which are “The Bent Pyramid, The Red Pyramid and The Meidum Pyramid.” Snefru put dedication and lots of effort with meaning, to the monuments that are still well known to this day.Snefru had needed a wife so he got married to his half sister named Hetepheres.Snefru had many children such as the famous scholar pharaoh Khufu, the prince Nefermaat, and princess Hetepheres ll. One of Snefru’s major accomplishments was building the Real first pyramid which took the shape of a triangle.Another one of his major accomplishments are that he conquered the Sinai peninsula which gave them tons of cedar wood which helped them make big strong traveling boats. Snefru was an amazing tactician against the successful attack on Libya he captured over 11,100 Libyans.