Course #: EDUC_713M
Semester Credits: 3
This ancient civilization still exerts a strong hold on our imaginations. From its pyramids and temples, its beautiful art and architecture, its priests and rituals, to its daily life by the Nile, this course illuminates the powerful images of this fascinating culture. Discussions of recent historical research and archaeological finds bring to life the daily life in royal, elite, and priestly circles, as well as in lower levels of this society. Mummification, religion, recreation, clothing, warfare, medicine, mathematics and equality are discussed.
* Learn the early strengths and lasting contributions of Egypt.
* Discuss the role, influence and reign of the pharaoh.
* Describe the lifestyle of pharaohs and common people.
* Discuss Egyptian art and architecture, technology and science, literature, language, and law.
* Identify the choice of location and the political and geographic reasons for the location of the pharaoh.
* Identify and discuss the Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom
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