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Title: Museum Entrance


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Museum Entrance
Museum of Egyptian Culture
Instruments, Music and Dance
Games and Entertainment
Art
Welcome to the Lobby
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Instruments, Dance, and Music
Back to Lobby
Cite Sources
Name
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Games and Entertainment
Museum of Egyptian Culture
Back to Lobby
Cite Sources
Name
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Art
Back to Lobby
Cite Sources
Name
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Museum of Egyptian culture
  • Chloe McCue Instruments, music and dance
  • Junior McBride Games and entertainment
  • Amanda Cullen Art

Back to Lobby
6
Music
  • At festivals they played many instruments like
    harps, drums, flutes, symbols and many more. They
    also had dancers that would leap and twirl and
    the people in the audience would dance and move
    to the rhythm.
  • Simply clapping or the tap of a foot could be
    important music for the Egyptians.
  • Music was heard in temples as part of worship.
  • The earliest evidence of music traced back to
    3100 BC.

Back to Room 1
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Instruments
  • The Egyptians used string instruments, wind
    instruments and percussion instruments.
  • Egyptian instruments were played at religious
    festivals.
  • The flute was created in the Old Kingdom.
  • The invented something called a lute in Egypt
    during the New Kingdom.

Back to Room 1
8
Dance
  • Girls had to know how  to dance because at
    festivals people picked among the servants to
    dance in front of the crowd.
  • Women who danced wore a kind of robe called a
    diaphanous robe or belt girdles made of beads.
  • Training for dancers began when they were just a
    young child.
  • The Egyptians danced at funerals in groups, not
    alone.
  • Girls danced at classes as part of education.

Back to Room 1
9
Games
  • Board games were great past time in pharaoh's
    lives and senet was the most popular.
  • Egyptian kids played with toy soldiers and dolls
    but they also loved chasing of birds.
  • Boys were much rougher than girls.  

Back to Room 2
10
Sports
  • Girls were more into dolls wall boys were into
    outdoor sports like archery , wrestling, swimming
    and running.
  • Egyptians had no organized sports but they did do
    wrestling, boxing, rowing, swimming, running and
    archery .
  • The Egyptian kids loved to play football
    (soccer).

Back to Room 2
11
Entertainment
  • Big activities in Egypt were tug of war and they
    fenced with sticks
  • Ancient Egyptian children played versions of
    leapfrog and hopscotch.
  • Big activities for boys were fencing and soccer
    Football.

Back to Room 2
12
Pottery
  • In 7000 BC the use of pottery for ancient
    Egyptians had begun.
  • Egypt created pottery before pyramids.
  • They decorated the pottery with patterns.

Back to Room 3
13
Hieroglyphics
  • Hieroglyphics began 5000 years ago.
  • After hieroglyphics they used a cursive writing
    called demotic.
  • Only scribes were allowed to write.

Back to Room 3
14
Paintings
  • Ancient Egyptians drew things that were special
    to them.
  • They used art to show their daily lives and work.
  • Art was important to their culture.

Back to Room 3
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