Friday, December 27, 2013

What happened for Egypt???

The civilization of ancient Egypt was the first in the history of the world. It is generally regarded as having been successful in about 3000 BC, when the lower valley of the Nile became unified under a single leader . To date , the only other people in the world to have aa literate.
He was one of the first , the ancient Egyptians were one of the most enduring civilizations in world history. The best days of ancient Egypt fell between c . 3000 BC and c . 1000 BC , but the civilization remained very continuity of centuries later. Egypt was the first power in the Middle East again between 612 and 525 BC, and the Macedonian conqueror Alexander the Great felt the need to be crowned pharaoh in 332 BC .
 His general, Ptolemy , becoming sovereign independent country in 305 BC, was also crowned pharaoh and his line lasted until the famous Queen Cleopatra , who died in 31 BC . Some may consider the civilization of Egypt under the Ptolemies as more Greek than Egyptian , but the oldest civilization was still quite vital for kings feel the need arises in the traditional style of the pharaohs. After that, the Nile valley became a province of the Roman Empire , and was found outside its borders for nearly a thousand years, during which culture has changed completely.
Achievements of civilization innovations involved in drafting - hieroglyphs - and the administration , in quarries and surveying, mathematics and architecture , irrigation and agricultural production methods , as well as some of the first ships .


Much of the art that has come down to us is the funery art - art designed for the tomb . The ancient Egyptians believed that life could continue as usual in the Hereafter , and so death were accompanied in their graves by the daily life and luxury goods - including art - for help them enjoy their new life.

Ancient Egyptian art has emphasized a rigid style has changed remarkably little over the millennia . This does not mean that Egyptian art was immutable - but the change took place in fairly narrow limits . Ironically, in the decline of the ancient Egyptian civilization centuries , his art became more conservative and rigid , dating back to the glory days of old.

The iconic Egyptian style two dimensions can be found in tombs, temples and statues. Egyptian statues were carved in stone and rock , or wood as a cheap alternative , with paint obtained from ore mined in the surrounding areas. The wall paintings in the tombs are often animated scenes of everyday life , bringing this ancient civilization vividly to life .


 The ancient Egyptians built some of the most impressive structures inspire the world has ever seen, like the pyramids of Giza. The construction of the pyramids was actually limited to the first days of the Egyptian civilization. Later , monumental architecture can be seen more clearly in the temples and giant statues of the Valley of the Kings and Abu Simbel.


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