Ancient Egypt

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    Cleopatra VII

     Cleopatra VII
    In 30 B.C. Cleopatra VII died
  • Jan 1, 1352

    Egypt Religion

    Egypt Religion
    Akhenaten was a pharaoh who ruled ancient Egypt from 1352 B.C. to 1336 B.C. When Akhenaten took the throne of Egypt, he changed the focus of ancient Egyptian religion.
  • Jan 1, 1473

    Hetshepsut and Thutmosis III

    Hetshepsut and Thutmosis III
    Hatshepsut was a pharaoh who ruled ancient Egypt from 1473 B.C. to 1458 B.C. Hatshepsut came to power because her step-son Thutmosis III who was too young to take the throne.
    She was supposed to rule for Thutmosis III until he was old enough to rule on his own. However, after several years, Hatshepsut declared herself the pharaoh. Many important people at that time did not agree with her right to rule, but Hatshepsut ruled for many years on her own. When she died Thutmosis III became the pharaoh
  • Egypt and Nubia

    Egypt and Nubia
    Ariund 1900 B.C. and 1800 B.C. the Egyptians took control of Nubia.
  • Nubia and Egypt

    Nubia and Egypt
    Nubian king Piy conquered Egypt
  • Assyrians

    The Assyrians came from Mesopotamia. They conquered Egypt in 669 B.C., and controlled the country until 525 B.C.
  • Rosetta Stone

    Rosetta Stone
    In 196 B.C. this stele was carved with an agreement between a group of priests and the Egyptian government. It was written in three different scripts that were used in ancient Egypt at that time: hieroglyphic, demotic and ancient Greek. It is the Rosetta Stone.
  • Pyramid Of Giza

    Pyramid Of Giza
    Around 2600 B.C. the Pyramind of Giza was built for Pharaoh Khufu. It stands 147 metres high and its estimated weight is about 6,500,000 tonnes.