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Ancient Egyptian Hair

The ancient Egyptians were very particular about their beauty and hairstyles.Moreover, hairstyles determined the status of the individual in society.

Wigs were popular among the middle and upper classes, probably the richest maintaining a larger selection of wigs. Wigs were made by barbers or specialists wig, one of the trades open to Egyptian women.

Gray hair was hidden by the application of henna since the mid-fourth millennium BC at least. Sometimes it was tinged with an ointment containing astringent juniper and two other, unidentified plants that provided the coloring agent.

However, the wig has played an important role. Wigs were also deemed necessary for the afterlife, they were buried in mass graves, some of which are specialized in the chest wig.


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Ancient Egyptian Cooking and Cuisine

The climate dictated the kind of food that formed a part of ancient Egyptian cuisine. Bread was a major part of this cuisine. This bread was exclusively prepared from emmer wheat. At times, barley was also used.

An interesting fact remains to be that bread was available in 30 different shapes. From the round bread called as pita, there was also bread that was baked in the shapes of animals or birds. At times, this bread also included some healthy fillings.

This can be named to be the first signs of sandwich seen out here! Bread was often eaten along with vegetables. This included celery, lettuce, cucumber, scallions etc.Garlic was also used predominantly.

Ancient Egyptian food also included pulses, chickpeas, cabbages, turnips, lentils and beans. Sometimes, vegetables such as celery were eaten raw. Fruits also formed an important part of ancient Egyptian cuisine. Grapes were the most popular amongst all.

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Ancient Egypt Art History

Ancient Egyptian arts and crafts are characterized by their unique style which was different from arts and crafts from other regions of the world at that time.

Egyptian arts and crafts took its birth in the lower Nile valley. Archaeological excavations have indicated this. Although religious in nature, the art was also an extension of nature and sometimes native culture.

The quality of art and craft items was based on their simplicity and sophistication. Artists preferred the use of lines to express their art in the right proportions. Flat areas on art items were also used extensively.

This was the signature style of ancient Egyptian art and craft. In ancient Egypt, arts and crafts were intended to appease the Pharaoh.

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Ancient Egyptian Numbers

Egyptians used the lunary system of numbers. In this system, a simple line meant one; two lines meant two, three lines three and so on. When it reached 10, a new symbol like an inverted U was used.

The Egyptian number system was additive. Large numbers were represented by collections of the glyphs and the value was obtained by simply adding the individual numbers together.

Similarly, the Egyptians did not follow a numbering system like ours, where there are 9 digits 0 to 9 and larger numbers are formed with these figures. They had the system unary numbers, agreement between the ancient civilizations.

In this system, a single line means one, two lines means two or three rows of three and so on. When he reached 10, a new symbol of an inverted U was used. A coil of rope was a symbol of a hundred.

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Ancient Egyptian Animals

Perhaps, one of the few ancient communities who regarded animals as sacred was the Egyptian community. It is interesting to study about the animals of Ancient Egypt.

Cats were worshipped by the people. Bastet was the cat goddess. Cat mummies are found out in large numbers. Cats were popular companions of the people.

A bull represented power, aggression and masculinity. A cow's quiet demeanour suggested a gentle aspect of feminine beauty. Her gift of milk was considered important.

The lion was connected with the rising and the setting of the sun, and so were thought to be guardians of the horizon and were linked to solar deities.

In Ancient Egypt, the fish had both sacred and scorned species. Some were sacred in some places and not allowed to be eaten, whereas in other places, anyone could eat the fish. Some of the fish in Egypt included the carp, perch and catfish.

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It is common knowledge to historians that the Egyptians took immense care in their appearance. They were proud of their beauty. Clothing also indicated the social status of an individual. The hot and humid climate of Egypt had clearly influenced their way of dressing. This was why they were wearing little or nothing. The items were usually light and thin.

Egyptians favored light clothing made from plant fibers. Most of the time the clothes were made of linen which is made from a blue-flowered plant called flax. White washing machine needed constant. He was washed into the river or canal, rinsed, then pounded on a stone, and, bleached in the sun.

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