WEB SITES ON ANCIENT EGYPT FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS

Access these sites through your computer’s Internet connection. Open the underlined address (URL). Information can be printed or downloaded to your computer. Be sure to follow links to other sites and find your way back with the "back" button. All of the sites listed were active as of April 2, 2007. The evaluation is by the AVA Center staff according to the amount of information given and its potential use in the classroom.

Due to the exhibit at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia "Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs", we have noted those sites that focus on Tutankhamun with a pyramid

WEBSITES            LESSON PLANS & CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES            WEBQUESTS

WEBSITES

TUTANKHAMUN AND THE GOLDEN AGE OF THE PHARAOHS    START HERE!  NEW!
http://www2.fi.edu/tut/index.html
The official site for the exhibit. Sections include: Exhibition Information, About King Tut, Media Gallery, Educational Resources and Upcoming Tut Events. The Educational Resources includes a Teacher’s Guide: "THE SCIENCE OF ANCIENT EGYPT: Adding a Science Perspective to an Art Exhibit This guide, created especially for educators and presented by Mellon, makes connections between Tutankhamun exhibit content and K-12 science curriculum. The guide features science-related resources and activities geared toward three specific audiences: grades K-4, 5-8, and 9-12.
Within each grade grouping, there are three areas of scientific exploration, with corresponding connections to the National Science Education Standards and the Pennsylvania state science assessment anchors. For activities beyond the topics presented here, there are also annotated lists of links to external websites for more information about Ancient Egypt. While the content presented here is designed with science teachers in mind, there are many obvious connections for social studies teachers."
Note: In the Very Good section is the link to the exhibition site for the Philadelphia exhibition. Excellent

THE ANCIENT EGYPT SITE             START HERE!
http://www.ancient-egypt.org/index.html
This site has a vast amount of information on Ancient Egypt. Sections: The History of Ancient Egypt, Monuments and Sites of Ancient Egypt, The Language of Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egypt from A to Z, The Ancient Egypt Bibliography, and World Wide Ancient Egypt. Outstanding. This site has been updated and improved. Excellent

ETERNAL EGYPT              START HERE!
http://www.eternalegypt.org/EternalEgyptWebsiteWeb/HomeServlet?ee_website_action_key=action.display.splash&ee_messages=0001.clientrequired.text
A huge site on ancient Egypt. Take a guided tour as an introduction. Sections: Connections, Map, Timeline, Multimedia, Library, Topics, Type, Sites & Museums, Search and Digital Guide (allows for mobile access). Includes audio files. The Multimedia section has 4 Virtual Environments, 42 3-Dimensional Views, 8 360° Views, 12 Animations, 4 Webcams, and 1975 Zoomable Pictures. Outstanding. Excellent

VIRTUAL EGYPT         START HERE!
http://www.virtual-egypt.com/
A huge site with excellent information on ancient Egypt. Includes Galleries, Photo Tours, Timelines, Flash movies, Models, Poems, Lessons, Games, Satellite photos, and much, much more. Outstanding. Excellent

                                                                                                   

ALL ABOUT EGYPT – LINKS                         NEW!
http://www.suelebeau.com/egypt.htm

A page of links to websites about Egypt for elementary and middle school students. You will find most of the links elsewhere on this list. Excellent

ANCIENT EGYPT
http://www.kidskonnect.com/AncientEgypt/EgyptHome.html#anchor174801
A long list of kid-friendly sites on ancient Egypt. Sections: Hieroglyphics, Gods, Mummies, Nile River, Pharaohs, Pyramids, and Other. Excellent

ANCIENT EGYPT FOR KIDS                 NEW!
http://egypt.mrdonn.org/index.html
"The ancient Egyptians were fascinating people, and thanks to the movies, are often misunderstood. The ancient Egyptians were not in love with death, but with life! They enjoyed their life to the fullest. They worked very hard, but saved time to enjoy family, friends, music, parties, swimming, fishing, hunting, sailing, and especially their children, all of which were very important to the ancient Egyptians.
We think you'll be truly amazed at what you will discover about those creative, clever, curious, hard working, life-loving, game-creating, light-hearted people - the ancient Egyptians. We think you'll like them!"
S
ections :Geography/Nile River, The Two Lands/Unification/The Three Kingdoms, Hieroglyphics/Rosetta Stone, Gods & Goddesses/Temples, Mummies & The Afterlife, Daily Life/Grave Goods, Famous Pharaohs, Government Officials/Vizier, Professions/Jobs, Women in Ancient Egypt, Pyramids/Tombs, King Tut's Tomb, Cartouches & Obelisks, Sphinx, Ancient Egyptian Tall Tales, Games/Activities, Free Clip Art. Excellent

ANCIENT EGYPT: THE ETERNAL VOICE
http://mcclungmuseum.utk.edu/permex/egypt/egypt.htm
An online exhibit from the McLung Museum on Ancient Egypt. Click on the photos for a larger view. Includes an additional exhibit: Scholars, Scoundrels and the Sphinx. Also links. Excellent

ANCIENT EGYPT – 42EXPLORE
http://www.42explore2.com/egypt.htm
Basic information on ancient Egypt plus activities, links and games. Excellent

ANCIENT EGYPT – GUARDIAN’S EGYPT
http://www.guardians.net/egypt/
A series of "cyberjourneys": Pyramids, Mummies, Hieroglyphs, Gods/Goddesses.. Colorful photos and descriptions give you a feeling of being there. The Kids Section has links to fun activities and games. Excellent

ANCIENT EGYPT – HISTORY FOR KIDS
http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/egypt/index.htm
Information on Ancient Egypt for students. Sections: History (with Timeline), Environment, Religion, Clothing, Food, Science, Economy, People, Writing, Games, Art, Architecture, Pyramids, War, Books About Egypt, Crafts and Projects on Egypt, Teacher’s Guides for Egypt and more. Excellent

ANCIENT EGYPT: ONLINE AT THE ROM (ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM)
http://www.rom.on.ca/egypt/
An extensive site for students of all ages. Explore the Discovery Case, learn how to make a mummy, Visit the Online Gallery, and Take a VR Tour of the Ancient Egypt Gallery. Click on the "Prepared for you by our teachers and educators…." paragraph to enter. Excellent

THE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN CULTURE EXHIBIT
http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/prehistory/egypt/index.shtml
An online exhibit from the eMuseum on Ancient Egypt. Very thorough. Sections: Daily Life, Art, Military, Architecture, Hieroglyphs, Religion, Government, Maps, History and Archeology. Includes Links, References, Word Search game, Concentration Game and more. Note: We couldn’t get the Word Search game to work. Excellent

THE ART OF ANCIENT EGYPT: A WEB RESOURCE
http://www.metmuseum.org/explore/newegypt/htm/a_index.htm
An online resource from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NY. Organized around three themes, it includes a Timeline, 40 Objects from their collection and Resources and Curriculum Connections. The Resources section includes links, a glossary, lesson plans, classroom activities and worksheets. The Curriculum Connection section includes lesson plans (the same ones) and classroom activities organized into curriculum areas: Art, Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Math and Drama, Dance and Music. Excellent    Also listed in Lesson Plans section

BRITISH MUSEUM’S ANCIENT EGYPT FOR CHILDREN
http://www.ancientegypt.co.uk/menu.html
An outstanding site by the British Museum which has one of the greatest Egyptian collections outside of Egypt. Each section includes the Story which provides information, Explore which takes you through the topic and Challenge which is a game or project to do. Sections: Egyptian Life, Geography, Gods & Goddesses, Mummification, Pharaoh, Pyramids, Temples, Time, Trades, and Writing. Excellent

COLOR ME EGYPT
http://www.ancientnile.co.uk/funtrumpet.php
A fun site for kids on Egypt. Sections: History of Egypt, Egyptian Monuments, Ancient Religion, Life in Ancient Egypt, Modern Egypt for Kids, Activities and Games and Story Book. The Activities and Games section has Word Search puzzles, Cut and Color activities, a Coloring Book and Write Your Name in Hieroglyphics. The Story Book has three full-length online books and a long list of stories suitable for students. Outstanding. Excellent

CURSE OF THE PHARAOHS – FUN FOR KIDS
http://www.geocities.com/TheTropics/7210/frame.htm
A colorful, lively site with sections on The Pyramid, Ramadan, Fun for Kids, Egypt’s Pride, and the Egypt Web Ring. The Kids section includes: Make Your Own Mummy, Design a Burial Chamber, Design a Pharaonic box, Games to Download, Hear the Trumpet of Tutankhamun, Pharaoh Puzzle, See Your Name in Hieroglyphics, and See Egyptian Wildlife. Excellent

DAILY LIFE IN ANCIENT EGYPT                                            
http://members.aol.com/Donnclass/Egyptlife.html
Fun site for students on life in Ancient Egypt. Includes quizzes, video clips, tall tales, daily life, and some terrific links to sites for kids. Outstanding. Excellent

THE DAUGHTER OF RA – HATSHEPSUT
http://www.daughterofra.com/

A multimedia site about Pharaoh Hatshepsut, one of the few female pharaohs. Sections: The Story, Project History, Photo and Videos, and Actresses. On the Video page, there are 24 thumbnail photos. Click on a photo to see a brief video about that topic/site. Excellent

DR. HAWASS – THE PLATEAU
http://www.guardians.net/hawass/
The official web site of Dr. Zahi Hawass, Undersecretary of State for the Giza Monuments and official archeologist for the Egyptian excavations. A must-see site by the man who knows the area best. Some of the sections include: Personal Info, Egypt News, Valley of the Mummies, Sphinx & Pyramids, Recent Discoveries, Site Information, Egyptian History, Articles, Map of Egypt and much more. Excellent

EGYPT AND THE NEAR EAST FOR YOUNG PEOPLE AND TEACHERS – A Gateway Site
http://asmar.uchicago.edu/OI/DEPT/RA/ABZU/YOUTH_RESOURCES.HTML
A large list of links for students and separate list of resources for teachers. Note: Scroll down the page to see the fullest list. Excellent

THE EGYPT ARCHIVE – FREE PHOTOS TO USE
http://www.egyptarchive.co.uk/index.htm
A collection of excellent copyright-free photos that you can use on your website or students can use in reports. Excellent

EGYPT: MUMMIES, A SPHINX, A PALACE
http://www.museum.upenn.edu/new/exhibits/galleries/egyptian.html
An online exhibit from the Univ. of Pennsylvania on Ancient Egypt. In addition to Write Like an Egyptian, it includes Egyptian Hieroglyphs Illustrated, Fun (activities) and Egypt: A New Look @ an Ancient Culture – an online exhibit. Excellent


EGYPT: SECRETS OF AN ANCIENT WORLD
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/pyramids/
A National Geographic site on Ancient Egypt. Click on Explore the Pyramids for an online Adventure. Online Feature: Four Days to Tackle Egypt?. Also New Stories, Interactive Features, Kids (games and activities), and Lesson Plans. Excellent

EGYPT VOYAGER VIRTUAL TOURS
http://www.egyptvoyager.com/virtualtours.htm
Virtual tours of different sites in Egypt: Cairo, Dendera, Giza, Karnak, Saqqara, Solar Boat Museum, and Wissa Wassef. The tours are 360◦ panoramas. Click on the panorama to stop it, slow it down, move left or right or zoom in on a view. Excellent

EGYPTIAN ART                     NEW URL!
http://www.egyptartsite.com/
An extensive site by artist Richard Deurer. His artwork has modern subjects rendered in the style of the ancient Egyptians, i.e. The First Brunch, The Graceland Papyrus {Can YOU spot Elvis? There is also: Pyramid Acres (his Egyptian-style home); Tour Egypt (photos), Modern Egyptian Gallery (photos of life along the Nile in 1966); Ancient Egyptian Gallery (monuments); Ancient Egyptian Mythology; Egyptian Mummification; Children’s Gallery; Hieroglyphs; Ancient Egyptian Design; Egyptian Kings; Egyptian History and more. Excellent

EGYPTIAN MUSEUM ONLINE
http://www.egyptianmuseum.gov.eg/
The official site of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Note: We’ve had spotty success in getting this site. When it works, it has photos of some of the best of their collections. It also has three games. Sections: Masterpieces, Restoration, Pharaonic Gods, Pharaonic Eras, Games and Useful Links. Excellent

EGYPTIANS
http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/egyptians/
A BBC site on ancient Egypt. A huge site with sound files, articles, a Multimedia Zone and much more. The Multimedia Zone includes games. Articles include: Voices from Ancient Egypt (incl. sound files), The Story of the Nile, Ancient Egyptian Magic, Private Lives of the Pyramid Builders, Careers for Women in Ancient Egypt and more. Outstanding. Excellent

EGYPTOLOGY ONLINE
http://www.egyptologyonline.com/index.htm

A huge site with information about ancient Egypt. See the Site Index for the complete list of sections. Sections include: Life in Egypt, Chronology, History, Pharaohs, Monuments, Pyramids, Great Discoveries and many more. Note: We have listed the profile of Tutankhamun separately on this list. Excellent

EGYPTOMANIA – CMA KIDS
http://www.clevelandart.org/kids/egypt/index.html
A fun site for kids on Egypt from the Cleveland Museum of Art. Sections: Find Out, Tour, Activities and Make It. Excellent

HATHOR’S REALM                                                
http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Atrium/4908/
A long list of animations that can be downloaded and used on a student’s web site. Note: Some are on this page. Excellent

LITTLE HORUS
http://www.horus.ics.org.eg/en/Default_HTML.aspx
A fun site for younger students on Egypt, both modern and ancient. Check out the History section for life in ancient times. Outstanding. Excellent

MUMMIES UNWRAPPED – A ThinkQuest Site
http://library.thinkquest.org/J003409/
A ThinkQuest site on mummification. Sections: A site all about mummies from around the world. Sections: Mud, Bog, China, Inca, Ice, Egypt, Animal Mummies, Unique Mummies, Mummy Recipe, Mummy Stars, Links and an excellent Word Search. Excellent

THE MUMMY MAKER – GAME                                     NEW URL!
http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/egyptians/launch_gms_mummy_maker.shtml
"Enter the embalmer's workshop, where you are to prepare the body of Ramose, officer to the king, for burial.
The chief embalmer, Kha, is watching your work closely.
You must do it perfectly - Kha's reputation rests on your shoulders.
And Ramose's prospects of reaching paradise depend entirely on you."
Excellent

MYSTERIES OF EGYPT – CCMC                            
http://www.civilization.ca/civil/egypt/egypt_e.html
Outstanding site connected to an Ancient Egypt museum exhibition. Sections: Virtual Reality Gallery (take a tour of the Tomb of Tutankhamun and of Egyptian artifacts); Tutankhamun: Life, Death, Funeral, Tomb, Treasures, Curse; Egyptian Civilization; Hatshepsut: Info on this woman pharaoh, includes a script for a play "Hatshepsut: Temptress of the Nile"; Imax Film information; Tour of the Egypt exhibition. Follow the sailboat at the bottom of the page to get to the Main Menu. Includes excellent links and an extensive Teacher’s Guide to download for free. Excellent

MYSTERIES OF THE NILE
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/egypt/
A NOVA online adventure exploring ancient Egypt. "Explore the Pyramids, temples, and other monumental architecture of ancient Egypt through riveting 360° photos shot during this NOVA/PBS Online Adventure. With real-time dispatches and digital photos filed from the Nile in March 1999 and from a quarry in Massachusetts in August and September 1999 during the filming of the NOVA program "Pharaoh's Obelisk," the adventure chronicles both NOVA's search for archaic clues to obelisk-raising, and its attempt to erect one of these pillars of stone itself. Learn what happened, meet the team, and try to lever your own obelisk." Excellent        See the How Did They Do It? lesson plan for this site.

NEFERCHICHI’S TOMB
http://www.neferchichi.com/index.html
Don’t be fooled by the tongue-in-cheek tone of the site. Includes some terrific clipart, info, lesson plans and more. Sections: Clipart, Fonts, Lesson Plans, All About Mummies, Pharaohs. Writing with Hieroglyphs, Gods & Goddesses, Scribes’ Book List, Kids Page, Digital Postcards, Egyptian Mad Libs, Downloads, Egyptian 3D Pictures and more. Outstanding. Excellent

ODYSSEY IN EGYPT
http://www.website1.com/odyssey/home.html
Students "join" archeologists excavating in Egypt. "Each week you will be able to log into these World Wide Web pages and watch and participate with an archaeological excavation in action. You can: • meet and interact with the people at the excavation, • see the discoveries and objects uncovered during the week, • learn about how archaeology is done, • learn about life in Egypt •help us figure out solutions to different problems that we face at the site." Excellent

ODYSSEY ONLINE
http://www.emory.edu/CARLOS/ODYSSEY/index.html
Excellent resource for information on the Middle East. Click on Egypt. Sections include: People, Mythology, Daily Life, Death & Burial, Writing and Archeology. A vast site. Excellent

THE PHARAOH’S CLINIC – A ThinkQuest Site
http://library.thinkquest.org/C005492/
An examination of ancient Egyptian medical and religious texts and their relation to mummification and medical practices. Click on the site map for a long list of topics covered. Excellent

PHARAOH’S OBELISK – A NOVA SITE – see also MYSTERIES OF THE NILE
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/lostempires/obelisk/
A companion site to the NOVA program "Pharaoh’s Obelisk" studying how "the ancients shaped, transported, and erected their elegant obelisks." Sections: How Big Were They?, Cutting Granite with Sand, NOVA Raises and Obelisk, Lever an Obelisk (game), Explore Ancient Egypt, and Mysteries of the Nile. Includes Resources and a Teacher’s Guide. Excellent

PYRAMID CHALLENGE – GAME                         NEW URL!
http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/egyptians/launch_gms_pyramid_builder.shtml
"J
ourney back four and a half thousand years to Egypt's Old Kingdom, to the Pyramid Age.
As the vizier, or head of state, you are about to undertake the most important project of your career - the building of the king’s pyramid.
To succeed in this task, you must be a good all-rounder. Not only should you be able to motivate your workforce, but you must have good observational skills and the ability to steer a barge up the Nile, avoiding hippos and crocodiles. Have you got what it takes to be a pyramid builder?"
Excellent

PYRAMIDS: THE INSIDE STORY – A NOVA SITE see also MYSTERIES OF THE NILE
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/pyramid/
A companion site to the NOVA program. Sections: Explore the Pyramids, Follow the Excavation. (Note: This site doesn’t look promising from the home page but has a lot of excellent information once you get into it.) Excellent

THE QUEST FOR IMMORTALITY: TREASURES OF ANCIENT EGYPT
http://www.nga.gov/exhibitions/2002/egypt/
Resources from the National Gallery of Art on Egypt. Sections: Virtual Tour of the Tomb of Tutmose III, Streaming Video, Streaming Slideshow, Selected Objects, and Resources. Excellent

RIGBY’S WORLD OF EGYPT
http://homepage.powerup.com.au/~ancient/
A huge, colorful site with a ton of information. Sections: Tour of Egypt, Artist’s View of Egypt, Egypt From Space, Egyptian Museum, Tutankhamun, Ancient Love Poems, Egyptian Pyramids, Ancient Egyptian Lives, Postcards from Egypt, Egyptian Chronology, Egyptian Glossary, Egypt News Desk, Egyptian Bookshop, Egyptian Antiquities, and Egypt Web. Outstanding. Excellent

TALE OF THREE CITIES
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/3cities/
A National Geographic site. Examines three cities in three different eras to show the contrasts and continuity between then and now. The cities: Alexandria in A.D. 1; Cordoba in A.D. 1,000; and New York City in A.D. 2000. Sections: Communications, Music, Food, Pastimes, Medicine, Animals. Religion, Curios, People and Outside. Excellent

THE TOMB OF SENNEFERI
http://www.newton.cam.ac.uk/egypt/tt99/index.html
The official web site for the excavation of the Tomb of Senneferi. Students can follow the action with the Dig Diary 2000 and see video clips of the excavation. Excellent

TOUR EGYPT                                                                                     
http://touregypt.net/
The official site for the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism. Has a lot of information on past and present Egypt including tourist information. There is a children’s section and a Daily Crossword Puzzle. For best results, click on the Site Map for a large list of resources. Excellent

TREASURES OF THE SUNKEN CITY – ALEXANDRIA
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/sunken/
A companion NOVA site about the underwater discovery of the ancient Pharos lighthouse, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Sections: Mapping the Treasures, Jean Yves Empereur: The Riches of Alexandria, Unforgettable Moments (video clips), and Seven Wonders: Get Clued In. Includes a transcript of the program. Excellent

TUTANKHAMUN: EGYPTOLOGY ONLINE                 NEW!
http://www.egyptologyonline.com/tutankhamun.htm
A profile with photos on pharaoh Tutankhamun. See EGYPTOLOGY ONLINE http://www.egyptologyonline.com/index.htm elsewhere on this list for the rest of the vast resources on this site. Excellent

UNRAVELING THE MYSTERIES OF KING TUTANKHAMUN                 NEW!
http://magma.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/tut/mysteries/index.html?fs=www7.nationalgeographic.com
An online National Geographic exhibit about the tomb and mummy of Tutankhamun. Sections: Home, Journey into the Afterlife, Royal Wrappings, High-Tech Forensics and Resources. Check out the Resources section for links to other National Geographic exhibits and resources. In High-Tech Forensics, click on the Face of Tutankhamun to see a facial reconstruction using modern forensic methods. Excellent

WILD EGYPT: AN ONLINE SAFARI
http://touregypt.net/wildegypt/index.htm
"Welcome to Wild Egypt! Prepare yourself for a fantastic adventure as we go in search of Egypt's colorful wildlife, all from the safety and comfort of your terminal. We have some virtual safaris ready for you to take, and more are on the way (provided the guides responsible for getting all the pictures return in one piece)." 
Tours: A Nile Journey, An Over-Land Adventure, and A Red Sea Dive. Excellent photos. Excellent

A WOMAN CALLED EGYPT – A ThinkQuest Site
http://library.thinkquest.org/C003877F/English/
Cleopatra has fascinated us for centuries. This site focuses on Cleopatra and the Egypt of her time. Sections include: Characters (Gods, Profiles, Family Tree); Costumes (Beauty Only Skin Deep, Instruction for Makeup, Clothes); Production Notes (Puppet Theatre, Readers’ Theatre, Play {with full script}, Teacher’s Guide); and a Site Map. Although the information is not very detailed, this is a good site for activities. Excellent

YOU WOULDN’T WANT TO BE AN EGYPTIAN MUMMY: DISGUSTING THINGS YOU’D RATHER NOT KNOW – ONLINE CHILDREN’S BOOK
http://www.salariya.com/web_books/mummy/index.html
A fun, colorful online book about the mummification process. For intermediate children and up. Excellent

THE AKHET-ATEN HOME PAGE
http://www.katherinestange.com/egypt/

Information about the Amarna period of ancient Egyptian history. Sections: Introduction, Akhenaton, Nefertiti, Aten, Akhetaten, Art, Literature, Digging, Glossary, Postcards, Discussion and more. Also includes Weblinks, References, For Students, For Teachers and Re-Creation. The For Students section has pointers for research and homework assignments on where to look for information. The For Teachers section has weblinks for teachers and students. Very Good

AKHET EGYPTOLOGY: THE HORIZON TO THE PAST
http://www.akhet.co.uk/mainpage.htm
An extensive site on ancient Egypt. Sections: Akhenaton and Amarna, Tutankhamun, Mummy Masks, Art of the Afterlife, Grave Goods, Tombs and Temples, Sculpture, Mythology, Clickable Mummy, The King List, Scottish Egyptology, and Museums and Collections. Very Good

ALL ABOUT EGYPT
http://cybersleuth-kids.com/sleuth/History/Ancient_Civilizations/Egypt/
A fun site for students about Egypt. Sections: Daily Life; Geography and Maps; Hieroglyphics; Kingdoms; Life in Ancient Egypt; Mummies; Mythology; Pharaohs, Kings and Queens; Pyramids; Religions; and Temples. Very Good

ANCIENT EGYPT AT HISTORY 101
http://www.historylink101.com/ancient_egypt.htm

Links for students on ancient Egypt. Sections: Egyptian Daily Life, Egyptian Art, Egyptian Pictures, Egyptian Biographies, Egyptian Research, Egyptian Maps, Ancient Egyptian Pictures (including a Virtual Tour), Egyptian Religion and more. Also includes an Egyptian Art Lesson. Very Good

ANCIENT EGYPT - SNAITH PRIMARY
http://www.snaithprimary.eril.net/egindex.htm
A site from a primary school in the UK with good information for primary/intermediate students on Ancient Egypt. Very Good

ANCIENT EGYPT – A THINKQUEST SITE             NEW!
http://library.thinkquest.org/4368/
A site by students for elementary students on Ancient Egypt. Sections: Egyptian Challenge, Egyptian Wordsearch, Crossword Puzzles, Who Am I?, Timeline, Rosacrucian Museum, Mummies, Tutankhamun, Hieroglyphics, Pyramids, Gods & Goddesses, Festivals, Glossary, Bibliography and Resources. For upper elementary students. Somewhat hard to read. Very Good

ANCIENT EGYPT: A THINKQUEST SITE
http://library.thinkquest.org/CR0210200/ancient_egypt/egypt.htm
A site by students for students about ancient Egypt. Sections: Facts, Online Activities, Egyptian Crafts, Recipes, and Resources. Excellent Activities and Crafts sections. Very Good         Also in Lesson Plans section.

ANCIENT EGYPT VIRTUAL TEMPLE
http://showcase.netins.net/web/ankh/

Not really a virtual temple tour but a collection of a large number of Egypt topics such as: Religion & Beliefs, Culture & Daily Life, Mummies, Egyptian Calendar, Architecture, Pyramids, Music & Dance, Wine & Winemaking, Hieroglyphs, Egyptian Medicine, Temple Gardens, and much more. Each section has a description with illustrations and photos. The Just for Kids section has games to download. Very Good

ANCIENT EGYPT’S DEEPEST SECRETS REVEALED – A THINKQUEST SITE
http://library.thinkquest.org/J002046F/introduction.htm
A site by students for students on ancient Egypt. Sections: Life in Ancient Egypt, Gods and Goddesses, Death in Ancient Egypt, Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt, Hieroglyphics, The Kingdoms of Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian Structures, and Games including quizzes and puzzles. For intermediate/junior/senior high students. Very Good

ANCIENT EGYPT’S SANDS OF TIME – A ThinkQuest Site
http://library.thinkquest.org/J002589/
A ThinkQuest site designed by students. Sections include: Mummies, Pyramids, Medicine, Gods & Goddesses, Howard Carter, Animals, Ramses II, Nile River, Games, Links, Reference, and Quiz. Very Good

ANCIENT HISTORY SOURCEBOOK: EGYPT
http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/ancient/asbook04.html
A guide to online texts on ancient Egypt. Geared toward high school and up. Very Good

ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN HISTORY – A ThinkQuest Site
http://library.thinkquest.org/10805/index.html
A ThinkQuest site developed by students. Focuses on Greece, Rome and Egypt with a timeline that draws them together. The section on Egypt includes: Time Frame, Origins and Religion, Succession of Dynasties, Map of Egypt, Sources for Egypt, and a 3D Pyramid. Very Good

ARAB NET – A Gateway Site                                 NEW URL!
http://www.arab.net/egypt/
A gateway site for information on the Arab world. The Egypt section is divided into: Overview, History (detailed), Geography (including wildlife), Business, Culture, Government, Transport, and Tour Guide. Very Good

ARCHITECTURE OF EGYPT                            
http://www.greatbuildings.com/places/egypt.html
A list of some of the great buildings and monuments of Egypt such as the Great Pyramid of Khufu. (Note: Not all are ancient) Each one gives information such as the architect, date, location, construction type, climate, images, site plans, 3-D models, and a commentary. Very Good

ASPECTS OF LIFE IN ANCIENT EGYPT
http://nefertiti.iwebland.com/timelines/topics/

An extensive list of topics on life in ancient Egypt including manufacturing, mining, agriculture, the economy, health, clothing, social relationships, and more. Very Good

CHARIOT TO HEAVEN – CHILDREN’S STORY
http://griffith.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/gri/9chario0.html
This is a children’s story about two children who live in Mennufer (Memphis) during the reign of Pharaoh Tutankhamun (1336-1327 BC). Photos of modern Mennufer are included as well as instructions for translating hieroglyphics. (Note: The story has been completed since the last list) Very Good

CLEOPATRA: A MULTIMEDIA GUIDE TO THE ANCIENT WORLD
http://www.artic.edu/cleo/index.html
Uses artifacts from the Chicago Museum of Art. Sections: Timeline, Glossary, Maps and Lesson Plans. The Glossary includes audio files pronouncing the word. The items pictured on the home page, in the timeline and the glossary link to information about them and how they were used/made. "Included in Cleopatra is a set of lesson plans based on nine of the objects and designed to provide interdisciplinary classroom activities that will enhance students’ understanding of ancient cultures, sometimes through drawing connections to their own. Intended for grades four through twelve, the plans follow a set format." Very Good          Also listed in Lesson Plans section

THE CURSE OF TUT: FACT OR MYTH?
http://www.tqnyc.org/NYC00112/

A site for students about King Tut and the supposed curse of the mummy. Sections: Lock/Key Puzzle, Profile of Tut, Curse of Tut, Tomb of Tut, Hieroglyphs, Pictures, Death of Tut, Howard Carter and Links. Very Good

DAN MURPHY’S MUMMY PAGE
http://www.site-ology.com/egypt/
A good site for intermediate students on mummies, how they were made and more. Sections: Religion, Funerals, How, Tombs, Where, and King Tut. Very Good

DEEP IN THE TOMBS OF EGYPT                         NEW URL!
http://ancienthistory.mrdonn.org/Tombs.html
Students must find their way out of the pharaoh’s tomb by decoding messages with information found in the links. Note: We found a couple of broken links on this site. Very Good

DIG – THE ARCHEOLOGY MAGAZINE FOR KIDS
http://www.digonsite.com/index.html
An archeology magazine for kids. The articles are not online but there is a great deal of good information. Check out Ask Dr. Dig (lots of questions & answers listed), Fantastic Factoids, Quiz (17 quizzes), Glossary and Parents/Teachers. Very Good

EGYPT: GIFT OF THE NILE
http://www.seattleartmuseum.org/exhibit/archive/egypt/site.htm
An online exhibit featuring activities for students. Includes: Egyptomania, Offerings, Egyptopedia, The Ten Eternal Truths of Ancient Egypt, and more. Very Good             See lesson plans for this site.

EGYPT INDEX
http://www.bluffton.edu/~sullivanm/egypt/egyptindex.html

A very large collection of recent photos of Egyptian sites and objects. Sites include: Abu Simbel, Cairo, Giza, Karnak, Luxor, Saqqara and more. Very Good

EGYPT: LAND OF ETERNITY
http://members.tripod.com/~ib205/
A good general site on ancient Egypt. Sections: Map, Chronological History, Kings & Queens of Egypt, Tombs of Eternity, Monuments to Glory, Ancient Texts, Gods & Goddesses, Astronomy/Astrology, Death & The Afterlife, and Links & Bibliography. Note: This site has a large number of pop-ups. - Navigate through the link bar – the Back button didn’t work very well on this site. Very Good

EGYPT’S GOLDEN EMPIRE
http://www.pbs.org/empires/egypt/#
An interactive online "Experience". Includes a Timeline and Educational Resources (lesson plans). Companion site to a TV series. Very Good                        NOTE: We have the series on DVD.

EGYPTIAN ADVENTURE – A ThinkQuest Junior Site
http://library.thinkquest.org/J002657/
Sections include: Valley of the Kings, Ramses II, Cleopatra, Mummification, Imhotep & King Djoser, Egyptian Flag, Valley of the Queens, Recipes, Nefertiti, Steps to Immortality, Classes of Egypt, Picture of the Sphinx, King Tut, Hatshepsut, Seti I, Gods of Egypt, Farming, Team, Rosetta Stone, Akhenaton, Thutmose III, Colossi of Memnon, and Ultimate Challenge. Very Good

EGYPTIAN ARCHEOLOGY – FUN SITE
http://archive.ncsa.uiuc.edu/Cyberia/VideoTestbed/Projects/Mummy/archaeology.html
Not what it sounds like. Click on the pictures for links to information on Egyptian Fun (games), Music & Art, Home (homes), School, Food, and Pets. Click on the Egyptian symbols at the bottom for Mummy, Technology, Architecture, Art and Hieroglyphics. Brief information but very good for elementary students. Note: Some of the links are broken. Very Good

FRUIT OF THE NILE
http://www.fruitofthenile.com/index.html
A website on ancient Egypt. Sections: Religion, Pharaohs, Symbols, Dynasties, Scrolls (Books) and Links. Suitable for students. Very Good

GANDER ACADEMY’S ANCIENT EGYPT THEME PAGE
http://www.cdli.ca/CITE/egypt.htm
A student-oriented page on ancient Egypt. Sections: Student Activity Sheets, Ancient Egypt Lessons, General Links, Pharaohs, History, Mummies, Hieroglyphics, Pyramids, Daily Life, Gods, Clothing, Museums, King Tut, Teacher Resources, and Famous Egyptians. Very Good

                                                                               

GAVIN’S EGYPTOMANIA PAGES
http://web.ukonline.co.uk/gavin.egypt/index.htm
A very extensive site detailing the work of several Egyptologists. Includes a huge number of sections with photos of artifacts, drawings, postcards, advertisements, commemorative stamps, ceramics, and more showing how Egypt is depicted in popular culture. Very Good

HARLEY’S REALLY SCARY EGYPT PROJECT – AN ONLINE/PRINTABLE BOOK FOR CHILDREN
http://www.pnc.com.au/~roypond/textfolder/harleytext.html

A fun book on ancient Egypt for kids. You can read it online or print it out. Very Good

HIEROGLYPHICS! A GUIDE AND WEB DIRECTORY TO EGYPTIAN WRITING
http://www.historylink101.com/lessons/art_history_lessons/egypt_art1.htm
"
Welcome to Hieroglyphics! A guide and web directory to Egyptian hieroglyphic, also called (correctly) hieroglyphs. Despite the exclamation point, this page is for all ages and includes academic as well as juvenile links. On this site you will find essays introducing Egyptian hieroglyphs, essays on Champollion and the Rosetta stone, dozens of on-line self-teaching programs, a half-dozen "translators," Hieroglyphic fonts, software, and so forth. All told, there are over 140 links, with more being added each day."
Sections: Introduction to Hieroglyphics, The Decipherment, Learning Hieroglyphics, Kids, Web "Translators", Fonts and Software, Egyptology Links, Miscellaneous, and New Links. Very Good

HIEROGLYPHS
http://www.discoveringegypt.com/hiromenu.htm
A section for students on hieroglyphs and how we can use them. Also includes Egyptian mathematics. Includes an activity where students can print out posters, note paper, bookmarks, etc. with hieroglyphs. Very Good

KING TUT AND THE GOLDEN AGE OF THE PHARAOHS – OFFICIAL PHILADELPHIA EXHIBITION SITE         NEW!
http://www.kingtut.org/home

The official site for the traveling exhibit now in Philadelphia. It includes a preview of the exhibition and the story behind it. Sections: Exhibition Preview, Tut Mania: 70’s and Today, The Story of Tut and Exhibition FAQs. Provides a great deal of information. Very Good

KING TUT ONE
http://www.kingtutone.com/
Sections: Pharaohs, Pyramids, Queens, Mummies, Clip Art to use, and Kids. The Kids section has games, puzzles and a coloring book. Note: The Links section doesn’t work. Very Good

LIBRARY OF THE QUEEN
http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Exhibit/6515/
A compilation of hymns, poems, myths, prayers, stories and more from Ancient Egypt. Very Good

LIFE IN ANCIENT EGYPT
http://www.carnegiemuseums.org/cmnh/exhibits/egypt/index.htm
An online exhibit from the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Sections: Orientation, Chronology, Natural World, Daily Life, Gods & Religion, Funerary Customs and Teacher Resources. Includes a printable Teacher’s Guide with background information, glossary and classroom activities. Very Good

LIVING IN ANCIENT EGYPT
http://members.tripod.com/~ancient_egypt/
Colorful site. Check out the Menu for a long list of topics including: History of Ancient Egypt, Famous Pharaohs, Mummification, the Dogs of Ancient Egypt, the Book of the Dead, the Children of Ancient Egypt and much more. Very Good

MARK MILLMORE’S ANCIENT EGYPT
http://www.discoveringegypt.com/index.htm
Sections: Pyramids & Temples, Rebuilding Temples, Kings and Queens, Hieroglyphs, Glyph eCards, ScreenSavers, Games & Videos (scroll down for free games such as Senet, Mehen, Hounds & Jackals, 20-Squares, the Curse of Ra, Winzle Egyptian Puzzles {make your own Egyptian jigsaw puzzle}). Very Good

MUMMIES OF ANCIENT EGYPT
http://www.si.umich.edu/CHICO/mummy/
Basic information for students on mummies. Sections: What Are Mummies?, Who Were the Mummies?, How Are Mummies Made?, and All About the Afterlife. Very Good

MUMMY TOMBS
http://www.mummytombs.com/
A "one-stop resource" on mummies around the world. A colorful site suitable for students. Click on Egyptian Mummies for Egypt. Sections: Egyptian Dynasties, Pharaoh Mummies, Curse of King Tut’s Tomb, Animal Mummies, Mummy Methods, and Inside Mummies. Very Good

NEFERTITI RESURRECTED
http://dsc.discovery.com/convergence/nefertiti/nefertiti.html
A Discovery Channel site on the discovery of a mummy that could be the long-lost Nefertiti. Sections: Explore the Evidence, The Queen, Video Tour and The Tomb Detective. Includes video clips and a reconstruction of the face of the mummy. Very Good

PER ANKH, HOUSE OF LIFE
http://www.philae.nu/perankh/templepage1.html
"In Ancient Egypt most temples had a so called 'House of Life', where records of all kinds were kept; mathematics, medicine, astronomy, geography, law and the interpretations of dreams. This was also the place where priests and scribes were trained.
These pages are for historical information about Ancient Egypt, mostly its religion, deities and temple life.
Also featured are articles about women and their life in the ancient days. Creation Myths, Festivals and Wisdom Texts."
Sections: List of Gods and Goddesses, Egyptian Symbols, Egyptian Cult Temples, Religion and Thought, Priesthood, The Great Festivals, Creation Myths, The Wisdom Texts, History of Egyptian Religion, Women in Ancient Egypt, and Various Assets and Articles (including two "virtual re-enactments" of temple rituals). Very Good

PHARAOHS OF THE SUN
http://www.mfa.org/egypt/amarna/ex_hi_ind.html
Highlights of an exhibition of Egyptian artifacts. Includes Teacher Resources. Sections: Exhibition Highlights, Akhenaten’s World, Excavations at Amarna, Sift the Evidence, Learning Resources, and Ask an Archeologist. Very Good

PHARAONIC EGYPT – AN INTRODUCTION TO THE CULTURE OF ANCIENT EGYPT
http://nefertiti.iwebland.com/index.html

An extensive site on ancient Egypt. Very Good

THE STORY OF SOHA – A GIRL FROM ANCIENT EGYPT
http://www.seattleartmuseum.org/exhibit/archive/egypt/discover/Soha/Soha.htm
An online book about a girl in Ancient Egypt. Very Good

THE THEBAN MAPPING PROJECT
http://www.thebanmappingproject.com/
"Since its inception in 1978, the Theban Mapping Project (TMP, now based at the American University in Cairo) has been working to prepare a comprehensive archaeological database of Thebes. With its thousands of tombs and temples, Thebes is one of the world's most important archaeological zones."
Sections: Atlas of the Valley of the Kings, Atlas of the Theban Necropolis, Articles, Resources and Sites. Very Good

TOUR THE TOMB OF KING TUT
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Delphi/3499/TUTSHOME.HTM
You can click START to start your tour of the tomb of Tutankhamun or click on the various rooms in the plan. Each room has a written account from eyewitnesses of what they found when the tomb was opened as well as photos. Very Good

THE TREASURES OF TUTANKHAMUN                             NEW!
http://www.humanities-interactive.org/ancient/tut/
An online exhibit of the treasures from the tomb of Tutankhamun. Scroll down the photos on the left for larger images. Includes an essay Life on the Nile which includes discussion questions at the end. It also includes the Senet game, an Egyptian board game with a Teacher’s Guide to the game. Very Good

VIRTUAL KAHUN – AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN TOWN
http://www.kahun.man.ac.uk/kahuntown.htm
Information and a virtual tour of an town for workers near a pyramid. Includes photos of the artifacts excavations, a plan of the town and a virtual tour of the town and its buildings. Provides a glimpse into the daily life of average Egyptians. Includes Teacher Notes and Classroom Activities. Very Good

WELCOME TO ANCIENT EGYPT! – A THINKQUEST SITE
http://library.thinkquest.org/5356/
A site for students by students on ancient Egypt. Sections: Mummification; Geography; Gods and Goddesses; Language; Daily Life, Food, Animals, Clothes; Timeline; Pyramids; Medicine; Activities; References; Links; and Glossary. The Activities section includes games and puzzles including Royal Jeopardy. Very Good

ABSOLUTE EGYPTOLOGY
http://www.nemo.nu/ibisportal/0egyptintro/index.htm
A colorful site for students on Egypt. Sections: Religion (Pictures of 110 Gods), Dynasty 0 (The Dawn of History), Dynasties 1-2 (The Early Kings), Dynasties 3-5 (Great Pyramids), Dynasties 6-11 (Time of Decline), Dynasties 12-14 (Resurrection), and Dynasties 15-17 (Foreign Rule). Good

ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT
http://ce.eng.usf.edu/pharos/alexandria/
The past and modern history of Egypt’s second largest city and main port. Sections: History Guide, Visitor’s Guide, Picture Gallery, Auditorium, Map of Eastern District and Map of Western District. Good

ANCIENT EGYPT CLIPART
http://classroomclipart.com/cgi-bin/kids/imageFolio.cgi?direct=History/Ancient_Civilizations/Ancient_Egypt

Clipart on ancient Egypt for classroom use. Includes photos. Good

ANCIENT EGYPT CLIPART                     NEW!
http://www.kingtutone.com/clipart/
Links to clipart such as pyramids, people, gods, pharaohs and more. Includes a selection of bars/dividers. Good

ANCIENT EGYPT CLIPART                 NEW!
http://www.phillipmartin.info/clipart/egypt.htm
Colorful clipart, mostly suitable for children’s use. Good

ANCIENT EGYPT – MR. DOWLING
http://www.mrdowling.com/604egypt.html
Basic information for upper elementary students on ancient Egypt. Includes lessons to download and an Interactive Quiz. Good

ANCIENT EGYPTIAN FURNITURE AND WOODWORKING
http://www.geocities.com/gpkillen/index.html
Information on furniture and woodworking in ancient Egypt. Sections: Egyptian Furniture, Woodworking, Research and News, and Furniture in Museums. Good

ANCIENT EGYPTIAN LITERATURE
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/7357/egyptlit.htm

Eleven stories from ancient Egypt. For junior high and above. Good

ANCIENT EGYPT MAGAZINE
http://www.ancientegyptmagazine.com/
The official site for Ancient Egypt magazine includes online versions of the early issues and articles from the current issue. Good

ANCIENT EGYPTIAN BELIEFS
http://www.cyberkids.com/cw/ars/le/egypt/egypt1.html

Read the article about Egyptian religious beliefs and then complete the crossword puzzle. Good

ANCIENT EGYPTIAN MATHEMATICS
http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Indexes/Egyptians.html
Egyptian mathematics. Sections: An Overview of Egyptian Mathematics, Egyptian Papyri, Egyptian Numerals, and a History of Zero. Good

ANIMAL MUMMIES IN THE CAIRO MUSEUM
http://www.animalmummies.com/
Photos and information on the kinds of animals and other items that were mummified by the ancient Egyptians. Learn how they examine, test and preserve the mummies. Good

AT THE TOMB OF TUTANKHAMEN
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/egypt/
A site from the National Geographic from the February 1923 issue of the magazine about the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamen. Includes Dispatches from their correspondent on the official opening of the tomb. Also scenes from Mysteries of Egypt, an IMAX film. Includes photographs that accompanied the article. Note: We could not get this site to work in Firefox; it worked fine in Internet Explorer. Good

BLOOD MARKS OF EGYPT - A ThinkQuest Site
http://library.thinkquest.org/J002255/index.html
Despite the lurid title, this colorful site has basic information for younger students. There are two games: Mummy Maze and Translate the Hieroglyphs. There are also sections on the Curse of King Tut, The Plagues of Egypt, the Pyramids, and a Quiz. Good

BRIEF CHRONOLOGY OF ANCIENT EGYPT
http://kronocide.com/ancient_egypt.shtml
A chart showing the dates (years), period, dynasty, spoken language, written language and important events of Egyptian history. Good

CLEOPATRA
http://www.fieldmuseum.org/cleopatra/
An online exhibit on Cleopatra for students. Sections: Cleopatra Exhibition, Who Was Cleopatra?, Solve the Puzzle, send an e-Postcard, Cleopatra Image Poll and Inside Egypt. Good

CLEOPATRA VII, THE LAST PHARAOH
http://www.royalty.nu/Africa/Egypt/Cleopatra.html
The story of the life and death of Cleopatra. Aimed toward students. Includes a good list of books at the end for both adults and children. Good

CLICKABLE MUMMY
http://www.akhet.co.uk/clikmumm.htm
"
Click on different parts of the Mummy to view interesting facts and information about the mummification process. The mummy shown here dates from the Roman Period. It has a distinctive painting inlaid into the head part, and is intricately bandaged and studded. The feet are molded in gold painted plaster, which is typical of the period."
Good

COLOR TOUR OF EGYPT
http://www.memphis.edu/egypt/egypt.html
A tour of over a dozen sites from Ancient Egypt. Includes links to photos and information on Egyptian artifacts and to other sites. Good

CULTURE FOCUS – PICTURES OF EGYPT
http://www.culturefocus.com/egypt.htm
Pictures of Egypt, the Nile, the pyramids, ancient temples and more. Good

CYBER MUMMY
http://archive.ncsa.uiuc.edu/Cyberia/VideoTestbed/Projects/Mummy/mummyhome.html
Information on a mummy at the University of Illinois. Includes movies showing the mummy being x-rayed and CTscanned. Good

CYBERMUSEUM: EGYPT                         NEW URL!
http://atlantis-webportfolios.com/ancientadventures/egypt.html
An online "museum" of Egyptian history. Sections: Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, New Kingdom, Ptolemaic Period, and Roman Period. Fairly simple. Good for elementary students. Good

DIGITAL EGYPT FOR UNIVERSITIES
http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk//Welcome.html
A college level resource on ancient Egypt. Advanced high school students should find it useful. Good

THE DOMAIN OF HET HET (HATHOR)
http://www.hethert.org/
"
Welcome in peace to the domain of Het-Hert (Hathor), the Name of Netjer who personifies Beauty, Love, and Motherhood.  She is one of the most beloved Deities of all of Kemet, having been worshipped since at least the beginning of its recorded history, and Her temples and shrines, some of which are still standing today, are among the loveliest in the world..."
Sections include: Pronunciations of Her Name, Symbols and Manifestations, Gallery of Images, Hymns and Prayers, A Virtual Temple of Het Het and more. Good

EGYPT: A TRAVELOGUE WITH MANY PICTURES
http://www.aegypten-fotos.de/egypt-photos.htm

An extensive photo tour of Egypt’s many sites with descriptions. Good photos and descriptions. Good

EGYPT AT NIGHT
http://www.mysteries-in-stone.co.uk/index.htm

Photos of Egyptian sites lit up at night. Good

EGYPT DURING THE REIGN OF AKHENATON
http://www.lind.org.zw/history/egyptiansite/index.htm
Topics on the reign of Akhenaton. They tell who or what it is. Good

EGYPT THEME                     NEW!
http://www.yesnet.yk.ca/schools/wes/webquests_themes/egypt_theme.html
A page of links to sites about Ancient Egypt. The links are also on this list. Good

EGYPT UNEARTHED – A THINKQUEST SITE
http://library.thinkquest.org/J002766/
A site by students for students on ancient Egypt. Sections: Cleopatra, Maze (game), Tut’s Tomb, Tut’s Curse, Obelisks, and Egypt. For elementary students. Good

EGYPTIAN KINGS (PHARAOHS), GOVERNORS AND OTHER RULERS
http://touregypt.net/kings.htm
Information on Egyptian kings (pharaohs) and their reigns. Good

EGYPTIAN NUMERALS
http://scitsc.wlv.ac.uk/university/scit/modules/mm2217/en.htm
A single page explaining the earliest Egyptian hieroglyphic numbering system. Good

EGYPTIAN ROYAL TOMBS OF THE NEW KINGDOM
http://www.friesian.com/tombs.htm
Information with detailed drawings of several Egyptian tombs. Good

EGYPTIAN VIRTUAL MUSEUM
http://www.touregypt.net/museum/
Consists of photos of artifacts from the different time periods. Sections: Pre-Dynastic, Middle Kingdom, 4th Dynasty, 11th Dynasty, 18th Dynasty, 19th Dynasty, Tutankhamun Wing, Egyptian Ministry of Tourism. Good

EGYPTOLOGY.COM
http://www.egyptology.com/
Sections: KMT (A Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt), The Tomb of Niankhkhnum and Khnumhotep, Tekenu, Who Are the Muu?, An Egyptian Gallery of Paintings and Photographs, and WWW Links about Egypt. Good

EGYPTOLOGY RESOURCES – RESOURCES FOR ANCIENT EGYPT
http://www.newton.cam.ac.uk/egypt/
A page of links to resources for Egyptology. Includes FAQ, Museums, Interesting Egypt pages and more. Good

EGYPTVOYAGER - TUTANKHAMUN                     NEW!
http://www.egyptvoyager.com/features_tutankhamun_pg1.htm
A 2-page article about the tomb of Tutankhamun, its treasures and its discovery. Good

EXPLORING ANCIENT WORLD CULTURES: EGYPT
http://eawc.evansville.edu/egpage.htm
Basic information on ancient Egyptian culture. Sections: The Papyrus of Ani (The Book of the Dead), The Egyptian Culture Reflected in Worship, Chronology (broken link), Essays, Images, Internet Sites and Texts. The Essays, Images, Internet Sites and Texts pages are extensive. Good

FACES OF THE PHARAOHS – A PORTRAIT GALLERY
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Crete/3102/faces__of__the__pharaohs.htm
Drawings of what the pharaohs would have looked like in life. "All the portraits downloadable here are reconstructions based on original monuments and human remains of the most important men and women of Ancient Egypt." Not expertly done but could give students an idea of what they looked like. Good

FROM LUXOR TO ASWAN                             NEW URL!
http://www.charlesmiller.co.uk/fla/

An extensive site suitable for students. Run your mouse over the icons on the home page to see the sections (not all worked this way but the name of the page showed at the bottom of the screen). Sections: Architecture, Books, Dynasties, Gallery, Itineraries, Kings, 3D Art, Links, Map, Royal Regalia, Temples, Temple Plans, and Travel Tips. Good

FUN FACTS ABOUT EGYPT – A THINKQUEST SITE
http://library.thinkquest.org/J002250/html/homepage.html?tqskip1=1
A site by students for students on ancient Egypt. Sections: Gods/Goddesses, Reading and Writing, Pyramids, and Mummies. Includes a Word Search game. Good for elementary students. Good

GET WRAPPED UP IN MUMMIES – A ThinkQuest Site
http://library.thinkquest.org/J003227F/default.htm
A ThinkQuest site for students on Ancient Egypt. Sections include: Reports on Mummies, Pharaohs & Priests, Egyptian Gods and Games {including Maze, Word Search, Mummy Wrap, a Quiz and some bad jokes). Good

GIZA PLATEAU COMPUTER MODEL
http://oi.uchicago.edu/OI/DEPT/COMP/GIZ/MODEL/Giza_Model.html
A computer modeling of the Giza plateau showing the pyramids and other structures in relation to each other. Includes views from several angles. Note: The structures are not labeled. Good

GUARDIAN’S SPHINX                                        
http://www.guardians.net/egypt/sphinx/
Photos and information on the Great Sphinx of Giza, next to the Great Pyramids, one of the most recognizable symbols of Egypt. Good photos and basic information. Good

THE HISTORY OF PLUMBING – EGYPT
http://www.theplumber.com/egypt.html

A brief look at how the ancient Egyptians bathed and their bathroom facilities. Good

A HOTLIST ON ANCIENT EGYPT
http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/fil/pages/listancientms5.html
A collection of links to sites about Egypt. Good

HUNT FOR ANCIENT EGYPT                             NEW URL!
http://www.slc.k12.ut.us/webweavers/kathyp/huntancienteg2.html

An Internet treasure hunt on ancient Egypt. Sections: Introduction, The Questions, Resources. Good

IMAGES OF EGYPT
http://homepages.tcp.co.uk/~nicholson/egypt.html
A collection of photos and drawings of Egypt and its monuments. Includes maps, additional information and a wallpaper. Good

JOURNEY TO THE RUINS OF ANCIENT EGYPT
http://members.ams.chello.nl/zkosc/index.html
A series of panoramic black and white photographs of the ruins of ancient Egypt. Includes a long list of temples and monuments. Good

LIST OF THE PYRAMIDS
http://www.waseda.jp/prj-egypt/sites/pyramids/pindex-E.html
A chart showing each of the known Egyptian pyramids, their type, dynasty, dimensions, and modern name. Click on the link for the pyramid to see a photo. Good

A LITTLE EGYPTIAN READING BOOK                     NEW!
http://home.prcn.org/sfryer/Egyptian/index.html
Several pages of a "book" created in hieroglyphics. Read the Introduction to get started. For junior high and up. Good

MAKE YOUR OWN CARTOUCHE – HIEROGLYPHICS CONVERTER
http://www.harcourtschool.com/activity/cartouche/cartouche.html
Convert your name into Egyptian hieroglyphics. Good

MIDDLE EAST PHOTOGRAPHIC ARCHIVES
http://www.lib.uchicago.edu/e/su/mideast/PhotoArchive.html
An online archive of early photos of the Middle East including several Egyptian sites. Good

MUMMY ONLINE – A THINKQUEST SITE
http://library.thinkquest.org/28209/
A student by students for students on mummies. Sections: What is a Mummy?, Egypt Mummies, Other Mummies (note: this button isn’t identified), and Ritual. For elementary students. Good

MYSTERIES IN STONE
http://www.mysteries-in-stone.co.uk/index.htm

A page about ancient Egypt suitable for students. Sections: Legend, Pyramids & the Sphinx, Rituals, Funerary Practices, and Hieroglyphs. Good

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HISTORY & CULTURE PHOTO GALLERIES ONLINE
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/siteindex/photogallery/history.html
Scroll down for photo galleries on ancient Egypt. Each section has several photos and a journal of the trip. Good

THE 1905-1907 BREASTED EXPEDITIONS TO EGYPT AND THE SUDAN: A PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDY
http://oi.uchicago.edu/OI/MUS/PA/EGYPT/BEES/BEES.html
"These 1055 photographs were taken by Professor James Henry Breasted and his colleagues on two reconnaissance trips to Nubia during the years 1905-1907."
A collection of black-and-white photos taken during two expeditions to Egypt and the Sudan in 1905-1907. Check the index for the locations. Good

OASIS OF THE DEAD
http://www.archaeology.org/9909/etc/oasis.html
An account by Dr. Zahi Hawass (Egypt’s chief archeologist) of the discovery of a tomb with a cache of mummies in an excellent state of preservation. Includes photos of the mummies and of Dr. Hawass. Good

PHARAOH MAATKARE HATSHEPSUT
http://maatkare.com/qhat.html#top

A page about one of the few female pharaohs, Hatshepsut. Good

PHOTO GALLERY – TUTANKHAMUN                 NEW!
http://www.topfoto.co.uk/gallery/tutankhamun/default.htm
Photos of 50 artifacts from the tomb of Tutankhamun. Gives the photo and a brief caption. Good

PYRAMID CONSTRUCTION THEORY 
http://members.aol.com/aditt48670/pyramid.html
One of the better sites (understandable to students) on the construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza, the subject of much speculation. Good

RAIDERS OF THE LOST ART – A THINKQUEST SITE -                 NEW!
http://library.thinkquest.org/3708/
A site for elementary students by students in which they get to explore ancient cultures and discover artifacts. "Calling all adventurers, treasure-seekers, and raiders. We may not make you a millionaire, but we do have pictures of all sorts of riches. We’d like to give you a chance to discover our treasures: art, culture, and learning.
We’ve taken four cultures and picked out interesting and important aspects of them. Now we’d like you to re-discover these cultures by putting the pieces back together. It’s your turn to become an archeologist, using artifacts and outside knowledge (which we can also provide) to make new discoveries about cultures.
Each culture has several artifacts for you to find. They may not be what you think of as art, necessarily, but they all are products of people’s creativity, and that’s the essence of art. Each shows you a different aspect of the culture so that you can piece together a fairly coherent image of what life was like at that time in that place."
Click to choose Egypt as your excavation site. Brief info. Good

THE SACRED TEMPLE ISLAND OF PHILAE
http://www.philae.nu/philae/landing.html

Examines the remote island of Philae, the site of the worship of Isis for 4000 years. Includes drawings, photos and plans of the temples. Sections: Philae Island, Philae History, Temple of Isis, Great Isis, Isis in Myth, and Other. Good

SPHINX – SCHEMATICS, TUNNELS AND CHAMBERS
http://www.crystalinks.com/sphinxschematics.html
A cross-section showing the numerous tunnels, chambers and hidden temples under the Sphinx. Gives a really good look at the maze of structures not visible from the surface and why so much is still being discovered. Good

STEIN’S TOUR OF EGYPT – PHOTOS                         NEW URL!
http://virtualinsectary.com/egypt.html
A collection of photos of Egyptian sites, scenes and animals (snakes & scorpion). Good

THE STEP PYRAMID COMPLEX OF DJOSER
http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/arth/zoser/zoser.html
A clickable map of the Step Pyramid Complex of Djoser, click on an arrow for a photo of that section. There’s also a list of the sections. There is no description for the photos. Good

SYDNEY THE CAT EXPLORES ANCIENT EGYPT – A ThinkQuest Junior Site
http://library.thinkquest.org/J002154/
Sydney the cat learns about Ancient Egypt (told in story form) and plays Egyptian games. Test Your Knowledge has simple quizzes about Ancient Egyptian Architecture, Games, Social Pyramid, Gods, Pyramids, Mummies, Hieroglyphics, and Schooling. Good

THE TEMPLE PALACE OF RAMSES III – A VIRTUAL TOUR
http://archpropplan.auckland.ac.nz/virtualtour/rameses/
A look at computer renderings of the Temple Palace of Ramses III at Medinet Habu as it would have looked in 1175 BC. Good

THE THEBAN ROYAL MUMMY PROJECT
http://members.tripod.com/anubis4_2000/mummypages1/enter.htm
A detailed, more scholarly site bringing together information on royal and non-royal mummies from the Theban cache tombs. Provides details about the condition of the mummy, photos and more. Could be of interest for student papers. Good

THEBES PHOTOGRAPHIC PROJECT
http://oi.uchicago.edu/OI/TVE_TPP/TVE_TPP.html
A collection of black and white photographs of the temples, tombs and monuments at Thebes. Click on the Site Menu to see the index to the different locations. Good

THREE QUEENS OF EGYPT – A STORY
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/ngkids/0109/ws_main.html
A National Geographic kids story about three Egyptian queens: Cleopatra, Hatshepsut and Nefertiti. Brief but good. Watch the movie A Trip Down the Nile. Good

TRAVELS WITH MOUSEY
http://members.aol.com/egyptmouse/
An interactive site in which Michael travels with his stuffed mouse Mousey throughout Egypt. Includes some excellent photos of different sites. A fun site for students. Sections: Meet Mousey, Meet Michael, Meet Charley the Cat, Mousey’s Virtual Tours, Mousey’s Diary, Mousey’s Egypt Links, Timeline of the Pharaohs and more. (Note: You may have to click the Take Me There! button more than once._ Good

THE TRUMPET OF TUTANKHAMUN - SEE THE TRUMPET AT THE EXHIBIT IN PHILADELPHIA!!
http://www.ancientnile.co.uk/funtrumpet.php
"The Trumpet of Tutankhamun is a freeware educational program for PC (Microsoft Windows). It contains a truly unique recording of the original silver trumpet from the tomb of the Ancient Egyptian boy-king Tutankhamun, who lived in the 14th century B.C."
Download the program in seconds and hear the trumpet. Good

TUTANKHAMUN: ANATOMY OF AN EXCAVATION                 NEW!
http://www.ashmolean.org/gri/4tut.html
"Tutankhamun: Anatomy of an Excavation is ambitious in its scope but simple in its aims: to make the complete records of Howard Carter's excavation of the tomb of Tutankhamun available on these web pages. It is astonishing, but no longer acceptable, that some eighty years and thousands of articles, hundreds of books, and dozens of exhibitions after the discovery of the tomb, this most famous event in the history of Egyptian archaeology has not yet been fully published. The documentation is presented in its original form and all, scholars, interested members of the public and school students, can consult it. We hope that this will help bring the knowledge and love of ancient Egypt to everybody."
For senior high students or teachers. Good

TUTANKHAMUN: BENEATH THE MASK                         NEW!
http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/antenna/tutankhamun/
"Feast your eyes on the face that hasn't been seen for 30 centuries and see how the latest medical science is shedding light on the man behind the mask."
Get a look at the X-rays of Tut’s mummy. Good

TUTANKHAMUN: BOY KING                                     NEW!
http://www.osirisweb.com/egypt/tutpage.htm
A profile of Tutankhamun. Sections: Introduction, Tutankhamun’s Attendants, The Death of a King, The Discovery of Tutankhamun’s Tomb, The King’s Burial and The Succession. Each section has audio (requires RealPlayer). Good

THE UPUAUT PROJECT
http://www.cheops.org/
"This web site contains a complete scientific report about the investigation of the so-called "air shafts" inside the Great Pyramid of Cheops, and all related additional information. It includes a set of 4 extremely detailed CAD drawings, 27 explanatory graphics and 61 original photos."
A very small, camera-equipped robot was built to explore the tiny airshafts. And they weren't empty!  Good

VALLEY OF THE KINGS PROJECT
http://www.valleyofthekings.org/vofk/default.htm

The latest information on the digs going on in the Valley of the Kings along with preservation efforts. Reports on digs
from 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2002. Includes dig diaries. Good

VIRTUAL EGYPTIAN MUSEUM
http://www.museum-tours.com/museum/
A "virtual museum" of 19th century lithographs of colored drawings/paintings of Egyptian sites. Includes 124 lithographs plus 10 19th century photographs. Note: The Valley of the Kings section doesn’t work. Good

A VISIT TO THE PYRAMIDS AND TEMPLES OF ANCIENT EGYPT
http://members.cox.net/ancient-sites/egypt/

Photos and descriptions of a visit to Egypt in 1999. Very good photos and some good descriptions. Good

THE WESTERN DESERT OF EGYPT
http://members.tripod.com/djgilbert/index.html

Photos and descriptions of the little visited western desert of Egypt. Not so much ancient Egypt but interesting. Shows the importance of the Nile to the development of the civilization. Good

WHO’S WHO IN ANCIENT EGYPT
http://touregypt.net/who/
Follow the links to find out about the ancient Egyptians. "We have all heard of rulers such as Rameses the Great, but what about the other important people of Egypt. Throughout the history of this great land, there have always been people working alongside the rulers to make things happen. We have compiled an extensive list of these important, but sometimes forgotten people."
Good

WOMEN AND GENDER IN ANCIENT EGYPT: FROM PRE-HISTORY TO LATE ANTIQUITY
http://www.umich.edu/~kelseydb/Exhibits/WomenandGender/title.html
"The material presented in Women and Gender in Ancient Egypt spans nearly four thousand years, from later prehistoric times through the Muslim conquest of Egypt. Even in a culture that showed remarkable continuities over long periods of time, there was obviously considerable change in the roles and status of women, as well as in gender definitions and relations over such a long chronological range."
Sections: Introduction, Gender Ambiguity; Gender and Religion; Engendered Protection; Gender and Power; Gender in the Text; Gender, Mortality and Demographics; Faces of Gender; Gender in the Archeological Record; Gender, Fertility, and Sexuality; Other Genders; and Gender in Archeology. Each section has photos of artifacts relevant to that section. Good

WOMEN IN ANCIENT EGYPT                         NEW!
http://www.egyptvoyager.com/features_womeninancientegypt.htm
An article on women in Ancient Egypt focuses on their clothing, makeup and body care. Includes male clothing and adornment also. Note: Use the scroll to the right of the text to view. Small print. Good

WRITE LIKE AN EGYPTIAN
http://www.upennmuseum.com/hieroglyphsreal.cgi/
A single page. Enter your name and click inscribe and it shows your name in hieroglyphs. Good

LESSON PLANS & CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES

ANCIENT EGYPT: TEACHER RESOURCE FILE                 START HERE!             NEW!
http://falcon.jmu.edu/~ramseyil/egypt.htm
A large collection of links on Ancient Egypt. Sections: Collections; Ask an Egyptologist; Geography; Timelines; History; Everyday Life; Mathematics; Pyramids, Temples & Tombs; Religion; Mummification; Pharaohs; Tutankhamun; Writing, Papyrus; Military; Antiquities; Archaeology; Museums; Nubia/Kush; Books & Other Media; Lesson Plans; and For Kids. Excellent

THE ACHIEVEMENTS AND CHALLENGES OF EGYPT – CURRICULUM UNIT                 NEW!
http://www.worldtrek.org/odyssey/teachers/egyptlessons.html
"This unit is intended to focus on some of those aspects of Egyptian life and history that are of great significance to understanding the people of Egypt today and their situation. By using or adapting the core lessons and activities, your students will learn about the following:
I. Introduction - History of Egypt a. Dynasties b. Everyday Life in Ancient Egpyt c. Prince of Egypt
d. Ancient Laws II. Archaelogy a. Mummies b. Rosetta Stone III. Modern Egypt a. Women in Egypt b. High Dam at Aswan
Students will be encouraged to develop a critical stance toward information. They will learn to evaluate evidence, consider sources, and study a variety of differing viewpoints. The goal for these lessons in the Teacher Zone is for students to develop an understanding of the culture of Egypt and to develop critical thinking skills such as analysis, synthesis and evaluation."
For middle school and up. Excellent

ANCIENT EGYPT: A THEMATIC UNIT
http://www.geocities.com/sseagraves/ancientegyptlessonplans.htm
A unit containing lesson plans, webquests, games and online activities for elementary students. Note: We found a couple of broken links. Excellent

ANCIENT EGYPT: A THINKQUEST SITE – CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES
http://library.thinkquest.org/CR0210200/ancient_egypt/egypt.htm
A site by students for students about ancient Egypt. Sections: Facts, Online Activities, Egyptian Crafts, Recipes, and Resources. Excellent Activities and Crafts sections. Excellent           Also in Websites section.

ANCIENT EGYPT LESSON PLANS FOR TEACHERS
http://www.dia.org/education/egypt-teachers/index.html
Lesson plans by subject area for teachers of K-8. Art, Language Arts, Math & Science, Mummies, and Social Studies. Each section has three lesson plans. Excellent

ANCIENT EGYPT – STORIES AND MYTHS – LESSON PLAN                         NEW!
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/lessons/06/g35/kingtut.html
A lesson plan for grades 3-5 on Ancient Egyptian stories and myths. "Students will examine stories and myths about ancient Egypt through time. First they will learn about the famous modern Egyptian myth about the "curse of the mummy." Then they will investigate ancient Egyptian culture and belief systems, including the influences of geography on the beliefs and customs of the time. They will then explore myths and stories from ancient Egypt. Finally, they will read about and discuss the influences of ancient Egypt and geography on modern Egyptian culture." Excellent

ANCIENT EGYPT TEACHING THEME
http://teacher.scholastic.com/histmyst/start.asp?Game=45
A wealth of resources for teaching about ancient Egypt. Includes: Bulletin Board Sets, Resource Materials, Downloads, Sites for Background Information, Hands-on Activities, Webquests, Interactive Sites for Students, Worksheets/Printables, Lesson Plans and Worksheets You Can Customize. Excellent

ANCIENT EGYPT THEMATIC UNIT
http://www.libsci.sc.edu/miller/egypt.htm
A collection of activities and lessons using various types of media focusing on ancient Egypt. Excellent

ANCIENT WORLDS WORKSHOP: EGYPT – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/lessons/10/g35/tgancient.html
A lesson plan for grades 3-5 on ancient Egypt. "In this lesson, students will explore the ancient civilization of Egypt. They will learn about the geography of Egypt, and read about daily life in ancient Egypt. Students will conclude by writing letters describing one aspect of life in ancient Egypt that they find interesting." Excellent

THE ART OF ANCIENT EGYPT: A WEB RESOURCE – LESSON PLANS & CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES
http://www.metmuseum.org/explore/newegypt/htm/a_index.htm
An online resource from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NY. Organized around three themes, it includes a Timeline, 40 Objects from their collection and Resources and Curriculum Connections. The Resources section includes links, a glossary, lesson plans, classroom activities and worksheets. The Curriculum Connection section includes lesson plans (the same ones) and classroom activities organized into curriculum areas: Art, Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Math and Drama, Dance and Music. Excellent                Also listed in Websites section

CAIRO – LIVING PAST, LIVING FUTURE – CURRICULUM UNIT             NEW!
http://menic.utexas.edu/cairo/main.html
"Cairo: Living Past Living Future is an interactive web unit designed specifically with K-12 students and educators in mind. This unit will allow you to explore this history, culture, society, geography, and environment of this fascinating city that sits at the crossroads between ancient and modern, east and west, tradition and innovation.
Explore the history of the city through each important era in history, from the times of the Pharaohs to the present day. Learn about the way that Cairo is planning to meet the challenges of the 21st century. Students and teachers alike will find resources, activities, and multimedia links that will heighten your understanding of this fascinating city, its cultures, faiths and people."
Contains two sections: Students and Educators. The Educators section contains eight lessons on historic Cairo and several lessons on modern Cairo. Outstanding. Excellent

CLEOPATRA: A MULTIMEDIA GUIDE TO THE ANCIENT WORLD – LESSON PLANS
http://www.artic.edu/cleo/index.html
Uses artifacts from the Chicago Museum of Art. Sections: Timeline, Glossary, Maps and Lesson Plans. The Glossary includes audio files pronouncing the word. The items pictured on the home page, in the timeline and the glossary link to information about them and how they were used/made. "Included in Cleopatra is a set of lesson plans based on nine of the objects and designed to provide interdisciplinary classroom activities that will enhance students’ understanding of ancient cultures, sometimes through drawing connections to their own. Intended for grades four through twelve, the plans follow a set format." Excellent          Also listed in Websites section

CLEOPATRA’S PALACE – IN SEARCH OF A LEGEND – LESSON PLANS & GAME
http://school.discovery.com/schooladventures/cleogame/index.html
A unit on the newly discovered palace of Cleopatra that was found underwater in the harbor of Alexandria. Includes: Teacher Background, Lesson Plans, Cleopatra’s World Game, Academic Standards and Web Links. Excellent

DIG THOSE DESCRIPTIONS: CREATING DESCRIPTIVE TAGS TO ACCOMPANY AN ANCIENT EGYPT MUSEUM EXHIBIT – LESSON PLAN                             NEW!
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20050617friday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan on artifacts from Ancient Egypt for grades 6-12. "In this lesson, students will practice writing descriptions by researching various artifacts from ancient Egypt and writing captions for them." Excellent

EGYPT: GIFT OF THE NILE – CURRICULUM RESOURCE UNIT
http://www.seattleartmuseum.org/exhibit/archive/egypt/discover/teacher.htm

A collection of eight lesson plans on ancient Egypt and Egyptian civilization.  Excellent See Egypt: Gift of the Nile in the Websites section

EGYPT THEME UNIT
http://www.edhelper.com/geography/Egypt.htm
Reading Comprehensions, Printables and Puzzles for elementary and middle school students on ancient Egypt. Excellent

EGYPT THEME – TEACHER PLANET                         NEW!
http://www.teacherplanet.com/resource/egypt.php
Resources for teachers on Ancient Egypt. Sections: Lesson Plans, Units, Worksheets, Clipart & Images, Other Resources and Other Suggestions. Excellent

EGYPT’S PYRAMIDS: MONUMENTS WITH A MESSAGE – LESSON PLAN
http://edsitement.neh.gov/view_lesson_plan.asp?id=418
A lesson plan for grades 3-5 on the pyramids of Egypt. "This lesson plan consists of three learning activities that build upon one another and should, therefore, be used sequentially. Activity 1 introduces the students to artifacts and archaeology. Activity 2 considers pyramids as artifacts and examines the scale of these great structures. Activity 3 asks students what clues pyramids give us about the ancient Egyptians. The lesson can be extended by considering other aspects of ancient Egyptian culture." Excellent

EGYPTIAN ENTERPRISES – LESSON PLAN
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/egypt/class/enterprises.html
A lesson plan for the website Mysteries of the Nile in which students "prepare a cultural exhibit on Egyptian history, culture, sites, monuments, and hieroglyphics using such media as posters, computer presentations, puppet shows, short plays, videotapes, museum exhibit panels, brochures, scale models, and audio tapes." Excellent

EGYPTIAN LESSON PLANS & CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES             NEW URL!
http://boiseartmuseum.org/education/egyptian.php
A collection of classroom activities and crafts for students. Includes: Canopic Jar Lesson, King Tut Stickers, Egyptian Jewelry Lesson, Making a Cartouche, etc. Excellent

EGYPTIAN SYMBOLS AND FIGURES: HIEROGLYPHS – LESSON PLANS
http://edsitement.neh.gov/view_lesson_plan.asp?id=348
A lesson plan for grades K-2 on hieroglyphs. "This lesson introduces students to the writing, art, and religious beliefs of ancient Egypt through hieroglyphs, one of the oldest writing systems in the world, and through tomb paintings. Hieroglyphs consist of pictures of familiar objects that represent sounds. They were used in ancient Egypt from about 3100 BC to 400 CE.
In the first part of this lesson, the class creates a pictorial alphabet of its own and then learns and uses the symbols of the Egyptian hieroglyphic alphabet. In the second part of the lesson, students identify and represent in their own drawings figures from the Book of the Dead, a funereal text written on papyrus and carved on the walls of tombs to help guide the deceased through the afterlife."
Excellent

EGYPTIAN SYMBOLS AND FIGURES: SCROLL PAINTINGS – LESSON PLAN
http://edsitement.neh.gov/view_lesson_plan.asp?id=349
A lesson plan for grades K-2 on scroll paintings. "This lesson introduces students to the writing, art, and religious beliefs of ancient Egypt through hieroglyphs, one of the oldest writing systems in the world, and through tomb paintings. Hieroglyphs consist of pictures of familiar objects that represent sounds. They were used in ancient Egypt from about 3100 BC to 400 CE.
In the first part of this lesson, the class creates a pictorial alphabet of its own and then learns and uses the symbols of the Egyptian hieroglyphic alphabet. In the second part of the lesson, students identify and represent in their own drawings figures from the Book of the Dead, a funereal text written on papyrus and carved on the walls of tombs to help guide the deceased through the afterlife."
Excellent

EGYPTIAN TOMB PAINTINGS – LESSON PLAN
http://www.eduref.org/cgi-bin/printlessons.cgi/Virtual/Lessons/Arts/Art_History/ARH0200.html
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 on Egypt. "Students pretend to be a Pharaoh or Queen of Egypt. They design a tomb mural using the canon of proportion, shallow picture plane, and horror vacui (fear of empty places) depicted in tomb paintings. Using hieroglyphics, students write about the fantastic things that they accomplished as a ruler of Egypt." Excellent

GONE, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN: EXPLORING THE ROLE OF THE AFTERLIFE IN ROYAL BURIAL PRACTICES IN ANCIENT WORLD CULTURES – LESSON PLAN                             NEW!
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20070110wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan for grades 6-12 on burial practices in ancient cultures. "In this lesson, students will consider the role of the afterlife in memorializing ancient rulers from cultures around the world. They will then create case study posters highlighting their findings. To synthesize learning they compare their gathered data to their personal religious and spiritual views." Excellent

THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF EGYPT – LESSON PLAN
http://school.discovery.com/lessonplans/programs/hiddenegypt/
A lesson plan on daily life in Egypt for grades 6-8. "Students will • work in small groups to research one aspect of daily life in ancient Egypt, such as food, housing, and religion; • present their findings to the class, using artifacts to illustrate their presentations; and • use details from the presentation to write a one-page, mock journal entry from the point of view of an ancient Egyptian." Excellent

KING TUT’S TOMB: EXPLORING AND DISCOVERING- LESSON PLAN                 NEW!
http://www.idahoptv.org/ntti/nttilessons/lessons2002/mortimer.htm
A lesson plan for grades 5-7 on the tomb of Tutankhamun. "King Tutankhamun was a shadowy and little known figure in the late 18th (1550-1295 BC) dynasty. He became king when he was 9 years old and died at 17. His tomb was preserved because little was known about him; no one knew he was around until Howard Carter discovered the tomb in November of 1922. His tomb, which was built for a high official and not a king, was hidden under a building. This enabled the tomb to stay complete and unharmed by robbers. His tomb was filled with beautiful treasures and it took years too catalogue and move the items out of the tomb. His tomb was considered to be the most exceptional archeology discovery ever made in Egypt. Many believed that the tomb was cursed and that the items should not be tampered with. This myth is believed and opposed by many. One reason the curse is believed by many is because Lord Carnarvon, the man who funded Howard Carters excavation, died of a blood infection caused by a mosquito a few months after the discovery.
Through the activities in this lesson the students will become familiar with the period in Egyptian history that King Tut lived in and learn about the culture of that time period."
Excellent

KING TUT’S TREASURES – LESSON PLAN                                     NEW!
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/lessons/06/gk2/kingtut.html
A lesson plan for grades K-2 on Tutankhamun. " Students will explore what artifacts tell us about a culture. They will briefly consider what modern "artifacts" reveal about human culture. Students will then examine several ancient Egyptian artifacts and discuss what they reveal about ancient Egyptian culture. Finally, they will compare objects that are representative of modern culture with those of ancient Egypt." Excellent

MAKE AN EGYPTIAN TOMB MODEL – CLASSROOM ACTIVITY
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/ngkids/trythis/egyptiantomb/
Step-by-step instructions on constructing a model of an Egyptian tomb complete with wall paintings, a mummy case and tomb treasures. Excellent

MAKING A MUMMY THE NATURAL WAY – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/lessons/17/g68/naturalway.html
A lesson plan on mummies for grades 6-8. "This lesson has students examine the relationship between climate and the mummification process in ancient Egypt and other parts of the world. They will conclude by writing paragraphs suggesting ways archaeologists and climatologists can work together to study mummies."     Excellent

A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH: PLANNING FOR NEEDS IN THE AFTERWORLD – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20001031tuesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan for grades 6-12 on funerary customs. "In this lesson, students research burial tombs of ancient Egypt. Acting as pharaohs of Egypt, students create burial plans to illustrate what items they would include in their own tombs and why. Then, other students act as archaeologists by analyzing these plans." Excellent

MR. PITONYAK’S PYRAMID PUZZLE – WHAT WOULD AN EGYPTIAN PYRAMID COST TO BUILD TODAY? – CLASS PROJECT
http://wcvt.com/~tiggr/
"During this project you will be asked to estimate the cost of building a pyramid using modern materials and ancient methods. In teams you will plan, collect data, submit a bid for the job (only the lowest bidding company will be awarded the job), create a scale drawing and model, and present a final report to the class. Remember to use all of your knowledge learned this year in math, science, and social studies to complete this project."
Sections: Vital Information, Jobs, Resources, Sample Documents, and Assessments & Tools. For middle school students. Excellent

MUMMIES AND THE DESERT – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/lessons/17/g35/desert.html
A lesson plan on mummies for grades 3-5. "This lesson relates the mummification process to climate. Students will begin by finding out what Egypt's climate is like. They will then get a glimpse of how Egyptians mummified their dead and see how mummies could be created naturally in the dry Egyptian climate. They will conclude by writing paragraphs suggesting where they might look for mummies in other parts of the world, based on what they have learned about the role of climate in mummification." Excellent

MUMMIES: HONORING THE DEAD – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/lessons/17/gk2/honoring.html
A lesson plan for grades K-2 on mummies. "This lesson will have students think about how their own cultures honor the dead and how some ancient cultures, including the Egyptians, honored their dead through mummification. Students will look at pictures of mummies and write or draw pictures about an imaginary trip to the "mummy room" of a museum." Excellent

MUMMIES UNWRAPPED: EXPLORING THE HISTORY OF MUMMIFICATION IN CULTURES AROUND THE GLOBE – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20011030tuesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan on mummies for grades 6-12. "In this lesson, students investigate various methods of mummification practiced in cultures around the world and present their findings in 'televised' news reports."   
 Excellent

MUMMIFICATION – LESSON PLAN
http://www.eduref.org/cgi-bin/printlessons.cgi/Virtual/Lessons/Science/Process_Skills/SPS0012.html
A lesson plan on mummies for grades 6-8. "This lesson provides students with the opportunity to develop their process skills by engaging in a mummification process and methodologically documenting the process."   Excellent

MUMMY DEAREST: UNDERSTANDING THE SCIENCE BEHIND MUMMIFICATION – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/19990824tuesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan for grades 6-12 on mummies. "In this lesson, students assess what environmental conditions best contribute to preservation and mummification by participating in a multi-day 'apple mummification' lab." Excellent

MY PYRAMID: PREPARING FOR A JOURNEY – LESSON PLAN
http://www.eduref.org/cgi-bin/printlessons.cgi/Virtual/Lessons/Language_Arts/Writing/WCP0023.html
A lesson plan for grades 4-8 on pyramids. "The students will write a three paragraph paper describing the treasures they would stock in their pyramid and explaining why their Ka would want and/or need these items on its journey." Excellent

MYSTERIES OF EGYPT – LESSON PLAN                     NEW!
http://www.learningtogive.org/lessons/unit180/lesson1.html
A lesson plan for grades 3-5 on the importance of studying past cultures, focusing on Ancient Egypt. "To spark interest in Ancient Egyptian culture learners will be introduced to the concept of recording history through the use of hieroglyphics. They will also explore the term "mystery" and its meanings. Learners will explore ancient Egyptian beliefs about the afterlife. They will also apply geographic skills to locate Egypt and the Nile River on a map. Learners willuse information gained from the movie to research ancient Egypt. They will create replicas of ancient Egyptian artifacts to display in a school museum. Learners will develop the role of curator and present their artifacts to visitors to the museum." Excellent

THE MYSTERY OF THE SCROLL: ANCIENT EGYPTIAN CULTURE AND GEOGRAPHY – LESSON PLAN         NEW!
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/lessons/17/g68/kingtut.html
A lesson plan on Ancient Egypt for grades 6-8. "How have the Egyptians thrived in a land of sand and water for thousands of years? What do the place where people chose to live and the way in which they structure their society around it say about those people? In this lesson students will explore how geographical features, both physical and cultural, of a place can give us insights into the lives of the people who have settled there, with Egypt as the primary example. Students will use maps to examine the design and location of ancient Egypt's tombs and pyramids. They will examine cultural and geographic evidence as clues for understanding the structure and placement of these historical landmarks. They will then explore the implications of caring for these structures in the future." Excellent

RIVER SOURCES AND STORIES – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/lessons/03/g35/morellriver.html
A lesson plan for grades 3-5 on the importance of rivers to civilization. "Students in these grade levels should be able to compare the physical characteristics of different regions and to understand the significance of one region to an adjoining area (such as the Blue Nile and the Nile in Egypt). In this lesson they will learn about the differences in precipitation levels and elevation in the regions of the Nile and its source rivers (the White Nile and the Blue Nile) and will explain the importance of the source rivers to civilization in Egypt." Excellent

SIM-MUMMY: A MUMMIFICATION SIMULATION
http://www.neferchichi.com/fruity.html
Students simulate mummification using an orange and a potato. Suitable for elementary and middle school students. Excellent

TRADERS OF THE LOST ART: RESEARCHING AND RECREATING EGYPTIAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE IN THE CLASSROOM – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/19990917friday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan for grades 6-12 on Egyptian art and architecture. "In this lesson, students work in small groups to investigate a variety of art and architecture forms common during the Old Kingdom epoch in ancient Egypt to evaluate how these forms of art reflect this culture's beliefs and values. Groups research their assigned art forms, create an accurate model of the form, and create a visual display of examples of this type of art or architecture from ancient Egypt." Excellent

TUT TECHNOLOGY – LESSON PLAN                         NEW!
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/lessons/17/g912/kingtut.html
A lesson plan for grades 9-12 on how technology is telling us more about how Pharaoh Tutankhamun may have died. "Students will explore what historical and recent research has revealed about King Tut in an effort to solve the mystery of how he died. They will then learn more about how new technology is helping scientists clarify the circumstances surrounding Tut's death. Additionally, they will discuss how ancient Egyptians used and advanced the technology present at the time to preserve information about their culture that has lasted for generations. They will create a timeline depicting important discoveries in the history of Tut research and note different technology used to explore Tut's tomb, both in the past and through the future. Finally, they will consider ways in which modern society is preserving clues about our culture through modern technological advances." Excellent

TUTANKHAMUN AND THE GOLDEN AGE OF…YOU! – ACTIVITY         NEW!
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/activities/02/kingtut.html
An activity adaptable to several grade levels on Tutankhamun. "The curator of a local museum has asked you to design an exhibit highlighting your life. You'll need to choose objects that reflect your life and decide upon the best way to exhibit them. But first, you'd better do some research into how museum exhibits are set up. To do that, you'll be exploring components of the 2005-2007 King Tut exhibit. After researching the Tut exhibit, you can take what you've learned and use the information to design your own exhibit." Excellent

WHERE CAN YOU FIND A GOOD MUMMY? – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/lessons/17/g912/goodmummy.html
A lesson plan for grades 9-12 on mummies. "This lesson will introduce students to the places where mummies have been found and the reasons why some cultures mummified their dead. Students will read an article and a Web page about mummies from Egypt and other parts of the world, and they will answer questions about what they have read. They will conclude by writing questions they might ask if they were archaeologists looking for additional mummies." Excellent

WOMEN’S RIGHTS – ANCIENT EGYPT AND THE U.S. – LESSON PLAN
http://www.womeninworldhistory.com/lesson6.html

A lesson plan that compares the rights of women in ancient Egypt to the rights of women in the U.S. today and in the 19th century. Excellent

WRITE LIKE AN EGYPTIAN: EXAMINING EXAMPLES OF ANCIENT WRITING SYSTEMS AND MODELING NEW SYSTEMS AFTER THEM – LESSON PLAN
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20020416tuesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan for grades 6-12 on ancient writing systems. "In this lesson, students learn about the discovery and import of the Scorpion Tableau. They then research other examples of ancient writing systems and synthesize their knowledge of them by designing new writing systems based on these early models." Excellent

YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU’VE GOT UNTIL IT’S FOUND: EXPLORING FAMOUS ANCIENT EGYPTIAN SITES IN THE CLASSROOM – LESSON PLAN                         NEW!
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20051102wednesday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons
A lesson plan for grades 6-12 on the Ancient Egyptians. "In this lesson, students consider what can be learned through the study of artifacts, focusing on those of ancient Egypt. They then research famous ancient Egyptian sites to prepare for the development of proposals for exhibits in a fictional children's wing at the Egyptian Museum." Excellent

AKHENATON - LESSON PLAN
http://school.discovery.com/lessonplans/programs/akhenaten/
A lesson plan on Akhenaton and the changes he made in Egyptian religion. "Students will understand the following:1. Some religions, or belief systems, develop because of the influence of an individual human being; some develop in other ways. 2. Religious leaders and religions have features in common as well as significant differences." Very Good

ANCIENT EGYPT CROSSWORD PUZZLE
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/xwords/20001101.html

A crossword puzzle on ancient Egypt from the New York Times. Very Good

ANCIENT EGYPT – LESSON PLAN
http://www.eduref.org/cgi-bin/printlessons.cgi/Virtual/Lessons/Language_Arts/Writing/WCP0054.html
A lesson plan on Egypt for grades 6-8. "A class or individual lesson using the guiding question: What can we discover about Ancient Egypt?" Very Good

ANCIENT EGYPT – LESSON PLAN
http://school.discovery.com/lessonplans/programs/tutankhamen/
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 on ancient Egypt. "Students will understand the following: 1. People of today know a lot about ancient Egyptian funeral rites and customs. 2. Ancient Egyptian funeral rites and customs are both different from and similar to funeral rites and customs of other cultures." Very Good

ANCIENT EGYPT INFORMATION PYRAMID – LESSON PLAN
http://www.educationworld.com/a_tsl/archives/01-1/lesson0014.shtml
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 on ancient Egypt. "Students work in cooperative groups of three or four to define Egyptian terms and use those terms on pre-cut triangles to create pyramids on oak tag for display." Very Good

CLAY SARCOPHAGUS – CLASSROOM ACTIVITY
http://homepages.tcp.co.uk/~nicholson/egypt.html

A classroom activity in which students create a clay sarcophagus and a painted mummy to go inside. Very Good

CLEOPATRA – LESSON PLAN
http://school.discovery.com/lessonplans/programs/cleopatra/
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 on Cleopatra.
"Students will understand the following: 1. Comparing people and ranking them is a difficult challenge. 2. People are important to society in many different ways."   Very Good

CONTRIBUTIONS OF ANCIENT EGYPT AND CHINA – LESSON PLAN
http://teachers.net/lessons/posts/2561.html
A lesson plan for second grade on comparing the achievements of ancient Egypt and China. "Students will be able to recognize patterns within and inductively arrive at generalizations about the contributions Ancient Egypt and China have made in regards to a) written language, b) laws, c) calendars, and d) architectural monuments."
Very Good

EGYPT FUN GUIDE – CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES
http://www.seaworld.org/fun%2Dzone/fun%2Dguides/egypt/index.htm
A list of activities for students on Egypt. Sections: Hieroglyphics, Vocabulary, Mummy Maze, Mummimals, Make Your Own Cartouche, Crossword Clues, Archeologist’s Challenge, A Nation of Irrigation, Pyramid Power and Secrets of the Nile. Very Good

EGYPT TECHNOLOGY UNIT
http://teachers.net/lessons/posts/3140.html
Lessons about the technological achievements of the ancient Egyptians. "Students will understand the architecture and history of mummies, tombs, and pyramids by researching topics using different approaches such as internet and video." Very Good

EGYPT’S GOLDEN EMPIRE – LESSON PLANS
http://www.pbs.org/empires/egypt/#
Lesson plans for the website Egypt’s Golden Empire. An interactive online "Experience". Includes three lessons. Includes a Timeline Companion site to the series. Very Good                         NOTE: We have the series on DVD.

EGYPTIAN ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN – CRAFTS
http://www.dltk-kids.com/world/egypt/index.htm
Includes coloring pages, origami pyramid, toilet paper roll mummy, bookmarks and more. Very Good

EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES – LESSON PLAN
http://school.discovery.com/lessonplans/programs/sneferu/
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 on ancient Egypt. "Students will understand the following: 1. Ancient builders overcame great obstacles in erecting monuments. 2. With the passage of time, some ancient monuments are deteriorating." Very Good

EGYPTIAN ART UNIT
http://www.art-rageous.net/EgyptianArt.html

A list of art projects done by 5th and 6th grade students. Click on the link for each for detailed materials lists and instructions. Very Good

EGYPTIAN CARTOUCHE – LESSON PLAN
http://www.eduref.org/cgi-bin/printlessons.cgi/Virtual/Lessons/Arts/Art_History/ARH0012.html
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 on Egyptian cartouche. "Students create their own Egyptian Cartouche with clay using Hieroglyphics." Very Good

EGYPTIAN SCARAB LESSON PLAN                         NEW!
http://www.umfa.utah.edu/?id=MjEw
A lesson plan for grades 8-12 in which students study Egyptian scarabs and then create their own. Very Good

GLOBAL TREK: WELCOME TO EGYPT
http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/globaltrek/destinations/egypt.htm
Activities for the classroom on ancient Egypt. Very Good

HISTORY MYSTERY – EGYPT GAME
http://teacher.scholastic.com/histmyst/start.asp?Game=45
Solve the mystery using the fewest clues. Very Good

HOW DID THEY DO IT? – LESSON PLAN
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/egypt/class/they.html

A lesson plan for the website Mysteries of the Nile on how the Egyptians might have used levers in constructing their monuments. Very Good

INSIDE THE PYRAMID – LESSON PLAN
http://school.discovery.com/lessonplans/programs/insidepyramids/
A lesson plan for grades 9-12 on the pyramids. "Students will • Understand why pyramids are important to different cultures. • Explore the differences and similarities among Egyptian, Maya, and Aztec pyramids. • Explain and illustrate these similarities and differences by developing a page for a magazine." Very Good     Note: We have the video  Inside the Pyramids

LESSON PLANS ON ANCIENT EGYPT
http://members.aol.com/tward64340/Egypt.htm
Four lessons/classroom activities: Scarab Paper Weights, Hieroglyphic Papyrus Art, Sand Art and Sarcophagus Drawing. Includes Links. Very Good

MAKING MUMMIES – LESSON PLAN
http://school.discovery.com/lessonplans/programs/makingmummies/
A lesson plan on mummies for grades 6-8. "Students will do the following: 1. Learn about different kinds of mummies around the world 2. Examine a well-known mummy or mummy group and present images and facts to the class." Very Good    Note: We have the video Mummies

MUMMY SAID THERE’D BE DAYS LIKE THIS – LESSON PLAN                 NEW!
http://www.wbra.org/html/edserv/ntti/2004Lessons/MummySaid.pdf
A lesson plan for grades 2-3 on Ancient Egypt that explores the contributions of Ancient Egyptian civilization on world history. Very Good

MUMMY TALES – LESSON PLAN                 NEW!
http://school.discovery.com/lessonplans/programs/mummytales/
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 on mummies. "Students will understand: 1/what mummies are and where they’ve been found; 2/ how and why mummies were made; and 3/what clues mummies give us about the culture of those who created them." Very Good

THE MUMMY’S TOMB: AN IDEAL HOPE CHEST – LESSON PLAN                     NEW!
http://www.umfa.utah.edu/?id=MjA5
A lesson plan for grades 8-12 on mummy cases and canopic jars. Students will create their own canopic jars or mummy cases. Very Good

NEWTON’S APPLE: MUMMIES – CLASSROOM ACTIVITY
http://www.ktca.org/newtons/13/mummy.html
Students read about mummies and then mummify an apple. Includes other activities as well. Very Good

THE NILE – LESSON PLAN
http://school.discovery.com/lessonplans/programs/nile/
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 on the Nile River. "Students will understand the following: 1. The Nile River played an important role in the lives of ancient Egyptians and still does today. 2. Ancient Egyptians had many of the same concerns as we do today: for example, food supply, technological advances, weather, natural habitats. 3. Part of ancient Egyptian society was literate." Very Good

PLANNING A PYRAMID – PLAY SCRIPT
http://teacher.scholastic.com/lessonrepro/lessonplans/profbooks/pyramid.pdf

A printable play script on pyramids in ancient Egypt. Very Good

RAMSES THE GREAT – LESSON PLAN
http://school.discovery.com/lessonplans/programs/ramses/
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 on Ramses the Great. "Students will understand the following: 1. Ramses’ archaeological record tells us much about the pharaoh. 2. Archaeologists examine the connections or contradictions between the Bible and other historical clues." Very Good

THIS JUST IN! NILE NETWORK NEWS UPDATE – LESSON PLAN
http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/lessons/nile/
A lesson plan on ancient Egypt. "Students will conduct research on the large number of engineering, scientific, architectural and artistic contributions of the ancient Egyptians. They will share their findings by producing a TV news broadcast presentation." Very Good

ANCIENT EGYPT AND HIEROGLYPHICS – LESSON PLAN
http://www.eduref.org/cgi-bin/printlessons.cgi/Virtual/Lessons/Social_Studies/World_History/Ancient_History/ANH0200.html
A lesson plan for grade 2 on hieroglyphics. "This lesson plan incorporates library skills with classroom activities to create hieroglyphic stories." Good

ANCIENT EGYPT COLORING BOOK
http://www.kingtutone.com/kids/color/
Five pages to print out and color. Good

ANCIENT EGYPT COLORING PAGES
http://www.coloring.ws/egypt.htm
Twenty pages to print out and color. Good

ANCIENT EGYPT COLORING PAGES
http://www.proteacher.com/cgi-bin/outsidesite.cgi?external=http://www.coloring.ws/egypt.htm&original=http://www.proteacher.com/090012.shtml&title=Ancient%20Egypt%20Coloring%20Page

Twenty-three coloring pages to print out. Good

ANCIENT EGYPT – WEB SCHOOL – LESSON PLANS
http://webschool.wash.k12.ut.us/socialstudies/world/egypt/ancientegypt.html
Lessons on ancient Egypt. Good

ANCIENT EGYPT WORD SEARCH PUZZLE
http://www.learningplanet.com/act/ws/h_ws.asp?h_egypt
An online word search puzzle for students. Just drag your cursor. Good

DAILY LIFE IN ANCIENT EGYPT – ONLINE QUIZ
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/ngkids/games/brainteaser/egypt/egypt.html
A 12-question quiz for kids on daily life in ancient Egypt. Note: Click on the answer paragraph to go to the next question. Good

EGYPT VOYAGER – HIEROGLYPH LESSONS – LESSON PLANS
http://www.egyptvoyager.com/hieroglyph_archives.htm
Lessons on reading hieroglyphs. Includes a translator to translate your name into hieroglyphs. Note: Not lesson plans. Good

EGYPTIAN ART LESSON – SCULPTURE – LESSON PLAN
http://www.historylink101.com/lessons/art_history_lessons/egypt_art1.htm

A lesson which examines Egyptian sculpture and painting and poses questions about them. Good

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPHS – LESSON PLAN
http://www.kidzone.ws/cultures/egypt/hieroglyph.htm
A lesson plan for primary students on hieroglyphs. Good

EGYPTIAN SCAVENGER HUNT
http://edweb.sdsu.edu/courses/edtec670/egypt/hunt/EgyptHunt.html
A "scavenger hunt" in which students visit web sites to find clues to fill out the crossword puzzle. Good

FUN WITH HIEROGLYPHICS – LESSON PLAN
http://www.eduref.org/cgi-bin/printlessons.cgi/Virtual/Lessons/Social_Studies/World_History/Ancient_History/ANH0201.html
A lesson plan for 4th grade on hieroglyphics. "This lesson will introduce students to one of the earliest forms of writing which comes from Ancient Egypt. Hieroglyphics will come alive to the students as they create their own story in hieroglyphics." Good

KING TUT ON THE MOVE – LESSON PLAN                                 NEW!
http://www.education-world.com/a_lesson/newsforyou/newsforyou003.shtml
A lesson plan for grades 2 and up on Tutankhamun in which students read about the exhibition of artifacts from the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun . Good

PAPYRUS PROJECT – MAKING PAPYRUS - CLASSROOM ACTIVITY
http://www.historyforkids.org/crafts/projects/papyrus.htm
A classroom activity for students in which they make papyrus from reeds or paper. Good

TIME TRAVEL TO ANCIENT EGYPT – RESEARCH PROJECT                         NEW!
http://www.mcps.k12.md.us/schools/mvms/instruct/ancient_egypt.html
A research project for 6th grade students on Ancient Egypt. "Students will research, prepare and present information on a poster board about the Ancient Egyptian Civilization." Good

TOUR EGYPT’S DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
http://touregypt.net/crossword/
An interactive online crossword puzzle with words associated with Egypt. Good

WHEEL OF PHARAOH – LESSON PLAN                     NEW!
http://school.discovery.com/lessonplans/programs/wheelofpharaoh/
A lesson plan for grades K-5 on Ancient Egypt. "Students will: 1/ review important facts and concepts about ancient Egyptian civilization; 2/ identify important vocabulary and names pertaining to ancient Egypt." Good

WORKING 9 TO 5 IN ANCIENT EGYPT - LESSON PLAN
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/02/lp276-04.shtml
A lesson plan for grade 6 and above about working in ancient Egypt. "By creating a pyramid diagram that reflects the social order in ancient Egypt, students can compare the ancient social order with the social order in our world today." Good

WEBQUESTS

ANCIENT EGYPT: SEARCHING FOR TREASURE ON THE NET – WEBQUEST
http://www.mcps.k12.md.us/schools/mvms/instruct/ancient_egypt.html
A webquest for 6th grade students on ancient Egypt. "Knowledge gives us a power and wealth which cannot be stolen or lost. Unlock the treasure of knowledge left to us by the people of Ancient Egypt, a people who took their one main resource and turned a harsh potentially barren environment into a civilization of such magnificence that their accomplishments are still admired and studied by people all over the world.
 DIRECTIONS: Using the site called Pharaonic Egypt choose the topics which you think will answer the questions in your treasure chest. Write the answers in complete sentences on a piece of notebook paper and share them with your group."
Excellent

ANCIENT EGYPT WEBQUEST
http://www.chhs.nsw.edu.au/Ancient%20Egypt%20WebQuest.htm
A webquest for middle school students on ancient Egypt. "As advisors to the Ruler of an ancient African civilization, you have been ordered to design a magnificent tomb to honour your Ruler after death. Your Ruler has closely followed the neighbouring Egyptian civilization. Since this is the first time your culture has undertaken such a large and important project, your Ruler has recommended that you study Egyptian methods of construction, interior design, and mummification. The Ruler has set up a ‘tender’ process, with a number of groups of advisers competing to come up with the best plan. In ancient times advisers often thought hard about these projects because the successful tenderers would be handsomely rewarded and the other advisers killed." Excellent

ANCIENT EGYPT WEBQUEST
http://www.fcps.k12.va.us/KingsParkES/technology/webquests/Egypt/
A webquest for elementary students on ancient Egypt. "Congratulations!!! You and your partner have been chosen by the Egyptian Tourist Bureau to design a brochure about ancient or modern Egypt. You will use the Internet to locate information. Using KidPix, you will create illustrations and finally, you'll put together your brochure with ClarisWorks. In order to complete this important project you will need to use the following instructions. Proceed carefully because many first-time tourists are counting on you. Plus, your brochures will be displayed prominently at Kings Park's Museum in Progress, later this school year. Good luck!" Excellent

ANCIENT EGYPT WEBQUEST
http://www.iwebquest.com/egypt/ancientegypt.htm
Elementary and middle school students can learn about Ancient Egypt while having fun. Includes sources for information both on and offline. There are six Missions students can undertake. There is also a section called Fun Egyptian Activities with everything from Word Search to Sounds of Egypt to drawing. There are also lesson suggestions. An outstanding site. Excellent

THE BURIAL OF TUTANKHAMUN: A WEBQUEST                     NEW!
http://education.iupui.edu/webquests/Tut/kingtut.htm
A webquest on Ancient Egypt and Tutankhamun for middle school/junior high students. "You are ancient Egyptians during the reign of King Tutankhamen, the great pharaoh.  Sadly, your king has unexpectedly passed away at the age of eighteen.  There are many mysteries surrounding his death, but the task at hand is to prepare to bury your king.   Each of you, in your own way, will be playing an important role in saying farewell to young King Tut.  By preparing for the king's funeral, you will learn about the burial customs and practices of the ancient Egyptians and the reign of an infamous Egyptian leader." Excellent

DIE LIKE AN EGYPTIAN – WEBQUEST
http://www.d118.s-cook.k12.il.us/south/curriculum/team6c/Egypt/egypt2.htm
A group of projects using websites for middle school students. Choices: Linguistic, Logical/Mathematical, Musical, Kinesthetic, Intrapersonal and Visual/Spatial. Students must complete three of the projects. Excellent

EGYPT WEBQUEST
http://coe.west.asu.edu/students/lbeloat/egyptproject.html
A webquest for upper elementary/junior high students on Egypt. "Egyptologists, welcome to Lynda's Archaeological Dig. Through this site you be will digging up information on the internet. You will be performing many tasks to help you learn about Ancient Egypt.
To assist you with your dig, I will give you links to many excellent sites where you can discover all types of information. You will be learning about pyramids, Ancient Egyptian religion, gods and goddesses, mummification pharaohs, hieroglyphics, and more.
The internet is Lynda's Archaeological Dig Site, and all Dig Groups will need to carefully work together to find the artifacts that have been buried here. Have Fun!"
Note: We found a couple of broken links on this site. Excellent

EGYPTIAN GAZETTE: SPECIAL EDITION – WEBQUEST                         NEW!
http://www.millard.k12.ut.us/inservice/2000/myers.html
A webquest on Ancient Egypt for 6th grade students. "Your reporting team is assigned the task of reasearching, writing, and editing a single edition of your newspaper that focuses on the circumstances surrounding King Tut's death.  Include in this edition (1) a news article describing his death, (2) an obituary for King Tut, (3) a human interest story describing the life of King Tut, and (4) a letter to the editor from someone inside the royal house.
Each member of the team will answer the following questions when completing their research. 1.  How old was King Tut when he died?   2.  Who succeeded King Tut as Pharaoh? 3.  Is there any evidence of possible foul play? 4.  What facts are given about his death? 5.  What was his royal life like? 6.   Did you find any interesting facts about King Tut's life or death?"
Excellent

I WANT MY MUMMY! – WEBQUEST – THE SCIENTIFIC AND SOCIAL CONTROVERSY OF UNEARTHING HUMAN REMAINS
http://home.cfl.rr.com/mrshebert/Mummy/index.htm
A webquest for upper elementary students on mummies. "The President of Egypt is in a dilemma. You see, deep in the heart of Egypt, in the long forgotten city of Mzabwa, world famous archaeologist, Dr. Doug N. Deep has discovered what he believes to be the ancient burial site of Pharaoh Leevme-Lohn, who is believed to be a predecessor to King Tut! Dr. Deep believes that the mummy could be the key to understanding ancient Egyptians and their culture. He also stands to gain international fame, hence fortune, if he can secure a permit that will allow him to continue the dig and unearth the mummy.
Soon word of this fantastic find got out, and people from all over Egypt began to arrive at the dig site, but not all for the same reasons. The first to arrive at the site was Egypt’s Minister of National Antiquities (MONA). MONA is dedicated not only to the preservation of national ancient sites, but also to preventing all foreigners from getting ahold of anything that could be of value to the country. In the past, too many relics and artifacts have been whisked away right under the collective noses of MONA and taken to distant lands. MONA intends to do all it can to make sure that never happens again. It’s a matter of national pride, as well as financial gain.
 The arrival of MONA was followed closely by that of the curator of the Museum of Egyptian Relics (MER). The curator recognizes the incredible educational value of such an historic find. Additionally, she can earn a huge raise, as well as a promotion to the position of Curator of the National Museum of Egypt, if she can convince the President to award possession of the mummy to MER for a period of one year.
Not far behind the others was the arrival of the head of a watchdog group called Egyptians for the Preservation of Ancient History (EPAH). Members of this group are direct descendants of Pharaoh. EPAH’s only purpose is to try and prevent scientists from disturbing the ancient burial mound. Besides being sacred ground to the EPAHs, legend claims that opening the mummy's sarcophagus will cause a curse to be cast over all of Egypt!
How would you advise the President of Egypt regarding the excavation of Pharaoh? To which person or group should the President grant custody of the mummy, thereby determining its fate? You and your group must make this tough decision on behalf of all the citizens in Egypt.Do your best…. the entire world is awaiting your decision!"
Excellent

IN SEARCH OF TUT’S CAT – WEBQUEST                         NEW!
http://www2.frederick.k12.va.us/wq/tutquest/index.htm
A webquest introducing Ancient Egypt for elementary students. "Your task now, Mr. Carter is to find a way to lift the curse of the pharaoh.  Ancient papyrus scrolls found in the tomb suggest that your only hope is to discover the name of the young Tut's beloved cat.  Quite a task indeed Mr. Carter.  You must now retrace your famous footsteps and unearth clues that you overlooked on your first expedition.  These clues will eventually reveal the name of this nefarious feline, the name that may just save your life." Note that the print on the home page is very small and difficult to read. The following pages are much better. We also found a couple of broken links. Excellent

PYRAMIDS WEBQUEST
http://cte.jhu.edu/techacademy/web/2000/wright/pyramids.html
A webquest for 10th grade students on the pyramids. "One of the greatest mysteries ever known to mankind has been the designing and construction of the Ancient Pyramids.  The world's oldest structure is so advanced that it cannot be duplicated today, even using current technology.  Can you, the engineers of the future, uncover some of the intrigue and mystique that surround these structures?  Can you discover construction methods?  the geometry used?  materials that were used? design concepts that fueled this design?  This webquest will help you on your journey through Ancient Egypt to explore these various topics.  During your exploration, you will gather information and hints on how to lead your group's creation of "The Great Pyramid". Excellent

TRAVEL AGENT TO THE ANCIENT WORLD – WEBQUEST                     NEW!
http://mciu.org/~spjvweb/ancientwq.html
A webquest on ancient cultures for upper elementary students and up. "A large group of ancient tourists is planning a trip. As members of a travel agency, you have been brought it to "sell a trip" to your own ancient civilization. Not only do you want to land this big account and prove your culture the very best destination, you are also a proud citizen. You want to encourage tourism, to show this group of early tourists all your civilization has accomplished. Your group will be assigned one of the following cultures to promote: India ● China ● Rome ● Israel ● Greece Each group member will be responsible for two products: a two-page persuasive essay and a section of a PowerPoint travel brochure." This is easily adaptable to just Ancient Egypt. Excellent

TRAVEL DOWN THE NILE – WEBQUEST
http://coe.west.asu.edu/students/ncampbell/wquest/
A webquest for upper elementary students on Egypt. "Embark on a mission to answer the question, "Who is Your Favorite Pharaoh?" Research and analyze information on a given Pharaoh. Form your opinions and construct a research-based persuasive message to convince others of the validity of your Pharaoh. Read to answer specific questions. Take notes on at least 6 note cards that will answer your question. Structure ideas and arguments in a persuasive and sophisticated way. Support them with precise and relevant examples. Use graphics, organization and verbal storytelling to persuade the audience. Accompany this with written evidence." Excellent

TUTANKHAMUN – WAS IT MURDER? – A WEBQUEST
http://www.pekin.net/pekin108/wash/webquest/
A student team taking the role of a medical examiner, a reporter, an archeologist, a history professor and an historian must investigate the life and mysterious death of Pharaoh Tutankhamun and determine the manner of his death. The team will write a persuasive essay giving their findings and conclusion. Excellent

ANCIENT EGYPT WEBQUEST
http://www.ea1785.org/htm/AcadS/librarysystem/annenelem/cformpagesandpdf/ancientegyptwebquest.htm
A webquest on ancient Egypt. "Let's imagine we are living in Ancient Egypt. All citizens have jobs and responsibilities. In this WebQuest you will be assigned a job. You will be either an Archaeologist, Artist, Embalmer, Architect or Cartographer. After you do research using the recommended web sites you will be expected to tell the class what your job is like. You may use notes and web images for your presentation which should last about 10 minutes." Very Good

ANCIENT EGYPT WEBQUEST
http://www.fcasd.edu/schools/DMS/wq/EgyptWQ.htm
A webquest for middle school students on ancient Egypt. "The Task:1. Continue your research today by using the internet. Scroll down until you find the research topic that you have selected. 2. Read all the information under that topic. 3. You may print an article if you wish. 4. As you finish researching each site under your topic, write a bibliography note card following the directions on the DMS library sheet." Note: There is no link for #4. Very Good

ANCIENT EGYPT WEBQUEST
http://www.mcps.k12.md.us/schools/kingsviewms/Media%20Center/Ancient%20Egypt%20Web%20Quest/
A webquest for middle school students on ancient Egypt. "You are an archeologist hoping to become an expert on ancient Egypt (an Egyptologist!).  You and your team have recently uncovered a previously unknown pyramid full of treasures and writings about Egypt long ago.  To become an Egyptologist you must study the pyramid's secrets and become an expert on Egyptian civilization." Very Good

THE GREAT PYRAMID – A WEBQUEST ACTIVITY
http://www.personal.psu.edu/faculty/j/x/jxz8/Student_Webquests/Shatto/PYRAMID1.HTM
A webquest for high school students on the Great Pyramid. "After researching the Great Pyramids, you and your partner will use the information you found to construct a scale model of the Great Pyramid, perform mathematical analyses from the data you have collected and make a short presentation using this information. You will also analyze a specific topic that is of interest to both of you." Note: We found several broken links on this site. Very Good

THE MUMMY WEBQUEST
http://web.mala.bc.ca/webquests3/mummy/hook.htm
A webquest for grade 7 (note: this is from Canada so the grade may not match here) on mummies. "Universal Studio was outraged with  inaccuracies in the movie THE MUMMY. The producer is looking to hire a team of technical assistants to work on Mummy II. This is an opportunity for you to provide accurate technical information and submit descriptive ideas for the movie setting." Note: We found several broken links on this site. Very Good

MYSTERIES OF EGYPT – WEBQUEST
http://www.beverlyschools.org/schools/hannah/Ancient%20Egypt%20WebQuest.htm
A webquest for 4th grade students on Egypt. "Imagine a place a long, long time ago where a river gently winds its way through a desert valley.Ê Although the desert is hot and dry, the water from the river keeps the surrounding area green and lush so that people and animals can live there.Ê Every year the river floods its banks and deposits rich black soil that is ideal for growing crops.Ê Ducks, geese, and cranes are plentiful in the marshland, and fish live in abundance in the river.Ê Hippopotamuses and crocodiles swim in the pools along the riverbank.Ê Palm trees and fig trees grow along the river.Ê This is the land of the great Nile River Valley of ancient Egypt, one of the richest and most powerful civilizations of the ancient world.ÊÊÊÊ Come along with me on a journey through time and space, or should I say "cyberspace", to this amazing land.Ê Together, we will explore the systems and structures the ancient Egyptian civilization developed to meet the needs of its people.Ê When our journey ends, we will realize that many aspects of this fascinating culture are still evident today!" (Ignore the Ê’s in the quote – computer glitch on their site) Note: We found a couple of broken links on this site. Very Good

TAKE A TOUR OF ANCIENT EGYPT- WEBQUEST
http://tec.uno.edu/AuthorsSummer2000/KForsythe/webpages/egypt.html
A webquest (online project) for fifth and sixth graders. Includes an Introduction; Objectives; Activities; and the Final Project. Very Good

TRAVEL BACK TO EGYPT – WEBQUEST
http://teacherweb.com/MA/Stacy/Tominsky/
A webquest for middle school/junior high students on Egypt. "The year is 2,500. Time travel is the only way to vacation! You are the owner of a travel agency and want people to take trips back in time. In order for you to create travel brochures, you, and your expert team must first go back in time for accurate information. You have had many requests from travelers to visit "Ancient Egypt." There are no brochures left in your agency. Your team needs to create an exciting brochure so tourists can see what the possibilities are for such a trip. You and your team will travel back to visit Egypt and check out some of the best attractions. Remember, customers mean money, and an interesting brochure will attract customers!" Very Good

AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ART EXHIBIT – WEBQUEST                         NEW!
http://www.studentweb.fontbonne.edu/~twoo565/webquest/
A webquest for middle school students and up on Ancient Egyptian art. "After learning of the knowledge you possess about Ancient Egypt, the museum has chosen you to develop such an exhibit. To complete this task you must: ● Research the people and art from Ancient Egypt. Be sure to include information from the Old, Middle, and New Kingdoms. ● Using the suggested websites, choose at least ten works of art that you will purchase for the museum and include a picture of each. Include a price list for the art. ● Create an informative brochure for visitors that includes: 1. a detailed description of each work 2. a map of Ancient Egypt illustrating where each work of are was found 3. a timeline that includes each art piece and other information that you find important ● Design a blueprint of your museum exhibit. Explain why you chose to arrange the material in that order. ● From a visitor's point of view, describe what could be learned from your exhibit." We found a couple of broken links on this site. Good

ANCIENT EGYPT WEBQUEST
http://www.fayette.k12.il.us/techcurr/rhonda/egypt.htm

A webquest for upper elementary/middle school students on ancient Egypt. "Egypt is located on the continent of Africa along the Nile River. The civilization of ancient Egypt, together with Mesopotamia, India, and China, was one of the earliest civilizations in the world. With your partner you need to read all of the text in the first seven sites. After you finish that you will then go to your research topic." Note: We found several broken links on this site. Good

DISCOVER THE WORLD OF TUTANKHAMUN! – WEBQUEST                     NEW!
http://www.mcps.k12.md.us/schools/chevychasees/tut%20webquest/tut.index.htm
A webquest for 6th grade students on Tutankhamun. "King Tutankhamun is better known as King Tut, but until his tomb was discovered on November 4, 1922, he was an unknown pharaoh.  Follow this WebQuest to learn more about King Tut and the exhibit that you will be visiting in Philadelphia!" Good

EGYPT: A WEBQUEST                         NEW!
http://ulhomepage.lps.org/jrushing/web/EGYPT.htm
A webquest for grades 4-5 on Egypt. "*Students will use the Internet to research Egypts Pyramids *Students will learn about the mummification process *Students will learn about King Tutankhamun *Students will be able to navigate between multiple applications *Students will create a multimedia presentation demonstrating what they learned" Good

EGYPTIAN MUMMIES – WEBQUEST
http://members.tripod.com/~mbamca/egyptianmummies.html
A webquest for elementary students on mummies. "Pretend you are an anthropologist studying Egyptian Mummification. Your search will take you to the Valley of the Kings in Egypt where you and a colleague will explore the desert to find the answers to questions still unknown by many of the scientists in your field (your classmates). Enjoy your dig!" Note: We found a broken link on this site. Good

PYRAMIDS ON PARADE - WEBQUEST
http://clerccenter.gallaudet.edu/TecEds/trainees/Karen.DeFazio/Webquest/
A webquest on pyramids. "One of the ancient wonders of the world are the pyramids in Egypt.  We have heard stories over and over again about why they were built and what they are for.  Using the artifacts modern day people have tried to determine how and for what the pyramids of the third and fourth dynasty were built. Have you ever wondered why they were built? What they were made of? Who used them anyway? Why are they shaped that way?     In this Web Quest you and the other members of your group will be researching the pyramids and becoming the "local expert" on one component  of the building." Note: Most of the links on this site either don’t work or send you to the wrong site. You’ll need to add your own. Good

TATA, TUT – A WEBQUEST                             NEW!
http://www.lz95.org/technology/wirelesswonders/WebQuests/Quests/tut_tut/Tata_Tut.htm
A webquest for elementary students on Tutankhamun. "You are ancient Egyptians during the reign of  King Tutankhamun, the great pharoah.  Sadly, your king has unexpectedly passed away at the age of eighteen.  The task at hand is to prepare to bury your king.   Each of you, in your own way, will be playing an important role in saying farewell to young King Tut.  By preparing for the king's funeral, you will learn more about Ancient Egypt and the burial customs." All of the links of this site are old. You will need to add your own. Good

                                    

Prepared by the Cumberland County AVA Center staff. Please call #856-451-0817 or email: avacenter@cumbavac.org with questions or suggestions for future web site lists.

You are welcome to post this list on your website. If you do, you must use the entire list as is and credit Carol Lyn Hutton,  Cumberland County AVA Center, Bridgeton, New Jersey.   You must also provide a link back to our site.  http://www.cumbavac.org 

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April 2007

Photos from The Egypt Archive (see list)

http://www.egyptarchive.co.uk/html/index.html

Animations from Hathor’s Realm

http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Atrium/4908/index.html

Clipart from Microsoft Office Clipart Gallery

http://office.microsoft.com/clipart/default.aspx?lc=en-us

Clipart from King Tut One

http://www.kingtutone.com/

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