Tuesday, August 07, 2007

more ancient egypt info for your inquiry study

here are more links for you to investigate:

[please note, some are totally information based and some may have the intention of advertising books for sale, etc. See if you can analyse the sites and evaluate their usefulness]

I hope some of these sites will provide valuable information for you to cross reference your different sources of information.

And hopefully more than the usual four or five people will visit here and leave relevant comments. Comment about which sites include useful info would be a good starting point.

Well done to regular and purposeful blog users. You know who you are.


I hereby bequeath you a canopic jar each!


Skipper Bob said...

here are some:



G-man said...

Those are some pretty interesting sites. Hope u get well soon!

IM A ROOM5IAN said...

great! and yes, i hope to see a few more people on the blog too!
zthe more the merrier!!!!

Kitty Kat said...

some of the sites I know are good are...




these are sites I know and trust.

IM A ROOM5IAN said...

er, kitty kat, those sites are all on the list, :)

oh, and check out the timeline on the wikipedia website, its awesome!! and check out 'see also' on wikipedia whioch has some more great links!

Fantastic website choices mr woody!!

IM A ROOM5IAN said...

this is a picture of a canopic jar!! check it out!

it has the set of the four canopic jars.

Skipper Bob said...

creepy pictures are they the ones which hold organs?????

Kitty Kat said...

I know those are the ones that are useful!!!!!!!!!
Where are you getting those canopic jars from mr woody?????

mr woody said...

i've got some old jam jars i have for recycling 8>)

IM A ROOM5IAN said...

oops, ok kitty kat, i agree with them too!

we could decorate the jam jars!!

Alpha said...

a good site is

Kitty Kat said...

Yeah that would be really cool!
We could get jars and paint them in 3 ish diferent colours then we could scratch ( with pins) hieroglypics into the jars!
We have cool JARS!!!!
It would be very educational and fun oh and realated.

pom said...

The hieroglypic language is very interesting, for instance they don't have any symbols for some of the letters in the English alphabet, like C, isn't that right paper scissors.

shorty said...

by the way on my blog i have a stanza fron an old poem and i have a question about it so you should check it out

shorty said...

oopsie i said fron instead of from
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shorty said...

sorry about the series of random dots and lines