Ancient Egypt: The Old Kingdom

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During ancient Egypt, there were three periods the old, middle, and new kingdoms of stability. The Old Kingdom is known as the Age of the pyramids. During the Old Kingdom people centralized power in the government. The Old Kingdom is during 2700-2200 B.C.E. The Middle Kingdom, known as the Period of Reunification was when art, literature, and architecture flourished. The Middle Kingdom is during 2000-1800 B.C.E. The New Kingdom was Egypt’s Golden Age. When Egypt reached its golden age, it reached the full height of its monument and power. The New Kingdom was when it was 1600-1100 B.C.E. Four very important Pharaohs ruled during the Old, Middle, and New Kingdom.
Pharaoh Khufu is a very important ruler in Egypt. The reason he is so powerful and important is
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Being a Pharaoh, her greatest achievement is that she gained power as a man when she was pharaoh. Although, she built many monuments her most amazing monument is the Dayr-al-Bahri. She had many trade expeditions and her greatest expedition is the the African Kingdom of Punt. She ruled from 1473 and 1458 B.C.E.
One of the most powerful pharohs is Ramses II. He served as Egypt’s Pharaoh for more than 60 years from 1290 to 1224 B.C.E. He is best known for his numerous monuments and his military campaigns. He fought with his father in the army when he was only 10. Pharaoh Ramses II most well known accomplishment was to sign the world’s first peace treaty. Pharaoh Ramses the II is one of the most powerful pharaohs. In Chapter 8 you learned about pharaohs, Ramses II, Hatshepsut, Khufu, and Senusret. Ramses II was best known for signing the world’s first peace treaty. Hatshepsut is best known for promoting trade. Khufu is known best for his monument, the great pyramid. Senusret is known for constructing the White Chapel. Also you learned about the old, middle, and new kingdom. Also you learned about the monuments the 4 pharaoh's left

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