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1º de ESO Geography and History


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GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION

ECONOMY

SOCIETY

GOVERNMENT

WRITING and CULTURE

RELIGION

ART

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Glossary GLOSSARY

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Colossal (Arte)
Column
Grave goods
Lintel
Scribe

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Geography Unit THE EARTH PLANET

Relief Unit RELIEF

Climate Unit THE CLIMATE

Prehistory Unit PREHISTORIC LIFE


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Mycerinos and his wife
Mycerinos and his wife

Importante A great amount of Ancient Egyptian sculptural pieces are conserved, the majority of which, come from temples and tombs. They were made of stone, wood or bronze.

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There are different types:

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Viñeta Statues of Pharaohs and people from the court

They are figures are represented with idealized, rigid, and static (motionless) characteristics, with arms stuck to the body (law of frontality). They tried to give the sensation of being majestic. There is also an abundance of sculptures of gods and deified animals.

Statue of cat
Bronze statue of a cat
The Mayor of the village
The mayor of the village

Viñeta Statues of people from an inferior class that were represented by natural and realistic postures and shapes (for example, the Mayor of the village).

Viñeta There are many figurines that represented scenes from daily life (agricultural work, soldiers, servants, craftsmen, etc.).
Making beer
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