Ancient Egypt trade analysis

Trade has always been a vital aspect of any civilization. The Ancient Egyptians were wonderful traders. Ancient Egypt was a country rich in many natural resources but still was not self – sufficient and so they had to rely on trade for necessary goods and luxuries. The Natural resources and raw materials of Ancient Egypt … Read more

Ancient Egyptian Construction and Architecture

The ancient Egyptian construction and architecture (dates back to five thousand years Before Christ), is considered as one of the most important civilizations that was influential throughout the history. The Arabic Republic of Egypt is a country that includes many interesting ancient architectural temples, pyramids, tombs, buildings and monuments that are aligned along the Egyptian … Read more

Ancient Egypt trade analysis

Trade has always been a vital aspect of any civilization. The Ancient Egyptians were wonderful traders. Ancient Egypt was a country rich in many natural resources but still was not self – sufficient and so they had to rely on trade for necessary goods and luxuries. The Natural resources and raw materials of Ancient Egypt … Read more

How King Tutankhamun died?

According to our text, The Humanities, “King Tutankhamun was just a teenager when he died. For an ancient Egyptian pharaoh, presumably well-fed and fiercely protected, this was a premature demise. It was also momentous, for his death meant the beginning of the end of ancient Egypt’s 18th dynasty”. (Sayre, 2015) What and how did this … Read more

Ancient Egyptian Construction and Architecture

The ancient Egyptian construction and architecture (dates back to five thousand years Before Christ), is considered as one of the most important civilizations that was influential throughout the history. The Arabic Republic of Egypt is a country that includes many interesting ancient architectural temples, pyramids, tombs, buildings and monuments that are aligned along the Egyptian … Read more

The Epic of Gilgamesh

In the Epic of Gilgamesh, Gilgamesh goes between his conscious and unconscious in order to uncover and solve his problems and figure out his own fear of death. Gilgamesh is a king who has negative impact on his kingdom. He forces people to build walls and oppresses and wrongs the people. Throughout the epic, he … Read more

Comparison of Noah and Gilgamesh

It is said that life is 10% what you influence it and 90% how you to take it. It isn’t the conditions of life that decide a man’s character. Or maybe, it is the way a man reacts to those conditions that gives a show of his identity. “From the Epic of Gilgamesh”, and “Noah … Read more

The History and Purpose of Hieroglyphics

Writing was a crucial element of the ancient Egyptian civilization. Egyptian writing has a rich and diverse history, and it helped their society thrive for thousands of years. We can still use their hieroglyphics to learn about the ancient Egyptians today. The word “Hieroglyphics” stems from the Greek words “Hiero”, meaning holy, and “Glyph”, meaning … Read more

Comparing and Contrasting the Obelisks of Hatshepsut and the Harburg Monument against War and Fascism and for Peace

The Obelisks of Hatshepsut Contrasted with the Harburg Monument against War and Fascism and for Peace The four obelisks of Hatshepsut, Queen of Egypt were erected at Karnak, temple of Amen-Ra under the reign of Queen Hatshepsut during the New Kingdom era between 1473 and 1458 B.C (“Fragment”). They were built to celebrate her accession … Read more

How Ancient Incas Even Managed to Build Pyramids?

The Pyramid Effect First off Id like to say, that the Incas were probably the most fascinating native Americans of all. They had the largest empire of all, spanning from southern Colombia to southern Chile. They had a giant road system that spanned from one end to the other; and were also famous for there … Read more

The History Of Ancient Mesopotamia

Isaac Newton once said “The only reason I have seen further is by standing on shoulders of giants.” He implied that our technological improvements and advancements did not happen overnight, but started from the ancient times and were improved by us. Mesopotamia was the place that had a plethora of natural resources and that allowed … Read more

Imhotep’s Biography

About 4600 years ago today we lost a true scholar, an Egyptian polymath, and a true vision seeker, Imhotep. Imhotep was a bold man who learned from his successors, and his name meant “He Who Comes in Peace” and that was truly who he was. He was the only Egyptian to be fully deified, becoming … Read more

ignorance results to immaturity in adults.

The most dreaded lesson in the eyes of a child is the concept of “no.” While most children eventually realize that not everything in the world is available for their taking, the select few who neglect to recognize their limitations inevitably grow up to be self-indulgent, immature adults and burdens to those around them. In … Read more

Cause of stance loss in battles of Gilgamesh.

The Mesopotamian epic, Gilgamesh, translated by David Ferry tells the tale of loss that has been so prominent to even stand around until this day and time. This concept of loss has especially been nurtured in the Mesopotamian time period because of the almost regular wars and battles that fought over power. In the end … Read more

The Destiny of Queen Cleopatra VII

Queen Cleopatra VII Imagine if you were an empire’s queen or king. Would you be a good one, a bad one, a careless one? Imagine all the pressure, luxuries, happiness, and tragedy. Would you want to be a ruler? The Birth Of Cleopatra Cleopatra VII (7) was born around c.69 BC. Her full name Cleopatra … Read more

Hammurabi’s Code: A Historic Overview

Hammurabi’s Code – Examples of Justice from the Babylonian Empire Humans, being inherently selfish, will attempt to exploit one another if this kind of behavior is not discouraged. Today, nations have collections of laws and codes which their citizens are expected to follow. Laws are a tradition that reach back thousands of years into the … Read more

The Bust of Queen Nefertiti and The Augustus of Prima Porta: What Do They Have In Common

Roman Essay “The Bust of Queen Nefertiti is dated 1340 BCE and was created by the court sculptor Thutmosis, it shows Nefertiti from the shoulders up wearing her Blue Crown(Elusiv.com).” It is made out of limestone and stucco, the height measuring up to 19 inches. Nefertiti is widely known for her beauty and versatility. “According … Read more

Ancient Greece And Ancient Persia

When we as Westerners think of antiquity’s greatest civilizations, surely classical Greece comes to mind. Many aspects of ancient Greek culture survive today in various facets of our modern society: democracy, drama and western philosophy, just some of the first few that come to mind. As paramount as these contributions are, surely we as Westerners … Read more

Controversial facts about Cleopatra

Although Cleopatra was successful in life, you must know that you shouldn’t do things how she did. What things did she do? What She Looked Like Historians don’t know for sure how Cleopatra really looked like. She is often portrayed with fair skin, dark brown hair, and dark brown eyes. Sometimes she is showed with … Read more

Queen Hatshepsut: A Biography

Biography: Queen Hatshepsut One of the most well-known female rulers of Ancient Egypt is Queen Hatshepsut. Hatshepsut was born circa 1508 B.C.E. in Thebes, Egypt to King Thutmose I and his principal wife and queen, Ahmose. She is most known because she was the longest reigning female ruler in Egypt, ruling for over 20 years, … Read more

Shaka Zulu; His Life, Times And Legacy

Shaka Zulu was an intelligent and powerful warrior during the early1800’s. In Shaka’searly years, he joined the warrior force of Chief Diniswayo, who ruled the Zulus. Shaka learned military tactics and organizations while he was with Diniswayo’s army. Shaka Zulu was not a great leader because of his personality, but rather because he trained his … Read more

Hammurabi’s Code and its Relation to Legal Systems Today: Contents, Meaning, Importance, Origin

Amongst earliest and comprehensive primordial legitimate codes is Hammurabi’s code which was asserted by Babylonian ruler known as King Hammurabi who was ruler between 1792 and 1750 before Christ (Davies, 23). This code which consists of 282 edicts as well as presented rules that would be applicable during commercial interaction. These rules proposed fines and … Read more

Development of Characterization n Beowulf, Gilgamesh, and the Iliad

What makes a character in a story different from any other character? While reading epic novels about the Anglo-Saxon culture and epic heroes, a character’s characterization and his development of characterization set him apart from the other characters in the novel. There are multiple ways that characterization developed while using a different literary element present … Read more

Morals created from relationship in Gilgamesh narratives.

As human beings, we are inclined to crave human interaction and acceptance. These two concepts eventually lead to friendship—a token cherished by all of us, including the main characters of The Epic of Gilgamesh, Enkidu and Gilgamesh. Throughout the epic, the theme of friendship is portrayed between these two characters through many different instances: traveling … Read more