Hello and welcome to my Teaching Channel. My name is Peggy, and I live in Germany. I have a university diploma in Legal Studies (academic grade: Magistra iuris) and a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Egyptology from the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz (academic grade: Master of Arts).
During my archaeological excavations in Egypt, I was able to gain a lot of experience, which gave me important insights into life and world view of the ancient Egyptians. Sometimes it is not so much the large spectacular finds but rather the tiny fragments that amaze me as a scientist. These great people's legacies, which had their golden age in antiquity, are overwhelming in number. Much still lies hidden in the sand. But the storerooms of museums and excavation expeditions are also packed to the ceiling. We will probably spend several hundred years evaluating the finds at all. Egyptologists and people who are interested in the history of ancient Egypt still have a lot to do.
Therefore, I would like to pass on my knowledge to you to go on your own search for answers to the riddles which the ancient Egyptians have given us. Let us go together virtually on this journey, which should provide quite a lot of room for open discussions.