Are you a budding Egyptologist?
Do you have a passion for learning about ancient history and the ancient world?
Do you have an amateur interest in ancient Egypt?
I developed this course specifically to help those who, like myself, have a strong desire to learn about ancient Egypt but not quite sure where to start.
We will go back thousands of years into the past, focusing on the land where the river Nile flows - Egypt. Go through the different dynasties that existed in the past. Learn about the mighty Pharaohs and their grand pyramids and temples, some of which are still standing down to this very day. Walk with me through the ancient Egyptians' daily lives!
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This lecture is about the period of time from the prehistoric era up until 3100 BC.
This lecture is about the period of time from 3100 up until 2686 BC.
This lecture is about the period of time from 2181 up until 2055 BC.
This lecture is about the period of time from 2055 up until 1650 BC.
This lecture is about the period of time from 1650 up until 1550 BC.
This lecture is about the period of time from 1550 up until 1069 BC.
This lecture is about the period of time from 1069 up until 664 BC.
This lecture is about the period of time from 664 up until 332 BC.
This lecture is about the period of time from 332 up until 30 BC.
Here we will discusses some of the numerous dieties that the ancient Egyptians worshipped.
Here we will discuss some of the widely known Pharaohs such as Ramesses II and Tutankhamun.
We will take a look at the daily life of the royalty and the wealthy as well as the regular working-class Egyptians.
We will discuss some of the notable battles that the Egyptians fought.
We will discuss the ancient Egyptian death rituals and mummification.
A quick wrap-up of this introductory course.
A slideshow containing pictures from Giza, featuring the pyramids and the Sphinx.
A couple of new exciting discoveries!
Discussing the different crowns that we see in paintings and statues from ancient Egypt.
200+ pictures from the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
A scanned copy of the book Egypt, Ancient and Modern by Michael Russell from the public domain/archive, published in 1857. An old book but an interesting read!
Someone with a passion for ancient Egypt and visiting historic landmarks all over the world, Jenell has always been fascinated with the ancient world and considers herself a lifelong learner of Egyptology.
Jenell is a member of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities (Toronto Chapter) and the Egyptian Study Society (Denver, Colorado).
Jenell once traveled solo to the New7Wonders of the World.
Jenell holds her TEFL teaching certificate from LearnTEFL (London, UK) as well as a diploma in Information Systems Specialist from Eastern College (St. John's, Canada).
Jenell has written and compiled a number of travel guidebooks that are available exclusively on Amazon Kindle, as well as works of fiction. She is also involved in writing, producing and directing short films.
Jenell currently resides in Toronto, Ontario with her cat Rocsi.