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Early Civilization in the Indus Valley
Egypt and Mesopotamia are not the oldest civilizations, and there is proof, according to this article. There has been a discovery under mounds of dirt and land. That discovery is remains of a 4,600 year old city. This article relates to my class because we discussed the Indus civilization.
An article about China: Han dynasty (206 BC-AD 220)
View the objects by clicking to see all objects on the right of the text.
Contains images similar to book.
Sumer, Mesopotamia school resources
Great! Sumer resource. Art images in ppt presentation and slide notes to go with it!
Modern day images.
With over 120,000 artifacts, you can see King Tut?s Golden Mask, and Ramses? mummy on display at only one place ? the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities!
The links at the bottom of the page under "SEE ALSO" take you to many images.
British Museum online tour: Agatha Christie and archaeology
There is a tie between archaeology and this English author. Agatha Christie the famous author of mystery books collects artifacts. Here is a dagger and sheath from the UR.
Art history essay on the Ziggurat of Ur.
In class we talked about ziggurats being built in Ancient Near East. It makes wonder how they built these ziggurats. They didn't have access to that great of tools. Also they didn't have technology to move these materials to be able to construct.
A collection of Sumerian Artifacts showing
Images from the collection.
Here are some art artifacts from the Han Dynasty. Poetry, literature developed during the reign of the Emperor Wudi. Wudi established Confucianism as the standard curriculum. During this time China regained control of territories during this enlightenment.
The Indus Valley Civilization: Harappa, Mohenjodaro, Lothal and more in 1,500 multimedia pages by the world's leading scholars of ancient India and Pakistan
Here is a scoop of the different ancient discoveries of the Indus River Valley Civilization. One interesting discovery was sixteen tablets that were discovered in 1995-1998. There are sixteen three sided tablets found behind a curtain of rock.
This article is really awesome because there are so many illustrated pictures of discoveries found on the Indus River Civilization. I think this article is very helpful because The Indus People didn't write as much as we do and objects that are found are helping shape the history. Overall this article is a great search tool.
Primary and secondary learning resources about ancient Egypt, including resources to support a school visit, classroom resources and online resources. Also a list of our museum teaching sessions on ancient Egypt.
Links to all the Egypt resources. Breaks it down.
The Kingdom of Kush - a read.
Explore the artifact samples with a link on this page near the bottom. Also, click the Color Tour of Egypt on the side for more.
These artifacts can be found at an exhibit at the University of Memphis. These artifacts date back from 3800 BCE to 700 CE. There are 200 items found in this exhibit.
Highlights of objects from the Museum Collections
There are a variety of artifacts in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. These artifacts are from Ancient Sumerian civilizations. Here are a few: figurines, stale, and headdresses.
Vikki Taylor is using Pinterest, an online pinboard to collect and share what inspires you.