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ancient  egyptian weaponry | of armor or helmets really was as the reliefs depicting egyptians very ...

ancient egyptian weaponry | of armor or helmets really was as the reliefs depicting egyptians very ...

The rich ancient Egyptians' ate meat - (beef, goat, mutton), fish from the Nile (perch, catfish, mullet) or poultry (goose, pigeon, duck, heron, crane) on a daily basis. Poor Egyptians only ate meat on special occasions but ate fish and poultry more often. Ancient Egyptians hunted for fish and birds in reeds that grew on the banks of the Nile. Meat was roasted or boiled, flavored with salt, pepper, cumin, coriander, sesame, dill and fennel. Preserved meat by salting or drying.

The rich ancient Egyptians' ate meat - (beef, goat, mutton), fish from the Nile (perch, catfish, mullet) or poultry (goose, pigeon, duck, heron, crane) on a daily basis. Poor Egyptians only ate meat on special occasions but ate fish and poultry more often. Ancient Egyptians hunted for fish and birds in reeds that grew on the banks of the Nile. Meat was roasted or boiled, flavored with salt, pepper, cumin, coriander, sesame, dill and fennel. Preserved meat by salting or drying.

Detail from the tomb of Neferenpet. Judging by their wigs, jewelry and presentation, these women are high status

Detail from the tomb of Neferenpet. Judging by their wigs, jewelry and presentation, these women are high status

EgyptSearch Forums: Kemet (Ancient Egypt) in pictures

EgyptSearch Forums: Kemet (Ancient Egypt) in pictures

Ancient Art,Archaeology

Egyptians created mummies by preserving humans and animals after their death with different chemicals. Andleeb/BC

Egyptians created mummies by preserving humans and animals after their death with different chemicals. Andleeb/BC

Dancing the Carolle (round dance with music) in the garden of Sir Mirth, watched by the narrator of the Roman de la rose, dressed in blue, at the left. From the Roman de la Rose, Netherlands (Bruges), c. 1490 – c. 1500, Harley MS 4425, f. 14v.

Dancing the Carolle (round dance with music) in the garden of Sir Mirth, watched by the narrator of the Roman de la rose, dressed in blue, at the left. From the Roman de la Rose, Netherlands (Bruges), c. 1490 – c. 1500, Harley MS 4425, f. 14v.

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