Welcome to the Ancient Egypt resource list. When you are using the internet don't rely on questionable sources (like wikipedia). Make sure the information you are getting is from an educated and reputable source. Here is a list of websites pre-approved by the writing teachers and the librarians. I hope you find this tool useful.
Your research report must contain paraphrased evidence and ideas from at least three sources. Two of these sources must be books; this means only one source may be a webpage. If you would like more information from the internet, you may use more than three sources.
Mysteries of Egypt Information about ancient Egyptian civilizatin, inculuding geography, architecture, government, writing, religion, daily life and sciences. There is also information about the female ruler Hatshepsut as well as Tutankamun, along with a virtual tour of his tomb.
Gaurdian's Egypt Kings & Queens:
Although this section is in its humble beginning, it will grow to include all of the known major kings and some queens of ancient Egypt.
You can see a comprehensive list of the ancient Egyptian Kings and get information.
Nova Pyramid Here, you can crawl through Khufu's narrow passageways and navigate your way, as the pharaohs did, to the King's burial chamber.
On this Web site, wander through the chambers and passageways of the Great Pyramid, and learn about the pharaohs for whom these monumental tombs were built. You can also follow the 1997 field season of a team of archaeologists as they excavated the bakery that fed the pyramid builders.
PBS Welcome to pbs.org, the home of comprehensive companion Web sites for more than 1,300 PBS television programs and specials, as well as original Web content and real-time learning adventures. With more than 175,000 pages of content to explore, visitors to pbs.org can delve further into the subjects they most enjoy—from news to history and the arts to science and technology. PBS.org furthers the public broadcasting commitment to lifelong learning through supersites such as PBS Kids, PBS Parents, and PBS Teachers.