Valley of the Kings

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Year 11 Ancient History
Valley of the Kings Task

Use the Theban Mapping project website to answer the questions below. The information and images you collect are to be assembled in poster form: www.thebanmappingproject.com 1. Choose one tomb from the map of the valley (move your cursor over each tomb and click on it) Place your cursor over the ‘cartouche’ and write down the Pharaoh’s name and the meaning of this name 2. Use the description tab and scroll down to the find the history of excavation. Write down the first and last time that the tomb was excavated 3. Also from the description, read to find out which plan or design the tomb follows. Record this information. 4. Read the description and record what scenes from Egyptian mythology are depicted on the tomb walls. There will be quite a few on larger tombs. 5. Watch the movie in the tab and record 3 main points about the tomb and its owner. Use the transcript if you cannot remember from the movie. 6. Use the internet to search and find information on the images that you collected from the walls of your tomb. Write a paragraph to describe the meaning of the depictions chosen. 7. Why would the depictions from above be placed in a tomb? 8. What information about the lives of Egyptians is shown on the tomb walls? 9. What can we learn about the construction methods used to build these tombs from the tomb that you have studied?

On Tuesday you will compare your tomb with one studied by someone else in the class. As a pair you will be required to note the similarities and differences in tomb design, decoration and size.

Due Date: Tuesday 12th of March
Your task is to produce an A3 poster highlighting the key features and workmanship of a tomb built in the Valley of the Kings by the craftsmen who lived at Deir el…...

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