Mummies! That’s what everyone thinks about with the Egyptians. The process whereby a dead body was prepared for the afterlife is gruesomely engaging for kids, but the Egyptians did not just sit around waiting the die. There was a rich vibrant culture along the Nile for thousands of years.
1 NEW Egyptian Life and Death Artefacts Collection
Authentic replica items covering the Ancient Egyptians elaborate set of burial customs, which they believed were necessary to ensure immortality after death. Perfect for an enquiry approach to learning and engaging pupils. Contains; Terracotta Soul House, Osiris statue, Eye of Horus plaque, Scarab, large papyrus Tutankhamun poster and two mummifi cation practice glyphs.
035-HI00557 £ 73 .95
2 Egyptian Artefacts Pack Fantastic collection of resin pieces depicting iconic Egyptian fi gures. Explore the idea of Ancient Egyptian royalty, gods, civilisation and death practices through this accurate collection.
035-HI00517 3 Blank Papyrus
Ten sheets of A4 reed paper, easily split into 4. Can be painted or drawn on, using ink, felt tips and crayons. Plenty of scope for enquiry, comparison, and practical activity.
035-AE-BP £ 12 .49
4 Scribe’s Writing Set An easy-to-use set, complete with wooden palette, 6 reeds and 2 papyrus sheets (30 x 36cm).
035-AE-SWS 5 Rosetta Stone
Found in 1797, the stone was a landmark in the understanding of the ancient world. Using the Greek in the bottom third, scholars were able to unlock the secrets of the two scripts in the top two thirds - demotic and hieroglyphic. 29cm high.
035-AE-RSTON £ 20 .95
6 Hieroglyphics Poster A tremendously colourful and extremely clear poster illustrating the Egyptian Alphabet. 51 x 80cm.