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ANCIENT EGYPT OLD MIDDLE AND NEW KINGDOM Outline I Thesis Ancient Egyptians were the basis for many western traditions Their influences are noticable in art architecture and religion II The Old Kingdom A Zoser the first pharaoh 1 built the famed Step Pyramid 2 brought unity to Egypt B Religion 1 creation 2 gods C Art D Downfall of the Old Kingdom III The Middle Kingdom A Pyramids B Middle Kingdom religion 1 Myth of Osiris 2 Similarties between the myth of Osiris and Christian beliefs C Middle Kingdom art D Downfall of the Middle Kingdom IV The New Kingdom A Valley of the Kings B Shift in religion 1 Aton 2 Akhenaton C New art form naturalistic D Downfall of the New Kingdom V Conclusion The ancient Egyptians are considered among many to be the civilization upon which much of the western worlds views and attitudes are based Everything from religion to architecture to art has been handed down generation by generation to us in the present day Although many of the ancient Egyptians traditions have been modified or altered the majority of their core principles remains constant Yet despite the ancient Egyptians conservative nature there were some changes within the infrastructure of their society Throughout the ages known as the Old Kingdom Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom there has been alterations to their religion art and architecture Internal forces as well as outside influences have molded ancient Egyptian civilization This paper will attempt to determine these forces which changed the Egyptians Modifications of Egyptian life were subtle but noticeable and significant nonetheless Art architecture and religion will be the focus of this paper Let us begin at the beginning with the Old
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