In which John covers the long, long history of ancient Egypt, including the Old, Middle and New Kingdoms, and even a couple of intermediate periods. Learn about mummies, pharaohs, pyramids and the Nile with John Green.
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Why isn’t there made a video about judaism? I see you have video’s about Islam, christianity and buddism however before all of those religions existed, the first one was judaism. So why are you showing all of the worldreligions but leaving out one of the most important worldreligions which is judaism?
My teacher once put 1 of your videos. The Mesopotamia one. And there was some inappropriate stuff that my teacher considered "funny". I did not really find it funny. So could you do less inappropriate stuff on videos please. Kids are watching. Some of your jokes are funny but don't take it too far. Thabk you for understanding!
Guys ok i need help stat. I tried looking up the three dynasties of egypt prior to him saying"the old kingdom, etc. etc.) and i got the first two of the early dynastic period (Thinis and Thinis) and then the third dynasty, which was the beginning of the old kingdom (memphis) (source: wikipedia–List of ancient Egyptian dynasties). SO my question is, are the dynasties: Old kingdom, middle kingdom, and new kingdom? Or, are the dynasties Thinis, thinis, and memphis??
Horn of Africa is the direct decendens of ancient Egypt search on Google pictures the way the look and their culture Oromo, Somali, Afar,Beja even the Moses wife was from there the cushitic people and those people still speak more likely as the ancient Egypt Language! The land of Punt is in Somalia by the way its called puntland. Everyone is fighting about WHO the ancient was but doesn’t have the culture cloth the colour their hair style, the way they used to dance, the way they used to play, but all of that you Will find in the cushitic people 🇸🇴🇪🇹🇩🇯🇪🇷🇸🇩
No tomb has been found in the great Pyramids. There is zero decorations inside, unlike actual tombs of pharaohs that is full from floor to ceiling. There are zero writing or hieroglyphs on walls, again unlike actual tombs. Please people, look into this for yourself. Ask questions. Don’t let someone tell u a history which has been recorded from people with their own agendas.
John, These crash courses are very good and I would like to use them in my Middle School SS classes but unfortunately every once in awhile you throw in an inappropriate word or innuendo. Do you provide "clean" versions?
honestly Akhenaten was not as radical as everyone claims he was. He was influenced by his father Amenhotep III who was already introducing worship of the aten, and also from his time in Heliopolis in which where he studied. I understand the change of capitol is seen as 'radical' but many pharaohs before him were changing the capitol. but due to the limited amount of evidence on his reign i understand how ideas/opinions of Akhenaten are exaggerated "it has proved impossible to write a history of Akhenatens reign which does not embrace an element of historical fiction."- Wilson. All that saying, i love this neat summary of Egypt's history. thanks!
I wish the ancient religion of Egypt came back.... well it has and it is called Kemetic Orthodoxy - Egyptians please ditch your Islamic brutal nonsense responsible for 70+ million deaths since it was formed. Perhaps more. Revert back to your much more peaceful religion. Not saying it was perfect but it was absolutely better. Damn caliphates gave you Islam. Islam is not your true heritage. Ahh
The world and middle east would be much more peaceful without the Abraham-ic religions
I have my Ancient Egypt Unit starting in World History right now but his stuff is getting pretty interesting. On top of Sabaton, who's songs all tell historical war stuff and this class, I'm gonna become a history Fanatic by the end of college
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