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Abstract

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING IN ANCIENT EGYPT, PART 93: INSCRIPTION OF THE 11TH AND 12TH DYNASTIES TOMBS

Prof. Galal Ali Hassaan*

ABSTRACT

The objective of this paper is to investigate the development of mechanical engineering in ancient Egypt through the study of the inscription of the tombs of the 11th and 12th Dynasties. This study presents how the ancient Egyptian artists could record their daily-life activities in the form of reliefs and scenes on the walls of their tombs. They inscribed activities such as: hair dressing, fishing, fowling, weaving, presenting offering tables, receiving foreign delegates and wrestling. The paper highlights the use of the hieroglyphic script to define the activities covered in the tomb reliefs and scenes.

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