But first, let me give you a tour of our civilization
Okay Son, I talked to the townspeople and they think you have finally come of age to work.
Finally! I'm so excited to finally help out!
We usally grow crops near The Nile River, The giver of life
This is where we farm and harvest all of the food that we eat. It is very important that we don't spoil the harvest and worship Hapi on a weekly basis.
We also use the food to trade for goods
Sounds like hard work to me!
Behold son, the economy. Everybody their own roles here, like how the men do all the lifting and the women do the cooking. You see son, we all have different specialized jobs based on our social structure. Make sense?
Memphis my dear.
Makes perfect sense! I have a question though, what's the name of this place we're in?
We're gonna have to ride the camel to get to the next area.
These are the pryamids. They were built for our Pharaohs' afterlife. It was hard to build because of this dry and hot climate that receives little rainfall!
In here, we have our innovations. Going from the left, you can see our measurements, our astronomical achievements, then that Red cross is a symbol of our health, and finally our writing tool called Papyrus in which scribes use to record events using our form of writing called hieroglyphics.
Our last stop is our place of worship. We are polytheistic, meaning we believe in many different gods. Some examples are Ra, Horus, Hapi, and Osiris.
The Pharaoh in this tomb is currently in his afterlife thanks to Osiris and mummification.