The Ancient category is a collection of informational articles and blog posts that delve into the history, culture, and achievements of ancient civilizations around the world. From the pyramids of Egypt to the ruins of the Mayan empire, this category provides a glimpse into the lives and accomplishments of our ancestors.

This category covers a broad range of topics, including but not limited to:

Ancient architecture and engineering: exploring the design and construction of ancient buildings, temples, and monuments.
Religion and mythology: examining the beliefs and practices of ancient cultures, including their pantheons of gods and goddesses.
Daily life and customs: discovering the habits, traditions, and daily routines of ancient civilizations, such as their food, clothing, and social structures.
Art and literature: exploring the artistic expressions of ancient cultures, including their sculptures, paintings, and written works.
Ancient technology: examining the innovative technologies and advancements of ancient civilizations, such as the creation of the wheel, irrigation systems, and medicine.
Warfare and conquest: analyzing the military strategies and tactics of ancient armies, as well as the impact of war on ancient societies.
Archaeological discoveries: sharing the latest discoveries and excavations from around the world, providing insight into the lives of our ancestors.
Prehistoric times: examining the lifestyles and achievements of humans during the Paleolithic, Mesolithic, and Neolithic periods.
Ancient empires and civilizations: exploring the rise and fall of ancient empires and civilizations, such as the Roman Empire, the Greeks, the Maya, and the Egyptians.
History and timelines: presenting timelines and historical context for various ancient cultures and civilizations.

This category provides a fascinating journey through time and a deeper understanding of the cultures and societies that have shaped our world.

About Akhet

In Ancient Egypt the temples were often referred to as Akhet, a word meaning “brilliance” “emergence” and “radiant place.” As such the temples were seen as places where heaven, earth and the underworld touched and …

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The Shell Indians

Shell collectors make seashells their hobby and their consuming interest, but an Indian culture in southwest Florida made shells and mollusks their tools, ornaments, food, building material, and even the foundations for new dry land …

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