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Week 3 of Ancient World History

by: Hannah Friedrichsen

Week 3 of Ancient World History HIST 170

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Video Notes: Djoser: Reined from 2667 BC to approx. 2650 BC  Was the king of Egypt that arose at the same time as building with stone arose.  His architect’s name was Imhotec.  Imhotec built Djoser’s tomb.  The tomb was built in Saqqara.  The tomb had two underground chambers that were 1000 feet away from each other. o First tomb: holds the body of Djoser. o Second tomb: holds the organs of Djoser.  Above the tombs is a step tomb. o The step tomb was 20 stories tall.  His tombs had hieroglyphics drawn on the walls.  Snefru: Reined from 2613 BC to 2589 BC  Snefru marries his half­sister to keep the blood line as pure as possible  He was obsessed with engineering perfection.  In order to build all the tombs, he ends up building, he has to get money by looting  nearby towns.  His first tomb was built in Meydum. o This tomb had smooth sides. o He abandoned this tomb.  Then he built a tomb is Dashur. o It had structural/foundation problems that cased cracks. o Ends up becoming the bent pyramid.  Last pyramid was a mile north of Dashur called the Red Pyramid. o This was the last try for a tomb because the empire was running out of money. o The stones were bigger on this tomb. o Each stone took twenty men to pull. Sesostris III: 1854 BC (the middle kingdom period)  He was a leader that cared for his people, but was ruthless with others.  He built super forts. o His forts were built for defense with a wall that lead to a mot that lead to another  two layered wall with archers along it. o They housed 1,000 troops at a time. o They are now under water in a lake.  He reined for 39 years. Hatshepsut: 1479 BC  Hatshepsut takes over after her husband dies; her son is not old enough to take thrown so  she takes over.  She becomes very manly in her appearance.  Her architect is Senenmut, but he is also supposed to be her lover.  He built her a unique temple that took fifteen years to build.  To make her people look up to her she told them she came from the gods.  In 1459 BC her lover, Senenmut, disappears.  A year later, in 1458 BC, she perishes quietly.  Her son then destroys all of her statues and any remembrance of her. Amonhotep IV: 1352 BC to 1336 BC  He takes over after his father, the son of Hatshepsut, dies.  He changes his name to Akhenaten after the sun god.  He changes the capitol from Thieves to Akhetaten (Amarna)  His people don’t like the move.  The new capital is set up like a sun with him as the center.  Within two years he had a city that sustained 20,000 people.  In his city he had four palaces for himself.  In 1336 he dies.  His people then destroyed all of his pictures and monuments.  His son would then take over. Seti I (King Tut): 1294 BC to 1279 BC  Akhetaten’s son.  He would lead the people back to Thieves.  Relied on conquest and construction.  His tomb is the grandest tomb.  He dies unexpectedly in 1279 BC. Ramesses II: 1279 BC to 1212 BC  Father to 110 sons and probably as many daughters.  Abu Simbel is the name of his tomb.  His “true love” was Nefritary who he built statues of.  At one point his buildings and statues were moved by archeologists to save them from  rising water. Map Quiz One:


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