Everything related to Ancient Egypt and this civilization can be found as really fascinating. And the mystery, myths, spectacular constructions and unique heritage of the Ancient Egypt should be known by all of us. Here you will find some amazing facts about the Ancient Egypt and there is no way you will not be charmed by the culture and society of this unique civilization.
For starter, you have to know that the ruler of Ancient Egypt was a Pharaoh. A Pharaoh of the Ancient Egypt was not able to ever show his hair in public, always wearing a type of crown that covered his entire scalp. In Ancient Egypt, the people’s every day habits can be described as both similar to the ones of today’s society, but also as completely different. So, in Ancient Egypt women worn makeup, but men used to do the same. The preferred colors for makeup were green and black. Well, you should not imagine that wearing makeup was a fashion trend in Ancient Egypt, but people actually believed that it had healing powers. The makeup was commonly made form copper or lead and, at first, people in Ancient Egypt used to believe that it was able to offer them protection from the sun. When it comes to clothing habits you need to know that children actually wore no clothes during those times. Clothes began being worn only in the teen years. Adult men wore skirts, while women used dresses, and it seems that the way clothing style evolved in Ancient Egypt is best explained by the high temperatures here.
A very interesting fact about life in Ancient Egypt is that women and men were treated equally when it comes to the legal and economical aspects. However, we can not say the same thing about the social ones. Nowadays, one of the most interesting aspects about this incredible civilization is linked to the construction of pyramids. Pyramids have made Egypt famous all around the world and of course the best known such constructions remain the three pyramids of Giza. The mummification process invented in the Ancient Egypt, also makes us wonder about the habits and beliefs of Egyptians.