7-11-2007 - 7/11/2007 Mennas tomb Representation of who he...

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7/11/2007 Menna’s tomb Representation of who he was – what he has done (tasks)>specialization/accomplishments Hieroglyphs are read from bottom right to left down to up. Describes his power/ power over workers/laborers Represent teamwork and strength>freedom People have hopes and dreams Spread to world – working class – structure – caste system Gender – females had a greater significance of rights. They had power, prosperity/commerce, worked on agriculture, and became scribes who were documenters Baskets,crops,boat. Basket = harvesting – peasants = backbone of society. Farming = basis of all civilizations. Piece focuses on the top as if looking up. Nile river on boat = transportation Animal representation = cobra on pharaoh’s head, cat for feminism, eyes of horous, Osiris, Ra, etc Attendaence and roll call History laboratory Menna’s tomb and sundiata Africa and world East Africa kingdoms West Africa kingdoms African environments West Africa culture and society East African kingdoms
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This note was uploaded on 06/20/2011 for the course WRT 102 taught by Professor Frost during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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7-11-2007 - 7/11/2007 Mennas tomb Representation of who he...

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