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Ancient Egyptians Assembly Roles: Narrator 1: Narrator 2: Narrator 3: Narrator 4: Narrator 5: Narrator 6: Narrator 7: Narrator 8: Narrator 9: Narrator 10: Narrator 11: Narrator 12: Narrator 13: Narrator 14: Narrator 15: Narrator 16: Narrator 17: Narrator 18: Dancer 1: Dancer 2:  King Tut: Howard Carter: Lord Carnarvon: Narrator 1: Welcome to our assembly.  This term we are learning about: Everyone: THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS! Narrator 1: First, let’s go back in time to Egypt, 3000 years ago! (Dancer 1: Walk like an Egyptian, carrying sign saying “3000 years ago”) KingTut: I am King Tutunkhamun. Everyone: TUTANKHAMUN? KingTut: You can call me King Tut for short. Narrator 1: King Tut became Pharoah of Egypt when he was just 9 years old. Narrator 2: 9 years old?  That can’t be right!  He would only have been in Year 4! KingTut: Well, we did things differently back then. Narrator 2: I’ll say!  We’re not even allowed to walk home from school on our own until we’re in  Year 6! Narrator 1: Anyway, King Tut became Pharoah.
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Ancient Egyptians Assembly KingTut: People believed that all of Egypt belonged to the gods, and that the  Pharaoh  was the  representative on earth of the gods, or maybe a kind of god. Narrator 1: They believed in lots of gods and goddesses, and had lots of myths about who they  were and what they did.  The most famous of these is the myth of Osiris and Isis.
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