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Ancient Egyptians Houses

Ancient Egyptians have houses made of sun-dried bricks and straw and mud. The bricks were made using molds, and then mud and straw were mixed in the mold. This mixture was dried in the sun, then torn from. In this way, a large number of bricks could be made quickly and easily. The thing about shelters in ancient Egyptian was that they were the homes of all materials found easily and widely available.

Ancient Egyptians Houses


For this reason, most of the houses in ancient Egypt were similar. They do not differ greatly, even among the wealthy and influential. Therefore, one can easily imagine the type and design of old Egyptian homes. Shelter ancient Egyptian, for the most part, large and spacious flat roof. Their roofs are popular among them as they used to sit on top of the ceiling in the evenings and get some relief from the heat. 
 
The bank of the Nile was home to the royal family and many noble families. They lived in huge houses and villas gigantic. Many whitewashed walls with lime gave the impression of sparkling walls. Some places were built with stones too. The only problem was that the stones are extremely difficult to cut and use optimally. Therefore brick building material most commonly used.
 
 These villas have rooms of up to thirty years, and they all had some use or other, like the rooms, washrooms, etc. Ancient Egyptian houses had a door at the front and rear. The Egyptians had the foresight to have houses built a few feet above the ground so that dirt and dust do not enter the houses. A platform inclined fortune was made to access each of these doors.
 
 However, the house of a poor man was very small but nice. Each family owns a home, no matter how rich or poor. Each house had a backyard that was enclosed in the perimeter of the house. Some places were two or more stories high and connected to a ramp. The roofs were also used to sleep during the summer nights. The farmers in the country were quite large, unlike those in cities and villages. 
 
There was no discrimination based on the size of the houses; if they were made, not everything works. Therefore, any person working and determined could build a palace for himself. The wooden buildings were rare as their availability is very limited. Papyrus and sand have been used in construction materials. The disadvantage of mud houses is that they began to disintegrate after a certain time. Only the wealthy lived in houses made of stone and tile for floors and painting the walls.
 
 

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Ancient Egyptians Houses

Ancient Egyptians Houses

Ancient Egyptians Houses

Ancient Egyptians Houses

Ancient Egyptians Houses

Ancient Egyptians Houses
 


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