When I registered for this class, I knew it was going to be an interesting class but I did not know what to expect as to the writing assignment. Ancient history is something I never taught I will be interested in until I started watching the history channel, although it is a prerequisite for a degree course I have always had interest in knowing more about this course and one thing I noticed from watching the history channel is, it has connection with the bible. For this assignment, am going to be writing about; the Egyptian pyramid, the Greece gods and the River Nile. I picked these three topics because it goes back to ancient history and will be a perfect match for this course (HIST 134).
The Egyptian Pyramid “A…show more content… He listens to them and makes fair judgment. Zeus is the god of gods and the king of all the gods in Greece.
The site I visited for the Greece god is www.ancienthistory.about.com/od/greekgod. This site had information on all the gods of Greece and explained their rule and how it linked to each other. Zeus which is the god I researched had information linking to its generation but the site failed to explain why and how Zeus became the god of the gods, I was expecting to read more details about Zeus and if he was the chosen god or he did something that stood out of the other gods.
The River Nile The river Nile is a river found in Africa, it is said to be 6,670 km which is about 4,160 mile which is the longest river in the world. River Nile is also associated with Egypt because 22% of it runs through Egypt. River Nile also flows through Uganda, Ethiopia, Sudan, Burundi, but its main source is Burundi, central Africa which is where it originates and drains in the Mediterranean Sea. The largest source of this river is Lake Victoria. Egypt has a great history with the Nile River; reason being that the ancient Egyptians lived and farmed along the banks of river Nile, using the soil to grow food for themselves and their animals. Back in the days, the oldest civilization started at the banks of river Nile. It is also known that the ancient Egypt would not have lived without the river Nile because the flood provided them moisture which helped in sustaining their