Historical Egyptian Artefacts

Product Code: HI00517
Explore iconic Egyptian figures with this collection of detailed resin replicas.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Authentic Replicas

This set includes replicas of a Sphinx, Pharaoh busts, and Anubis figures, connecting you to ancient Egyptian culture.

Detailed Artefacts

Each artefact reflects detailed craftsmanship and historical accuracy, enhancing the learning experience by showcasing authentic cultural details.

Interactive Learning

These artefacts enable dynamic, hands-on learning experiences, ideal for engaging students in discussions about ancient civilisations.

Supports Curriculum

Supports Key Stage 2 History, helping to deepen students' understanding of ancient history through tactile engagement with artefacts.

Chronological Understanding

Aids in exploring British History from Stone Age to Iron Age with implications for the broader European historical context in classroom discussions.

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Egyptian Artefacts Collection

Explore iconic Egyptian figures with this collection of detailed resin replicas.

Overview

  • Engage with the intricacies of ancient Egyptian customs through this educational set of artefacts. Ideal for supporting Key Stage 2 History, these replicas provide a hands-on experience in learning about Egyptian gods, royalty, and cultural practices, particularly mummification and the afterlife.

  • By handling these replicas, learners can explore ancient Egyptian civilisation more vividly, creating engaging classroom discussions around the figures of the Sphinx, Pharaohs, and the deity Anubis. Not only does it fascinate learners with visually impressive pieces, but it also enhances analytical skills by debating their historical context and significance.

  • Additionally, this resource aids in understanding the chronological timeline from the Stone Age to Iron Age, as stipulated in the History curriculum for Key Stage 2, enriching pupil's comprehension of historical periods.

Supports the National Curriculum

History, Key Stage 2, British History

A study of an aspect or theme in British history that extends pupils’ chronological knowledge beyond 1066.

History, Key Stage 2, Stone Age to Iron Age

Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. From late Neolithic hunters-gathers. Bronze Age religion, technology and travel. Iron Age hill forts, tribal kingdoms, farming, art and culture.

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    Product includes

  • Sphinx replica - The Sphinx was believed to be a mythical creature with the head of a human and body of a lion, L8 x W3 x H6cm,,Pharaoh bust - Egyptian Pharaoh's often commissioned busts of themselves to maintain their legacy after they were dead, W7x H9cm,,Pharaoh and gods - Pharaoh's were believed to be gods in ancient Egypt, and statues were built depicting the Pharaoh alongside gods to show their importance, W13 x H16cm,,Sarcophagus with mummy - Egyptian Pharaoh's were buried inside beautifully decorated sarcophagus made of stone, L16 x W5cm,,Anubis replica - Anubis was the jackal headed Egyptian god, associated with mummification and the afterlife, W5,5 x H13cm,

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  • 5

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