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我要交一份英文的口頭報告,因為這種東西就算自己找到資料,翻成英文也不容易,本身是原文的又太過難懂,希望懂英文又對埃及有所了解的人給我答案.我想要關於文化方面的,譬如像木乃伊 法老王 金字塔之類的神秘文化,如果有一些詞是一定要用埃及文來說的,那就麻煩幫我用音標大概註明一下,用詞要盡量口語化一些,謝謝!

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  • mimi
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago
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    A mummy is a corpse whose skin and dried flesh have been preserved by either intentional or accidental exposure to chemicals, extreme cold or dryness, or airlessness.

    In Egypt, the dead were originally not mummified with the extensive process that happened during the first dynasty. The dead were originally buried in reed caskets in the sand. The searing hot sand caused the remains to dry quickly, preventing decomposition. Later, they started constructing wooden tombs, and the extensive process of mummification was developed to assure that the bodies would not decompose in the afterlife. The mummified individual was placed at his/her final resting place through a set of rituals and protocol.



    Main article: Culture of Egypt

    Egypt's capital Cairo is the largest city in Africa and the Middle EastEgypt's capital city, Cairo, is Africa's largest city and has been renowned for centuries as a center of learning, culture and commerce. The Egyptian Academy of the Arabic Language is responsible for regulating the Arabic Language (Arabic:اللغة العربية ) throughout the world.

    Though considered a low-income country, Egypt has had a thriving media and arts industry since the late 19th century, today with more than 30 satellite channels and over 100 motion pictures produced each year. Cairo in fact has long been known as the "Hollywood of the East." To bolster its media industry further, especially with the keen competition from the Persian Gulf Arab States and Lebanon, a large media city was built. Egypt is also the only Arab country with an opera house.



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