|Daily Life in Tutankhamun's World
|Tutankhamun would have attended the Prince's School educated by important scribes
|He would have studied lessons such as Reading and Writing, History, Arithmetic and geometry, Astronomy, Music, Geography, Science and Medicine
|Tutankhamun would have worn clothes made from white linen cloth which was was fashioned into a knee-length kilt which were knotted or fastened with a buckle at the waist
|The inside soles of sandals belonging to the Pharaoh were elaborately decorated with images of the traditional enemies of Egypt, so he could step on them as he walked!
|Children of both sexes wore the 'Lock of Youth'
|The pectoral form of jewelry was an elaborate piece of jewelry worn on the chest which often took the shapes of falcons and scarabs.
|The rich clothed the uncovered bare parts of their anatomy with jewelry
|The Ancient Egyptians, both men and women, wore distinct eye make up, rouge and perfumed oils
|The higher the status of the person the more clothes and make-up they wore
|The beard was considered to be a divine symbol of the gods and all pharaohs are depicted wearing a false beard
|The higher the status of the man the more wigs they possessed
|Only the Wealthy Egyptians, such as the Pharaoh Tutankhamun, ate meat. They also ate a Luxury Bread flavored with honey, nuts and dates
|Wine was only drunk by the wealthy Ancient Egyptians which they made by cultivating their own vines which produced both red and white grapes
|Tutankhamun enjoyed sports-related activities such as hunting and fishing exotic African wild animals
|The Ancient Egyptians were known to enjoy competitive sports as an exciting form of entertainment
|Ancient Egyptian children had a variety of toys and games to play with which reflected people, objects and events which were common in everyday life
|The Ancient Egyptians loved music which provided a focal point at banquets and religious ceremonies
|Tutankhamun would have consulted separate doctors who specialised in the head, eyes, ears, the stomach and even fertility
|The rooms in his palaces were large with high ceilings and would be painted with wonderful relief's and decorations that included the use of semi-precious stones in the magnificent columns
|Egyptians loved their gardens and the palace garden of Tutankhamun would have included flowers, ponds, fig trees, date palms, pools, terraces and sun shades
Daily Life in Tutankhamun's World