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How did Ancient Egyptians use brain hooks?
They did when they were making mummies
The ancient Egyptians displayed their considerable grasp of geometry in a number of ways. What is arguably the most obvious is the way geometry was used in the construction of… the pyramids and other buildings and monuments. Certainly they laid out their cities using geometric principles. It was Ahmes (actually Ahmose), who left us with a fine approximation of the value of pi from that time. There are other examples, but none with the drama and "recognition value" of the geometric applications in religious architecture and construction first cited. Wikipedia has a bit more posted, and a link to their article can be found below. In other words they used geometry by building pyramids.
They used a special stick to take the brain out of the Pharoah's or noble person's body. The brain was discarded completely because the Ancient Egyptians thought that a person…'s thoughts came from the heart, not the brain. All of the organs (except the heart) were put in different special jars. These jars would help the Pharoah or other important person on their journey through Duat, the Ancient Egyptian underworld. All Ancient Egyptians believed in eternal life. Pharaohs were buried in pyramids or tombs because they wanted to go to the underworld/afterlife faster, and they wanted some place nice and fancy to be put to rest.
They used basalt in Ancient Egypt to make walls for protection!
The Ancient Egyptians used crushed and mixed herbs as medicine.
They used grain or jewelry as money, trading and selling for other goods/items. Yes, but not until the Late period. Then, they used debens.
they did not know the function of the brain so they simply preserved the other four
They used silt, or black mud for farming their crops. It provided rich soil for the crops. They also used it to make mudbricks, which they used for buildings, clay for pottery…, etc.
To provide water and hydration.
The ancient Egyptian civilisation had knowledge of the wheel only in some applications: the potter's wheel (hieroglyphs nHp or qd) and apparently a round stone or drum used fo…r measuring linear distance. No wheeled vehicles, carts, barrows or any other form of transport were used until the Late Period when such things were introduced by the Greeks and Romans. So no, there were no wheelbarrows.
It is very difficult to develop a writing system. At the time the Ancient Egyptians first used writing, nobody had thought of giving one symbol to each sound in the alphabet. …They thought they needed a different symbol for each word. When that became too complicated, they used a combination of word-symbols and sound-symbols. Their way of writing looks unnecessarily complicated to us, but it was an advanced and practical system under the circumstances. English is also an unnecessarily complicated writing system. We have 43 sounds represented by only 26 letters, and we don't even allocate those sounds consistently!
they just threw it away, they didn't think the brain had a use.
Yes they took the idea from the Mesopotamians
they used the red land a walls to protect the nile river and egyptians the red land was to burn the foes feet and the walls were built to protect the nile river and the pe…ople. Then, they used Mesopotamia and the wet sand to make quick-sand by agitating the sand (ex. Mixing quickly). The they hid lava under the sand.
erasthenes who lived in Alexandria Egypt but was greek used shadows to measure the circumference of the earth first noting that the sun at noon cast no shadow on statutes then… travelling 500 miles away to syrene (libya) and noting the shadows cast a shadow of 7 degrees at noon he then calculated that there was 360 degrees in a circle there for calculated that the earths cicumfrence must be 25 500 miles this was not entirely accurate but a very close