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  • ancient: something from a long time ago, often relating to history or the past.
  • civilization: a society that has developed complex systems of government, culture, and technology.
  • ruins: the remains of buildings, cities, or other structures that have been damaged or destroyed over time.
  • temple: a building dedicated to religious or spiritual worship.
  • statue: a sculpture representing a person, animal, or object, typically made of stone, metal, or wood.
  • pyramid: a large structure with a square or triangular base and four triangular sides, often built as a tomb in ancient egypt.
  • tomb: a grave or burial chamber, often containing the remains of a deceased person.
  • emperor: a ruler of an empire or a large political territory.
  • pharaoh: a title used for the ancient kings of egypt.
  • archaeology: the study of past human societies through the analysis of artifacts, structures, and other physical remains.
  • artifact: an object made or used by humans in the past, typically of cultural or historical significance.
  • mosaic: a picture or pattern made by arranging small colored pieces of glass, stone, or other materials.
  • scribe: a person who writes or copies documents by hand, often in ancient times.
  • scroll: a rolled-up piece of parchment, paper, or other material, often used for writing or recording information.
  • chariot: a two-wheeled vehicle drawn by horses, used in ancient times for transportation and warfare.
  • gladiator: a trained fighter who entertained audiences in ancient rome by engaging in combat with other gladiators or animals.
  • colosseum: an ancient amphitheater in rome, italy, famous for its gladiatorial contests and other public spectacles.
  • aqueduct: a man-made channel or pipe used to transport water from one place to another, often over long distances.
  • oracle: a person or place regarded as having special powers of prophecy or divination, often consulted for advice or guidance.
  • hieroglyphics: a system of writing used by ancient egyptians, consisting of pictorial symbols.
  • catacombs: underground tunnels or passages used as burial places, especially in ancient rome.
  • fresco: a painting done rapidly in watercolor on wet plaster on a wall or ceiling, so that the colors penetrate the plaster and become fixed as it dries.
  • mythology: a collection of myths or stories that explain natural phenomena, religious beliefs, or the origins of the universe and humanity.
  • pantheon: a temple dedicated to all the gods, or a group of
  • bridge : where we can walk over rivers without getting wet