Ancient Egyptian technology has witnessed a lot of technological advancements as far as the development of the civilization is concerned. Each felt the importance of the various technologies and the advent of new technologies were welcomed with all the more happiness and certainty of success. Ancient Egyptian technology includes the utilization of the wit presented by the god to the people. The people at civilization were prominent in finding out several new methodologies associated with the development in their day today life. These technologies were helpful in bringing back the lost sheen with most lucrative approach.
Also one witnessed remarkable increase in the development as far as the comfort level of the person, who lives in that particular civilization. The technological advancements include advancements in medicine field. This has paved way for longer life expectancy of the people living in that particular locality. Medicine for various communicable diseases was meted out with shrubs and medicinal plants available in the locality. Technological advancements in the field of black smithy have paved way for remarkable improvement in the development of new weapons. The blacksmith at Ancient Egyptian Civilization had lot of work to be done in short duration of time.
The importance of the eminent black smith is always essential to obtain good quality weapons for the military. The military bases are created all along the source of effective manpower and thereby rendering good supply of soldiers at the time of adversity and immediate cause. Also several technically sound weapons are created with the help of the newly found technologies. Emergence of composite type bow used as prominent weapon to attack the enemies. It provides much larger range with good accuracy with only disadvantage of individual manufacturing cost of the weapon. Also some of advancements include new formulae found in the field of mathematics. The civilization is gifted with certain naturally talented mathematicians.
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