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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Mon Dec 10, 2012 2:02 am

"To preserve them? I should think they did, as it seems appropriate. Thank you Mr. Smith." She said with a smile, "Anyone else? I'm looking for very general answers, please." Madison leaned against her desk and crossed her arms as she waited for another student to brave the waters.
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Sun Dec 16, 2012 6:38 pm

Jackson smiled as another thought occurred to him, they probably used magic to help make the sphynxes and pyramids and all. He debated taking another guess. He should give the other kids a chance, and he didn't want to seem like a know-it-all or teachers pet. He decided he'd wait and if no one else said it, he would.
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Wed Dec 19, 2012 7:51 pm

Lucien's attention finally dissolved away from the thoughts of the ghostly teacher and back to the one that still had warm flesh and blood.

"Didn't they have priests who used magic to contact deities and it was also used various practices of healing?" he asked quietly, just loud enough for the teacher to hear. It was a plausible guess, his memory was shady about the many dusty old museum trips in his primary school years.
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Fri Dec 21, 2012 8:33 pm

"Thank you, Mr. Dupre." She replied, before addressing the rest of the class, "Yes, to the ancient Egyptians, magic was a tangible means of communicating, manipulating, and controlling their gods." She specifically made a point in the answer by repeating what was already stated in the textbook, "Had any of you looked in your books, you would have had the answer down to the last word."

She returned to the seat at her desk and glanced over the page again, "And yes, they did practice magic for healing, as well as protection and for attacking their enemies." She paused, considering it a moment before going on. "Instead of telling you what's already written in the book, actually, I think I'll have you find out instead. I'll give you the rest of the hour to silently read, and then I'll give you your homework assignment before you leave. You may begin." Once she had given the class their crystal clear instructions, she pulled out her seemingly blank scratch of parchment again, and stared at the page thoughtfully.

(Minimum of 5 posts talking about what your character is reading and their thoughts on it. The textbook can be found at the beginning of the thread in the spoiler. You will be graded on this in class assignment on top of your homework assignment.)
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Sat Dec 22, 2012 3:10 pm

Lucien leaned back and languidly slid the open book off the table so it rested snugly on his lap.

His eyes scanned the first section. Boredom started to creep in the second paragraph. Many of the things were the things that were repeatedly spewed from the mouths of those curators, with suede patches sewn on their elbows, that you found in history museums.

His attention suddenly was directed to the words 'controlling their gods'. In the sunlight, the words were darker, as if they were burned upon the page. The fact that such deities were able to be controlled, piqued his interest. It was truly fun and amusing being a puppet-master despite his doubts about a god existing.

His interest finally grasped, he moved onto the next paragraph. It was all new to him. In the Muggle World, being the 'Disadvantaged', they had never talked about the specific use of magic in Ancient Egypt. They only talked about the communicating with deities and they scoffed at the use of magic for healing. They were blind to magic.

'Also personal use of magic included the use of love potions, usually consisting of some liquid or food that came was finished with an incantation'

Seems like the Weasley twins weren't the first Lucien smirked, taking a mental note to purchase a love potion someday. Despite it being aimed at petty desperate girls , it could possibly be of use to himself, if his charms wore out that is


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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Mon Dec 24, 2012 4:43 pm

Jackson sighed heavily. He didn't like reading in class, even silently. He knew all the other kids were faster than him.

At. This. Point. In. Time. About. 3000. Through. 1000. B.C. Magic. Was. Beginning. To. Integrate. Into. Society. And. Wizards. Were. Held. In. High. Esteem.
Huh. Jackson wondered what the additudes toward Squibs or Muggleborns was. Surely they figured out that magic followed bloodlines.

The. Division. Between. The. Magical. World. And. The. Muggle. World. Was. Nonexistent.
So, did muggles go to witches and wizards for help with everything? That could be a good job if you charged people money.

The. Egyptians. Used. Magic. For. Both. Practical. And. Religious. Purposes.
How would you use magic for religion? Making people think they heard god?

They. Believed. Magic. Was. A. Divine. Creation. For. The. Benefit. Of. Humanity.
It. Was. Considered. A. Field. Of. Knowledge. Just. Like. Architecture. Literature. Medicine. Etc.

So did little Egyptian kids learn magic in school? Did they get an apprenticeship? How many muggle kids wanted to learn magic and just couldn't?

It. Was. Just. Another. Category. Of. Knowledge. To. Be. Used. In. Coping. With. Their. Environment. And. Religion.
He figured they must have been using cooling spells a lot. Egypt was hot, right? A desert? No, wait, they had the Nile River. But still hot.

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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Tue Dec 25, 2012 10:20 am

Dreams and Prophecy


Immediately upon reading the title, his interest was lost. He was no fan of Divination despite his success in the subject. Prophecy wasn't needed only to procure a terrifying paranoia over the time towards your death. And Dream interpretation was useless when you had no dreams to interpret. He had no understanding in the subject, most of his grades in Divination were derived from simply memorizing things from a book.

He scan-read the last quote, finding many of the examples either blatantly obvious or amusing in the humourous sense or how it distanced away from his predictions.
"His bed catching fire, bad: it means driving away his wife."
The last one was of such an amusing example.
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Sun Dec 30, 2012 2:43 pm

In. Our. Modern. Society. Of. Today.-
This was a waste of class time. Jackson sighed and raised his hand. They could be having a discussion, or the professor could be telling them about details not in the textbook. Reading the textbook could easily be done in their spare time. They had loads of it. He debated raising one hand and reading with the other, but he liked to be able to hold the book in place with one hand.
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Tue Jan 01, 2013 5:06 pm

"Yes, Mr. Smith?" Professor Reid called upon him as he rose his hand. She hadn't even looked up from the paperwork she had returned to during the silence. Madison certainly realized that reading from a textbook was no way to teach a subject, but she felt it was necessary for the students to understand that any questions she asks of them have the answers just waiting inside the text. Had they simply read from the book and answered, she would have had no problem. But they seemed to expect her to hand everything to them on a silver platter. Most of Madison's knowledge came from reading, after all. Reading one book, then digging around for another to see if the story remained the same, how authors' views always seemed to differ from one another, and how some books wished their readers would simply believe what was written on the page.
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Tue Jan 01, 2013 6:11 pm

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As he began to read, Shadow thoughtlessly started sketching out the illustration of an Anubis that was printed on the left corner of the page next to the text. As his pencil was busy marking up the page in his sketchbook, he rested his chin in his palm and began reading the first few paragraphs on the page. As the words transferred from his eyes, to his thoughts, he imagined what a royal court of the ancient Egyptians would look like. The room would have been constructed out of pure gold. Pillars would have been adorned in jewels, and symbols of great meaning to the people of the time. Those who took part in the court would have been mainly of regular, non-magic descent, but all wise, and purposeful in one way or another. A few who were of magic blood were most likely dream interpreters, or consultants upon matters dealing with the Gods, or other such things. Shadow was certain he would find himself drawing such a setting later in the evening.

To see magic and non-magic people coexisting was a curious thought, and in such a unique setting, it was an interesting picture indeed. As he finished his sketch of the Anubis illustration, he began writing out what he had just read on the same page as the Anubis, so it would be similar to the page in the book. His handwriting was all that differed. Once finished, he reread what he had just written, before he moved onto the next page.

At this point in time, about 3000 through 1000 B.C., magic was beginning to integrate into society and wizards were held in high esteem. The division between the Magical world and the Muggle world was nonexistent. The Egyptians used magic for both practical and religious purposes. They believed magic was a divine creation for the benefit of humanity. It was considered a field of knowledge just like architecture, literature, medicine, etc. It was just another category of knowledge to be used in coping with their environment and religion.

In our modern society of today, the word magic no longer conveys the same force it did in the ancient Egyptian culture. To the Egyptians, magic was a real and potent force. It was a tangible means of communicating, manipulating, and controlling their gods. For example, their life depended on agriculture, and thus the weather. Using magic to control the weather was important for their survival. The Egyptians also believed magic was essential after death for safe passage through the afterlife.

Examples of some important ancient Egyptian magic rituals concern defense against enemies. Wax or clay figures of the enemy were ritually destroyed. Magic was also used to keep away spiritual enemies, such as god’s that were not favorable towards them or wanted to harm them. There were also personal spells that were used against personal enemies. For example, there were spells that could invoke evil spirits to appear in a person's dreams. Also personal use of magic included the use of love potions, usually consisting of some liquid or food that came was finished with an incantation. To the ancient Egyptians, it did not differ much from a medical prescription. As stated previously, magic was just another field of knowledge like medicine and was very real to them.

The purpose of the magic was to compel the help of divine powers. Usually, the person carrying out the magic was identified by name with a deity to obtain from him the power of that god. Also the person might threaten that god with dire consequences if his demands were not met. Many of the mythical Egyptian gods were supposedly invoked into using magic, but the most frequent god invoked was Isis, since she was the protector of her son, Horus, with whom the person seeking help would often be identified with.

He wondered what it would be like today, if magic was known to all like it had at one time before, during the ancient times. If the 'muggles' would be capable of accepting witches and wizards into society. It didn't take long for Shadow to come to a conclusion. Some people would fear magic, as some witches and wizards would provoke reason to. Others would expect magic to solve all their problems, win their wars, and demand that it be the responsibility of wizards to use their magic in such a way. By no means was the world simple during the times of the Egyptians, but it was far more complex now than it was back then. To establish the presence of magic in the world would take centuries, maybe even a millenia. And even still, there would be much conflict that would follow such an extreme endeavor.

The way the book seemed to be presenting the facts, it did not seem to be the Gods that the wizards had been controlling, but rather, the elements themselves. Of course, that might have been what their entire culture had been based on as well. Wizards who could control the weather must have been powerful though. People don't just walk around these days and make it rain, after all. During such a time, when magic was openly accepted, perhaps that meant those with magic potential were brought up into the higher ranks of society. Or perhaps the Gods just simply granted such abilities to those who were already well established in society. In either case, the proper tools to become strong wizards were most likely readily made available. There also seemed to be a surplus of opportunity for wizards, for as the textbook stated, each wizard identified himself with a particular God or Goddess. They specialized in one thing or another, in other words. Thinking on this, Shadow figured there had to have been many of magic descent back then, just as there is now.
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Thu Jan 03, 2013 2:41 pm

Jackson lowered his hand.
"I was just wondering, professor, why this can't be assigned as homework? And if there's anything you can tell us the textbook can't?" Maybe she would talk about ancient Egypt when they had all reached the same point in the reading, or at least end class early. They could sit and quietly read a textbook somewhere more comfortable than a classroom.
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Mon Jan 14, 2013 11:32 pm

"Are you questioning my methods, Mr. Smith?" The Professor replied sharply. If she had meant for him to answer, she didn't make it known, for she took a moment to look down at the textbook on her desk, pondering it for only a moment. "I can certainly add it to your homework if that is what you wish. Come to the front if you wish to leave early, and I'll give you your homework assignment before you go. That applies to you all."
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Tue Jan 15, 2013 5:41 pm

As much as it appealed to him he didn't stand forwards. Boredom would somehow find a way to creep itself back. Normally to Hogwarts' students it could be sated by a fly around the pitch or a chat with friends. He disliked Quidditch and he had none that he could call his friends.

His eyes returned back to the open book perched on his lap.


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Amulets

Amulets were also used for magical protection, both by the living and the dead. Many amulets have been found in Egyptian tombs. These amulets are in the shape of gods, goddesses, animals, objects, parts of the body, etc. and were believed to contain special powers. Many amulets were wrapped up with mummies. The mummy of King Tut is a good example and many such amulets were found wrapped in his mummy. Many different substances were also used in the making of amulets, such as stone, wood, clay, and so on. Since certain substances supposedly possessed certain powers, it was important to choose the right substance for a specific type of amulet. Magic writing was also considered an amulet and many such types of magical papyrus have been found in tombs. Thus, the wearing of amulets during life was the means of seeking the gods’ protection and help. After death, a special protection was also needed which will be covered further on in the unit.


His attention was fully focused onto the text away from the witterings of the classmates. His fingers twirled a stray lock of hair as he read.

The fact that amulets could consist of different things-animals, body parts- surprised him. It seemed the Muggles weren't far off with their lucky rabbits feet or even those pathetic garlic necklaces for warding against vampires. Lucien was a realist, anything that was based off superstition didn't appeal to him.
He knew that the Egyptians weren't based off superstition. King Tutankhamen's curse was one of the many proofs of that and the graves of many archaeologists. Magic did exist after all.

The thought of possessing such powerful amulets had crossed his mind a few times but the dangerous ones had either been locked away in high security or the magic had simply fizzled out like a Muggle battery.

He sighed, probably History, be it Ancient or Modern held no usefulness towards his ambitions or even in everyday life. From what he read so far, the past had been buried, magic folk nowadays didn't even hold as much as a spark compared to the magicians centuries ago.

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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Sun Jan 20, 2013 5:33 pm

Seeing as how Jackson had been so kind as to give him an opening, and the fact that Dein hadn't even started reading in the first place, he was happy to have the chance to leave this dump early. He slammed his book shut and carried it up with him to the Professor's desk and smirked as he expectantly awaited his assignment.
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Sun Jan 20, 2013 5:45 pm

As the Slytherin boy walked up liked, his demeanor was slightly irritating, but certainly didn't bother the Professor as she grabbed a pouch and then carefully selected one of the amulets from the open display case.

"For your homework assignment, you will be borrowing an Egyptian amulet from this classroom." Though as she continued her explanation, it was clear she was addressing the rest of the class. "Call it a project. Some of you may be working alone, or with a partner based on the difficulty of the assignment for each of you individually. I want no complaints about fairness or anything of the sort, so don't waste my time with that." As she walked back over and handed the kid the pouch with the amulet safely stowed inside. "The assignment is to find out the magical properties and use of the amulet you get." She then nodded a dismissal to Mr. Edrins.
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Sun Jan 20, 2013 5:58 pm

Dein observed as the Professor selected an amulet in the shape of one of those traditional Egyptian eyes. That'd probably make it easy to find in the library, being one of the more well-known symbols. He examined the pouch as it was handed to him, then without looking at the Professor, he turned and swiftly made his exit.
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Wed Jan 23, 2013 3:30 pm

Jackson took a deep breath. Getting upset at the professor would only make her more upset at him. He grabbed his book and made his way to her desk. He hoped she'd give him a partner to work with. It would be easier than trying to research an amulet alone.

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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Wed Jan 23, 2013 5:06 pm

(Yeah, I've been having the same problem :/ The forum doesn't light up for new posts anymore it seems. That's what its doing to me anyways.)

"Here you are, Mr. Smith." The Professor said no louder than a murmur, as she retrieved an amulet in the shape of a Hippo, and slid it into a velvet pouch, much like the last one. "You're the luckiest of the class it would seem, getting this little trinket." Her voice did not betray much emotion by the sound of it, and if he could have seen her face he would have known that for certain. She wasn't trying to make small talk. Once she'd placed the pouch in his hand, she sat back down, letting him dismiss himself.
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Wed Jan 23, 2013 5:07 pm

(By the way, if you guys go to the library to research the amulets, pm me so I can drop some hints! And even if you're not working with a partner, I never said students couldn't help each other!)
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Wed Jan 23, 2013 8:22 pm

"Thank you, Professor." He wasn't assigned a partner. His hands were now full, cane in one hand, soft fuzzy pouch in the other, book in the crook of his arm. He figured he'd go to the library and see what he could do on his own before asking a librarian or someone for help.
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Fri Jan 25, 2013 8:58 am

Lucien slid his book closed into his hand and stood up.

He ran a free palm over his shirt, the hour spent sitting down had unfortunately landed him a few creases in his clothing. He rolled his sleeves up and made his way towards the teacher.


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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Fri Jan 25, 2013 9:26 am

((Good to hear you're feeling better.))
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Fri Jan 25, 2013 9:37 am

[Thanks Jackson!^.^]
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Fri Jan 25, 2013 6:45 pm

As Mr. Dupre made his way towards the front of the room, Madison retrieved the next amulet; this being an on, slightly transparent orange stone in the shape of a foot. There were minor changes in coloration within the stone, meant to represent to color of blood. Just like the rest, Madison slipped it into a velvet pouch and handed it to Lucien. "You're dismissed."
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PostSubject: Re: "Ancient History; Egypt" Lesson Two, History of Magic Class (All Years)   Sat Jan 26, 2013 10:25 am

Lucien nodded goodbye and left, holding the pouch gently so it wouldn't alter its contents. Though it would be least likely.

He stole a look outside the window, even though he had been beside it all lesson. It was sunny. He smiled. After fetching a book from a library, he might as well start reading on the rooftops.


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