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What Did Ancient Egyptians Mostly Hunt?

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Hunting for the Ancient Egyptians very much depended on to which class you belonged. if you were the Pharaoh or a member of the nobility, then you would have hunted for large game, such as lions, stags, even gazelles and ostriches.
If you were a poorer person then meat would have been a very rare treat and you would probably have hunted mainly for fish and sometimes you would have killed a sheep or a goat for food.
The nobility used hunting dogs to help them hunt, as well as boomerangs and a variety of implements such as knives, daggers and swords. Again the poor would have just had some kind of knive with which to execute the animal.
The nobility often hunted in groups which made their hunts more successful. Wheras the less well off simply went out in very small groups to hunt and only to provide meat for a special occasion.
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They hunted ostrich, elephant, rhino, onyx, gazelle, giraffe, addax, sheep, red fox, grey fox, ibex, snakes, and others,
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Yes the hunt for pigs sheep and other animals
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They ate barly and  especialy meat for rich peeps  also they ate wheat don make fun of my speling

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