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LESSON ONE AND TOW REVIEW In a ________, the ruler is both a political and religious leader theocracy Information learned from __________ helped Egyptians develop medical knowledge embalming Traders , artists, and scribes made up ancient Egypt’s _______ class middle

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Lesson one and tow review

  • LESSON ONE AND TOW REVIEW

  • In a ________, the ruler is both a political and religious leader theocracy

  • Information learned from __________ helped Egyptians develop medical knowledge embalming

  • Traders, artists, and scribes made up ancient Egypt’s _______ class middle

  • The Egyptians willingly served their all-powerful leader because they believed____ Unity came from stronger leader and they were the son of RE

  • To learn how to obtain life after death, the Egyptians studies the _____ book of the dead

  • Who was Narmer? the Egyptian king that united upper and lower Egypt

  • Who did papyrus was used to make? Baskets, sandals, writing paper, river rafts

  • List three ways religion affected Egyptians 1. They thought they could not grow crops without the help of gods 2. They spend their time studying the book of the dead 3. Gods will help pharaohs to go afterlife

  • Why Egyptians built pyramids? To keep the pharaoh’s body safe so his soul could reach the afterlife

  • List Egypt’s class structure. 1. Ruler, 2. High class: nobles, generals, priests 3. Middle class: merchants, artisans, shopkeepers 4. Lowe class: farmers, unskilled workers, enslaved people

  • What enslaved people mean? People that were capture during a battle

  • What were the rights of ancient Egyptian women? They could own property, buy and sell goods, and get divorce.

  • How did Egyptian learned math and geometry? By building the pyramids

  • How does dynasty works? It is a system of rule in which power is handed down within families, from father to son to grandson

  • Why has the Nile River been described as the “lifeblood” because the Nile River was an essential life-giving resource and natural defense

  • What were the three natural defenses the Egyptian have? Cataracts, Nile river, desert

  • How was the first female Pharaoh? Hatshepsut.

  • Who was the king known as the Boy King? King Tut

  • What are some difference between Mesopotamia and Egypt? Egypt got little rain fall and Mesopotamia a lot. Mesopotamia did not have natural defense, Egypt like Egypt, Egypt had the ruler separated from high class.

  • What was the social status of a bureaucrat in ancient Egypt? To carry out the orders of the pharaohs

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Lesson one and tow review

  • Lesson 1 and 2 Quiz

  • In a ________, the ruler is both a political and religious leader

  • Information learned from __________ helped Egyptians develop medical knowledge

  • traders, artists, and scribes made up ancient Egypt’s _______ class

  • The Egyptians willingly served their all-powerful leader because they believed____

  • To learn how to obtain life after death, the Egyptians studies the _____

  • Who was Narmer?

  • Who did papyrus was used to make?

  • List three ways religion affected

  • Why Egyptians built pyramids?

  • List Egypt’s class structure.

  • What enslaved people mean?

  • What were the rights of ancient Egyptian women?

  • How did Egyptian learned math and geometry?

  • How does dynasty works?

  • Why has the Nile River been described as the “lifeblood”

  • What were the three natural defenses the Egyptian have?

  • How was the first female Pharaoh?

  • Who was the king known as the Boy King?

  • What are some difference between Mesopotamia and Egypt?

  • What was the social status of a bureaucrat in ancient Egypt?

  • Lesson 1 and 2 Quiz

  • In a ________, the ruler is both a political and religious leader

  • Information learned from __________ helped Egyptians develop medical knowledge

  • traders, artists, and scribes made up ancient Egypt’s _______ class

  • The Egyptians willingly served their all-powerful leader because they believed____

  • To learn how to obtain life after death, the Egyptians studies the _____

  • Who was Narmer?

  • Who did papyrus was used to make?

  • List three ways religion affected

  • Why Egyptians built pyramids?

  • List Egypt’s class structure.

  • What enslaved people mean?

  • What were the rights of ancient Egyptian women?

  • How did Egyptian learned math and geometry?

  • How does dynasty works?

  • Why has the Nile River been described as the “lifeblood”

  • What were the three natural defenses the Egyptian have?

  • How was the first female Pharaoh?

  • Who was the king known as the Boy King?

  • What are some difference between Mesopotamia and Egypt?

  • What was the social status of a bureaucrat in ancient Egypt?


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