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Lesson 4.1 Fact-Finder. Toward Civilization. Do Now. Take out your Lesson 4.1 Fact-Finder State any information you learned by completing this activity. Question 1. 1. By 3100 B.C., early Egyptians were developing an advanced civilization in towns along the Nile . Question 2.

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Lesson 4 1 fact finder

Lesson 4.1 Fact-Finder

Toward Civilization


Do now

Do Now

Take out your Lesson 4.1 Fact-Finder

State any information you learned by completing this activity


Question 1

Question 1

1. By 3100 B.C., early Egyptians were developing an advanced civilization in towns along the Nile.


Question 2

Question 2

2. What advances in Egyptian society do you see in the first paragraph?


Question 21

Question 2

A. They built temples as places of worship and stone tombs to hold the bodies of rulers who had died.

B. Early writing appears on these temples and tombs.

C. The Egyptians made pottery on which they painted scenes from their lives.

D. They mined copper for tool-making and gold for decorative art.


Egyptian pottery

Egyptian Pottery


Copper and gold

Copper and Gold

Copper

Gold


Question 3

Question 3

What 2 crops were grown primarily in Egypt?


Answer

Answer

Wheat

Barley


Question 4

Question 4

Where were these crops grown?


Answer1

Answer

Nile Valley

Nile Delta


Question 5

Question 5

The SinaiPeninsula was a crossroads for early Egyptians and traders from southwesternAsia.


Sinai peninsula

Sinai Peninsula


Question 6

Question 6

Trade also took place on the NileRiver. This served as a highway connecting Egyptian settlements. To use this “highway,” Egyptians became expert shipbuilders.


Question 7

Question 7

Explain how shipbuilding progressed in Egypt.


Answer2

Answer

At first, Egyptians built their boats from bundles of reeds. Later, they made large sailing ships out of wood from what is now Lebanon.


Egyptian boat

Egyptian Boat


Lebanon

Lebanon


Question 8

Question 8

Sails did more than just increase traveling speed. They also made it possible for ships to sail upstream against the river’s current.


Question 9

Question 9

This meant that nearly all the Nile, except for the cataracts in Nubia, could be used for travel and trade.


Question 10

Question 10

Trade and travel made it possible for some towns to grow into cities. Then some of these tradecenters emerged as separate cultures and powers.


Question 11

Question 11

By 3100 B.C., Egypt consisted on what 2 kingdoms?


Answer3

Answer

Lower Egypt and Upper Egypt


Wrap up

Wrap Up

Take a few minutes to complete page 35 of your Homework and Practice Books.


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