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Egypt The Great Review. Egypt. The Gift of The Nile. Ж. A system of people in different lands who trade goods. Hieroglyphics. Trade network. Calendar. Rosetta Stone. Ж. The ancient Egyptian form of writing. Hieroglyphics. Trade network. Calendar. Rosetta Stone. Ж.

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Egypt

The Great Review

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Egypt

The Gift of The Nile

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A system of people in different lands who trade goods.

Hieroglyphics

Trade network

Calendar

Rosetta Stone

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The ancient Egyptian form of writing.

Hieroglyphics

Trade network

Calendar

Rosetta Stone

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The Egyptians used their knowledge of the stars to develop this.

Hieroglyphics

Trade network

Calendar

Rosetta Stone

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Enabled archaeologists to translate Egyptian writing.

Hieroglyphics

Trade network

Calendar

Rosetta Stone

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The three time periods into which ancient Egypt’s history is divided into.

Papyrus

Dynasty

Kingdoms

Pyramids

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Series of rulers from the same family.

Papyrus

Dynasty

Kingdoms

Pyramids

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Royal tombs with four triangle-shapes sides that meet in a point on top.

Papyrus

Dynasty

Kingdoms

Pyramids

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The belief in many Gods and Goddesses.

Polytheism

Nubia

Menes

Tombs

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Located in the Valley of the Kings in hopes that the Pharaohs’ after life would be happy.

Polytheism

Nubia

Menes

Tombs

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Egypt’s first pharaoh who began the practice of wearing a double crown to symbolize his rule over both Upper and Lower Egypt.

Polytheism

Nubia

Menes

Tombs

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Oops, no I’m sorry.

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The Egyptians used their knowledge of the stars to develop a calendar.

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Oops, no I’m sorry.

Hieroglyphics is the ancient Egyptian form of writing.

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Oops, no I’m sorry.

The Rosetta Stone enabled archaeologists to translate Egyptian writing.

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Oops, no I’m sorry.

A trade network is a system of people in different lands who trade goods.

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Oops, no I’m sorry.

Papyrus is a long-lasting, paper-like material made from reeds.

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Oops, no I’m sorry.

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A dynasty is a series of rulers from the same family.

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Oops, no I’m sorry.

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Pyramids are royal tombs with four triangle-shaped sides that meet in a point on top.

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Oops, no I’m sorry.

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The three time periods into which ancient Egypt’s history is divided are called kingdoms.

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Oops, no I’m sorry.

Nubia is the area now called Sudan.

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Oops, no I’m sorry.

Tombs began to be located in the Valley of the Kings in hopes that the pharaohs would have a happy after life.

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Oops, no I’m sorry.

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Menes became Egypt’s first pharaoh when he united Upper and Lower Egypt. He began the practice of wearing a double crown to signify that unification.

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Oops, no I’m sorry.

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Polytheism is the belief in many Gods and Goddesses.

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The Nile River

  • Flows through Upper and Lower Egypt
  • Supports farming settlements
  • The cataracts helped keep invaders out
  • Triangle-shaped deposits forming a delta

No, the regions of Egypt simply exist.

A good thing for Kushites as well, but not the best reason.

Yes the cataracts would help keep the invaders out of Kush as well.

The delta at the mouth of the river is too far from Kush to really matter.

Which of these statements would be the best reason for a Kushite king to be grateful to the river?

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Which of these statements support the phrase “Egypt Gift of the Nile.”

Successful farms led to villages where wealthy farmers became rulers, then to cities.

Egypt was left open on all sides to attack

Provided a stable food diet.

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Pharaohs!!

Which statements are true??

During the Middle Kingdom were buried in pyramids.

Usually right to rule was voted on.

Had power over all of Egyptian life during the Middle Kingdom.

Collected taxes in order to build temples and pyramids.

Filled their tombs with riches so that the dead enjoyed their afterlife

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Religious Beliefs

No?

Yes?

Believed the pharaoh was responsible for good crops.

Yes?

No?

The afterlife was central to their beliefs.

Yes?

No?

Used a funeral pyre to burn their dead.

Yes?

No?

Preserved bodies as mummies as part of their burial practices.

Yes?

No?

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Great pharaohs!

Which pharaoh did what?

intact tomb discovered by Carter gave much information about burial practices

Ahmose of Thebes

Hatshepsut

ruled for a long period and best known as a great warrior and builder

increased Egyptian trade and built monuments

Tutankhamen

drove out the Hyksos

Ramses the Great

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True or False

Being a leading military power indicates that Egypt was a country lacking in resources.

rich

False

True

The job that employed the most people in Egypt was farming.

False

True

Cleopatra

Ankesenamun was the queen who aligned herself with Julius Caesar and Mark Antony in order to save Egypt.

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True

False

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Kush

Protected by cataracts and rich with goods

Merchants began to trade with others

Yes

No

Trade really became a way to spy and invade

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Yes

No

In times of peace they traded with Egypt

Yes

No

Trade allowed them to learn of other cultures.

Yes

No

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Match ups

Egyptian conquest of

Kush influences

Kush’s downfall

Culture

Overgrazed fields

New bypassing trade routes

Forests used up

Assyrian’s forced them out

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Government

Architecture