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  1. Terms to Know North Africa Map People to Meet Major River Systems And Agriculture Standard 6.2.1 Religion and Social And Political Order Standard 6.2.3 Art and Architecture Standard 6.2.5 Trade and Leadership Standard 6.3.6 Evolution of Language Standard 6.2.9 Major River Systems And Agriculture Standard 6.2.1 Religion and Social And Political Order Standard 6.2.3 Art and Architecture Standard 6.2.5 Trade and Leadership Standard 6.3.6 Evolution of Language Standard 6.2.9 Major River Systems And Agriculture Standard 6.2.1 Religion and Social And Political Order Standard 6.2.3 Art and Architecture Standard 6.2.5 Trade and Leadership Standard 6.3.6 Evolution of Language Standard 6.2.9 Major River Systems And Agriculture Standard 6.2.1 Religion and Social And Political Order Standard 6.2.3 Art and Architecture Standard 6.2.5 Trade and Leadership Standard 6.3.6 Evolution of Language Standard 6.2.9 Major River Systems And Agriculture Standard 6.2.1 Religion and Social And Political Order Standard 6.2.3 Art and Architecture Standard 6.2.5 Trade and Leadership Standard 6.3.6 Evolution of Language Standard 6.2.9

  2. Why did Egyptian civilization emerge in the Nile Valley?

  3. Flooding left rich farmland, river provided protection, and the river was the only source of fresh water.

  4. The Nile River began as what two other rivers?

  5. Blue Nile and White Nile

  6. Which of these was a result of the Nile River’s flooding?

  7. Fertile Soil

  8. The Nile delta, Sahara, Eastern Desert, and cataracts allowed Egyptian civilization to…

  9. Peacefully grow and prosper

  10. The Nile river is the longest river in the world. It’s flow moves from ________ to _______.

  11. South to North

  12. ______ were not as powerless as ______ in other ancient civilizations.

  13. Woman

  14. A collection of spells and prayers studied to help obtain the afterlife.

  15. The Book of the Dead

  16. The Egyptians practiced what kind of religion?

  17. Polytheism

  18. The place a person goes when their heart passes the weighing test.

  19. Eternity

  20. Why did unskilled workers make up the largest group in society?

  21. People were needed for physical labor in the cities.

  22. How was the stone for a pyramid transported to the building site?

  23. Stones were placed on sleds, floated down the river, and raised when needed

  24. The entrance to every pyramid faced in what direction?

  25. North

  26. ______ were _____ built for pharaohs and their queens.

  27. Pyramids, tombs

  28. Pictures carved into rock or other hard surfaces

  29. Sunken Relief

  30. An elaborate decorated coffin

  31. sarcophagus

  32. Egyptians traded for…

  33. Wooden furniture

  34. Why was the location of Napata favorable for trading?

  35. Napata is where the trade caravans crossed the river.

  36. Hatshepsut was able to come to power by first…

  37. Ruling in the name of male relatives, cutting her hair, and dressing as a man.

  38. How did Ramses II get the name “Ramses the Great”?

  39. His fame on the battlefield, construction and restoration of building and monuments, and his popularity among the Egyptian people.

  40. The Greatest New Kingdom Pharaoh

  41. Ramses II

  42. ______ was used to make paper.

  43. papyrus

  44. Name of Egyptian writing.

  45. Hieroglyphics

  46. Demotic?

  47. The short hand version of hieroglyphics.

  48. Where was the Rosetta stone discovered?

  49. Rosetta, Egypt

  50. Until the _______ ______ was translated, nobody could read hieroglyphics.