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Transcript
World History
Chapter 2: Section 3 & 4
Homework Assignment
Answer on a separate sheet of paper
Egypt: Gift of the Nile
Part 1
 Define/Identify & Give the significance of each (2-3 Sentences)
 Describe what the term is and the importance of the term in historical context
Successor
Barter economy
Money economy
Colony
Dynasty
Amon-Re
Isis
Rosetta Stone
The Nile
Thutmose III
Ramses III
Decipher
Mummification
Hieroglyphics
Delta
Bureaucracy
Osiris
Akhenaton
Pharaoh
Hatshepsut
Ramses II
Hyksos
Part 3
 Answer each question(s) in its entirety
1. How did the Nile influence the rise of the powerful civilization of Egypt?
2. How did Egypt become united as a whole? What role did the Nile play in the unification
of Egypt?
3. What knowledge did the Egyptians gain from the Hyksos?
4. What information can we learn from the large scale monuments of Egyptian rulers?
5. What role does religion and education play in the Egyptian civilization?
6. What jobs were Egyptian women allowed to hold? What jobs could they not do?
7. If Egyptian rulers received the right to rule from Amon-Re, how might changing the god
to Aton affect the ruler’s authority in Egypt?
8. Breakdown Egyptian civilization/history into three periods and provide at least 3 key
points for each section. (Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, and New Kingdom highlights)