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Egypt
The Great Review
E
g
y
p
t
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The
Gift
of
The
Nile
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
The Egyptians used their
knowledge of the stars to
develop this.
Hieroglyphics Trade network
Calendar
Ж
Rosetta Stone
Enabled archaeologists to
translate Egyptian writing.
Hieroglyphics Trade network
Calendar
Rosetta Stone
Ж
The three time periods
into which ancient Egypt’s
history is divided into.
Papyrus
Dynasty
Kingdoms
Pyramids
Ж
Series of rulers from the
same family.
Papyrus
Dynasty
Kingdoms
Pyramids
Ж
Reeds that grew in the
Nile River from which
paper was made.
Papyrus
Dynasty
Kingdoms
Pyramids
Ж
Royal tombs with four triangleshapes sides that meet in a point
on top.
Papyrus
Dynasty
Kingdoms
Pyramids
Ж
The belief in many Gods
and Goddesses.
Polytheism
Nubia
Menes
Tombs
Ж
Located in the Valley of the Kings
in hopes that the Pharaohs’ after
life would be happy.
Polytheism
Nubia
Menes
Tombs
Ж
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
Ж
Today it is called Sudan but
the Egyptians referred to it
as...
Polytheism
Nubia
Menes
Tombs
Ж
Yes, that’s exactly right!
Good for you!!!
Ж
Oops, no I’m sorry.
Ж
The Egyptians used their
knowledge of the stars to
develop a calendar.
Oops, no I’m sorry.
Ж
Hieroglyphics is the ancient
Egyptian form of writing.
Oops, no I’m sorry.
The Rosetta Stone
enabled archaeologists to
translate Egyptian writing.
Ж
Oops, no I’m sorry.
Ж
A trade network is a
system of people in
different lands who trade
goods.
Oops, no I’m sorry.
Papyrus is a long-lasting,
paper-like material made
from reeds.
Ж
Oops, no I’m sorry.
Ж
A dynasty is a series of
rulers from the same
family.
Oops, no I’m sorry.
Ж
Pyramids are royal tombs
with four triangle-shaped
sides that meet in a point
on top.
Oops, no I’m sorry.
Ж
The three time periods into
which ancient Egypt’s history is
divided are called kingdoms.
Oops, no I’m sorry.
Nubia is the area now
called Sudan.
Ж
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.
Ж
Oops, no I’m sorry.
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.
Ж
Oops, no I’m sorry.
Ж
Polytheism is the belief in
many Gods and Goddesses.
The Nile River
Flows through Upper and Lower Egypt

No, the regions of Egypt simply exist.
Supports farming settlements

A good thing for Kushites as well, but not the best reason.
The cataracts helped keep invaders out

Yes the cataracts would help keep the invaders out of Kush as well.
Triangle-shaped deposits forming a delta

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?
Ж
Which of these statements support the
phrase “Egypt Gift of the Nile.”
Provided a
stable food
diet.
Ж
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
Ж
Religious Beliefs
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?
Ж
Great pharaohs!
Which pharaoh did what?
Ahmose of Thebes
Hatshepsut
Tutankhamen
Ramses the Great
Ж
intact tomb discovered by Carter
gave much information about burial
practices
ruled for a long period and best
known as a great warrior and builder
increased Egyptian trade and
built monuments
drove out the Hyksos
True or False
Being a leading military power indicates that Egypt
was a country lacking in resources. rich
True
False
The job that employed the most people in Egypt
was farming.
True
False
True
False
Cleopatra
Ankesenamun was the queen who aligned herself
with Julius Caesar and Mark Antony in order to
save Egypt.
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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
Yes
No
In times of peace they traded with Egypt
Yes
Ж
No
Trade allowed them to learn of other cultures.
Yes
No
Match ups
Egyptian conquest of
Kush influences
Kush’s downfall
Forests used up
Ж
Assyrian’s
forced them
out
Architecture