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EGYPT Jeopardy
Gods
People
“Denial”
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Pyramids and
Mummies
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Gods for 100
• This god devoured sinful hearts.
• Who is Ammut?
Gods for 200
• Goddess of truth; pictured as a scale.
• Who is Ma’at?
The name for the god of the New Kingdom.
Who is Amon-Re?
Gods for 300
• The goddess of marriage.
• Who is Isis?
She was married to him.
Who is Osiris?
Gods for 400
• Pharaohs represent this god during
their lifetime.
• Who is Horus?
Roles of pharaoh?
God, priest, ruler…
(review rest of pharaoh’s responsibilities on guided reading sheet!)
Gods for 500
• The god “guide” of the underworld.
• Who is Anubis?
Gods for 600
• The god of the Nile.
• Who is Hapi?
People for 100
• First female pharaoh.
• Who is Hatshepsut?
BONUS: Hatshepsut was considered a good
leader for these reasons.
Encouraging trade, building projects, & peace.
People for 200
• The foreigners who brought bronze and
iron weapons and chariots to Egypt.
• Who are the Hyksos?
Why did Egypt lose power in the New Kingdom?
Spent too much energy and money on war / iron weapons.
People for 300
• Egypt became a province of the Roman
Empire at the end of this leader’s reign.
• Who is Cleopatra?
People for 400
• The pharaoh who changed the religion
of Egypt to worship one god.
• Who is Amenhotep IV / Akhenaten?
People for 500
• His tomb was the only complete one
ever found.
• Who is Tutankhamen?
Why this was important.
Gave information to historians/scientists about Egyptian burial practices
People for 600
• With what group did Ramsees II
form the first ever peace treaty?
• Who are the Hittites?
The Nile for 100
• The cardinal direction in which the
Nile flows.
• What is north?
The Nile for 200
• This machine lifted water out of the
Nile.
• What is a shadoof?
The Nile for 300
• Pyramids were built on this side of the
Nile River.
• What is the WEST side?
The Nile for 400
• A fertile piece of land at the end of the
river.
• What is a delta?
The Nile for 500
• The Nile flows into this body of water.
• What is the Mediterranean Sea?
Egyptians did this measuring process to the land after the
floods.
What is survey?
Pyramids/ Mummies for 100
• His pyramid is at Giza.
• Who is Khufu?
Pyramids/ Mummies for 200
• The name of the salt used to preserve
bodies.
• What is natron?
BONUS: The other job of pyramid builders.
What is farming?
Pyramids/ Mummies for 300
• Devices used to lift stone blocks to
build pyramids (2).
• What are sleds and ramps?
Pyramids/ mummies for 400
• List 4 organs found in canopic jars.
• What are the lungs, liver, stomach, and
intestines?
Pyramids/ Mummies for
500
• Two ways one could tell the social
class of a mummy.
• Careful mummification
• Clogged arteries/ parasites from meat
• Evidence of medical care
Pyramids/ Mummies for 600
• Name two ways a scientist might
determine the gender of a mummy.
• Height
• Pelvic exam
Egypt, Etc. for 100
• 2 uses of papyrus.
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Paper
Sandals
Baskets
Rafts
Columns for houses
.
Egypt, Etc. for 200
• A list of prayers to help person get to
the Underworld safely.
• What is the Book of the Dead?
Egypt, Etc. for 300
• The purpose of mummification.
• What is the way for the Ka to
recognize its body?
Egypt, Etc. for 400
• 3 Contributions made by the
Egyptians.
• What are
– Mathematics / Geometry: Surveying,
fractions, whole numbers
– Building techniques for pyramids
– Medicine, specialized doctors
– Technology “from” rivers: irrigation,
shadoof, boats
– “Paper” and ink
Egypt, Etc. for 500
• The opening of the mouth ceremony
was for these 2 purposes.
• What is allowing deceased person to speak
and eat in the afterlife?
Egypt, Etc. for 600
• 2 ways both the Mesopotamians AND
the Egyptians used their rivers.
• Farming/ irrigation
• Travel/ transport
• Mud for bricks
How did geography protectEgypt?
Deserts, sea and waterfalls made it difficult to invade.