Egyptian Religion pyramids Social classes achievements Review 1pt 1 pt 1 pt 1pt 1 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2pt 2pt 2 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4pt 4 pt 4pt 5pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt This process preserves the body for the afterlife. What is mummification? the god of the living and the dead Who is Osiris? This practice shows that the Egyptians believed in Life after death What is preserving the bodies of the dead? Religion is an important part of Egyptian life What is explain natural events? The god Hapy is responsible For this body part during mummification What is the lungs? A building with 4 sloping walls shaped like triangles What is a pyramid? The purpose of the pyramids What is a tomb for the Pharaohs? The site of the Great Pyramid What is Giza? The time it took to build a pyramid What is 20 years? The site for a pyramid would always be What is on the west bank of the Nile? The largest social class in Ancient Egypt What is the peasants, workers and farmers? Egyptian slaves were What is prisoners of war? What the peasants did during the season of the flood What is work on roads and temples? The type of people in the upper class Who are priests, members of the Pharaoh court and nobles who held estates? The position women held in Ancient Egypt What is women had most of the rights men had ? The form of writing created to keep track of Egypt’s wealth What is hieroglyphics? A type of paper created by The Egyptians What is papyrus? The reason Egyptian astronomers studied the stars What is to predict the flooding of the Nile? Egyptians could do this because of their work with mummies What is surgery? The practice of using plant To cure illness What is herbalism? One of the greatest rulers of The New Kingdom. He studied plants and led his armies into battles Who was Thutmose III? He conquered ancient Egypt in 332 BC Who was Alexander the Great? time period when order was restored and irrigation projects and canals built What was the Middle Kingdom? large armies were developed at this time What was the New Kingdom? Time period when Egypt had good rulers and a well-run goverment What was the Old Kingdom?