1 Jeopardy Kings, Queens & Other Things A Site for Sore Eyes Whose Your Mummy? No Da Niling This Nubian Neighbors $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 Double Jeopardy
2 Kings, Queens and Other Things for $100 This smart and calculating ruler had a knack for self-promotion, but actually did a great job keeping Egypt out of war and expanding its wealth
3 $100 Answer for Kings, Queens, and Other Things Who was Hatshepsut?
4 Kings, Queens and Other Things for $200 This New Kingdom ruler was so awesome at defeating Egypt s enemies in war that a new role as a man/god was added to the job description. Big hint: This ruler s image and name appears all over Egypt!
5 $200 Answer for Kings, Queens, and Other Things Who was Ramses II (also spelled Ramesses II?
6 Kings, Queens, and Other Things for $300 The pharaohs relied heavily on this system of offices and officials to help run the businesses of the government.
7 $300 Answer for Kings, Queens, and Other Things What is bureaucracy?
8 Kings, Queens, and Other Things for $400 This nation was the not the very last one to defeat the ancient Egyptians, but they helped to begin the end to the period known as the New Kingdom. This nation was and its famous leader was.
9 $400 Answer for King, Queens, and Other Things Who was Greece and Alexander the Great?
10 Kings, Queens, and Other Things for $500 This was the strict 5-tiered social class system of ancient Egypt. (You have to name each one in the right order from highest to lowest.)
11 $500 Answer for King, Queens, and Other Things What was the Pharaoh Vizier/Nobles/Priests /(military) Scribes Merchants/artisans Farmers/servants/slaves?
12 A Site for Sore Eyes for $100 This set of three pyramids was a mathematical marvel of geometry.
13 $100 Answer for A Site for Sore Eyes What are the Pyramids of Giza?
14 A Site for Sore Eyes for $200 The hieroglyphics found here helped scholars to unlock the code to this ancient language.
15 $200 Answer for A Site for Sore Eyes What is the Rosetta Stone?
16 A Site for Sore Eyes for $300 This tool helped the Egyptians to study the stars and the passage of time in the night.
17 $300 Answer for A Site for Sore Eyes What is a merkhet?
18 A Site for Sore Eyes for $400 Largely built by the Pharaoh Amenhotep III and Ramses II, this temple has truly stood the test of time. Name the temple and what is missing from its exterior.
19 $400 Answer for A Site for Sore Eyes What is the Temple of Luxor and what is a missing obelisk?
20 A Site for Sore Eyes for $500 This was designed for an important pharaoh to guide him on his way to the afterlife, and though impressive, in reality it would never truly work. The pharaoh was and the design was
21 $500 Answer for A Site for Sore Eyes Who was Khufu and what was his enormous burial boat?
22 Whose Your Mummy for $100 This boy king became one of the most famous pharaohs simply because his remains were found all intact.
23 $100 Answer for Whose Your Mummy Who was King Tut?
24 Whose Your Mummy for $200 This priest of the jackalheaded god oversaw the embalming process
25 $200 Answer for Whose Your Mummy Who was Anubis? Take care, now sweetie, on your journey. Catch up with you later!
26 Whose Your Mummy for $300 This very swanky, alldecked out covering protected the nested coffins within
27 $300 Answer to Whose Your Mummy What is a sarcophagus?
28 Whose Your Mummy for $400 These four internal organs were carefully removed and preserved in fancy jars
29 $400 Answer for Whose Your Mummy What are the liver, stomach, intestines, and lungs stored in canopic jars?
30 Whose Your Mummy for $500 This substance ensured that a mummy would stay preserved (like beef jerky), but the entire mummification process took at least (70, 120, or 150) days.
31 $500 Answer for Whose Your Mummy What is natron and 70 days? Okay, folks, that s a wrap!
32 No Da Niling This for $100 This confusing labeling of Egypt is caused by the northern flow of the Nile River.
33 $100 Answer for No Da Niling This What is the labeling of Upper and Lower Egypt?
34 No Da Niling This for $200 These two rivers, and converge to make up the grand Nile River which empties out into
35 $200 Answer for No Da Niling This What are the White Nile and Blue Nile Rivers and what is the Mediterranean Sea?
36 No Da Niling This for $300 These rushing rapids twist and turn through large rocks and boulders in the Nile River.
37 $300 Answer for No Da Niling This What are cataracts? This is AWESOME, Will!
38 No Da Niling This for $400 This nicknamed area borders the banks of the Nile and this other nicknamed area refers to the desert area. Name the two areas.
39 $400 Answer for No Da Niling This What is the Black Land and the Red Land? Okay, no one ever said they are the most original names
40 No Da Niling This for $500 This is the reason why the Nile flows in the direction that it does.
41 $500 Answer for No Da Niling This What is gravity? (The northern section of Egypt is at a lower elevation than the rest of the region and water naturally flows from the highest to the lowest elevation.) What would Isaac Newton think? Not all rivers flow south, BUT all rivers do flow DOWNWARD. Very simple actually!
42 Nubian Neighbors for $100 Nubia is also known by. this ancient name.
43 $100 Answer for Nubian Neighbors What is Kush?
44 Nubian Neighbors for $200 These are the two natural minerals that were the most popular exports for Nubia.
45 $200 Answer for Nubian Neighbors What are gold and iron?
46 Nubian Neighbors for $300 Though a land of riches, Nubia needed to trade with Egypt primarily due to this reason.
47 $300 Answer for Nubian Neighbors What is a lack of food (grain) being produced in Nubia due to the limited fertile areas?
48 Nubia Neighbors for $400 This king adopted the role of a pharaoh and led his Nubian warriors to conquer Egypt in the mid-700s B.C.
49 $400 Answer for Key Concepts Who was King Piye (or also spelled Piankhi)?
50 Nubian Neighbors for $500 Double Jeopardy
51 $500 Answer for Nubian Neighbors What was Meroe and what was ironworking? I wonder if the ancient Nubians ever imagined that this is where their ironworking would lead to my hanging on for dear life!
52 Double Jeopardy After the Egyptians destroyed the Nubian capital city in 591 B.C., the capital was relocated to where this city became know as Africa s first center.
Ancient Egypt: an Overview 1 Three Kingdoms of Ancient Egypt OLD KINGDOM Pharaohs organized a strong central state, were absolute rulers, and were considered gods. Egyptians built pyramids at Giza. Power
Indicate whether the statement is true or false. 1. Savannas are fertile marshes. 2. The New Kingdom pharaoh Amenhotep was successful in establishing a new religion based on the worship of Aton, the sun
Study Guide Chapter 5 Ancient Egypt and Kush 1) cataract: a waterfall or rapids in a river Key Vocabulary Terms: 9) bureaucrat: a government official 2) delta: a fan shaped are of silt near where a river
Ancient Egypt Nicknamed The Gift of the Nile Egypt was first settled about 5000 B.C. (7000 years ago) by nomads Egyptian Civilization developed because of the Nile River Egyptian Geography located in the
Ancient Egypt Egypt s Powerful Kings and Queens Egypt s God-Kings The rulers of Egypt held the respected title of pharaoh (FAIR oh). The pharaohs were allpowerful. Whatever the pharaoh decided became law.
The Ancient Egyptians Geography of Ancient Egypt Religion In Ancient Egypt Ancient Egyptian Society The Geography of Ancient Egypt Nile River Giver of Life Longest river in the world @ 4200 miles Protected
Name: : Date: Directions: Label the items in this column on the map. Mediterranean Sea 35.603719, 18.808594 35 36'13"N 18 48'30"E Nile River 26.853906, 3440919 26 51'14.06"N 31 26'27.31"E River Current
If the Nile shines, the Earth is joyous Every stomach is full of rejoicing, Every spine is happy, Every jawbone crushes its food, --Hymn to the Nile What is the tone of this hymn? What does the Nile shines
Nubia and Kush VOCABULARY WORDS ceramic trade route mineral independence ally trading network decipher obelisk Ceramic Ceramic: A product that is made from baked clay. Trade Route Trade route: A path that
EGYPTIAN PANELS Desert Protection Protected on four sides 1. Desert to the East & West 2. Cataracts to the South 3. Marshy Delta to North One of the most stable civilizations in history ANCIENT EGYPT AREAS
Lesson 1 Summary Lesson 1: The Lifeline of the Nile Use with pages 78 81. Vocabulary delta a triangular-shaped area of soil at the mouth of a river silt a mixture of soil and small rocks papyrus a plant
THE GIFT OF THE NILE I) The Nile River a. I know the Nile. When he is introduced in the fields, his introduction gives life to every nostril. Temple inscription b. Longest river in the world c. Runs south
Egypt and the Nile Class Objective We will explore how Egypt prospered while surrounded by the Sahara desert. Egypt The Nile River was the lifeblood of the original Egyptian civilizations. The Nile river
Egypt Notes The Nile Waterfalls/rapids which impede travel up the Nile are called cataracts. What have I learned? Label the Delta, Upper Egypt, Lower Egypt, Mediterranean Sea The Nile is unique because
Write About It... You have read about Egypt s geography for home work. Which two features of Egypt s geography had the greatest impact on Egyptian society? How did Egypt s geography impact the development
Name Date Period General Introduction to Ancient Egypt The Geography of the Nile The Nile flows north from East Africa to the Mediterranean Sea. Along the way there are rough, rocky areas called cataracts.
Egyptian Civilization (3100 B.C-332 B.C.) Ancient Egypt -a land of mysteries. No other civilization has so captured the imagination of scholars and public in general. Mystery surrounds its origins, its
Ancient Egypt Nile River The longest river in the world: It is 4,000 miles long (Egyptians only knew of 1,000 miles). The Nile flows from South to North. CATARACTS: waterfalls along the Nile River that
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Name Class Date Ancient Egypt and Kush Section 1 MAIN IDEAS 1. Egypt was called the gift of the Nile because the Nile River gave life to the desert. 2. Civilization developed along the Nile after people
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SOUTHWESTERN CHRISTIAN SCHOOL WORLD HISTORY STUDY GUIDE # 7 : ANCIENT EGYPT 3,000 BC 200 BC LEARNING OBJECTIVES STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO IDENTIFY THE MAJOR GEOGRAPHIC FEATURES OF EGYPT AND THE SURROUNDING
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"The Nile River Valley" I. The Nile River Valley A. Geography of the Nile River Valley 1. flows for 4,000 miles a. from Central to the Mediterranean Sea b. sources include the Nile and the Nile 2. isolated
The Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs I N T E R A C T I V E S T U D E N T N O T E B O O K What did the pharaohs of ancient Egypt accomplish, and how did they do it? Carefully analyze the image and write your answers
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Activity 3.3 Trading Goods to Understand the Power of Kush Experiential Exercise Overview In this Experiential Exercise students trade tokens to understand how Kush gained power as a trade center and became
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Prepare to Read Objectives In this section you will 1. Examine the relationship between Nubia and Egypt. 2. Learn about the Nubian kingdoms centered in Kerma, Napata, and Meroe. Taking Notes As you read,
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Chapter 10 The Kingdom of Kush In what ways did location influence the history of Kush? 10.1. Introduction Kushites built pyramids and temples. The pyramids shown here are south of Egypt, in the present-day
Chapter 8 The Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs 8.1 Introduction In this chapter, you will visit ancient Egypt. You will meet four leaders, called pharaohs. In 1922, archaeologists discovered the tomb of a pharaoh
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Print The Egyptian pharaohs were all-powerful rulers. Egyptians built such gigantic and sturdy pyramids in their honor that the pyramids still stand today. Egypt's Early Rulers How was ancient Egypt governed?
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