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Social Studies 3-3

Social Studies about egyptian religion

Question (potato)Answer (pickle)
afterlife a life after death
mummy the spirit would exist in the afterlife
pyramid huge buildings with four sloping outside walls shaped like triangles
How did the religion of the ancient egyptians explained what happened to a person after death? Their spirits would come out at sunrise at the west, and die at the sunset
How was the pharaoh's tomb furnished? They would take out certain organs and wrap the pharaoh in linen.
Describe how the ancient egyptians organized the build of the pyramid? air passages, chambers, and escape passages,etc.
What role did religion play in ancient egypt? By believing the gods, there deaths,etc.
How did the Egyptians manage to build the pyramid without knowledge of the wheel? They build the the pyramid by picking up stone that weighs about 5,000 pounds
Giza Ancient city in upper egypt
Created by: Nickhart