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Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt

What were the all the Kingdoms of Egypt known as? Old Kingdom- Age of Pyramids Middle Kingdom- Period of Reunification New Kingdom- Golden Years
Name all of the Kingdoms in order and years it was a Kingdom? 1. Old Kingdom- 2700-2200 B.C.E. (Before Common Era (Reunification) 2. Middle Kingdom- 200-1800 B.C.E. (Before Common Era) (Reunification) 3. New Kingdom- 1600-1100 B.C.E (Before Common Era)
What kingdom did Pharaoh Senusret rule? Senusret ruled the Middle Kingdom.
What Pharaoh was ruling when the Pyramid of Giza was built? Hint: The whole time they ruled, 20 years, the Pyramid of Giza was being built. The Pharaoh Khufu was ruling.
Who was the first female Pharaoh of Egypt? The first female Pharaoh of Egypt was Hatshepsut.
Who was the temple made for? The temple was made in honor of Ramses II and one out of his 100 wives.
LIst four facts of Pharaoh Hatshepsut, besides her being the first female Pharaoh. 1. Hatshepsut encouraged trade. 2. Sometimes dressed, as of, a man. 3. Her monument showed the scenes of her reign and it was built on a cliff above the NIle River. 4.She ruled in the New Kingdom (15 yrs) She claimed her father was a God- Bonus Points
Name four facts about Pharaoh Ramses II. 1. Has 100 wives, 100 children. 2. Ruled in the New Kingdom 3. Ruled from 1290-1224 (66 yrs) Best mummified body- Bonus Points!
What are the periods in-between the major Kingdoms called? They're called reunification periods.
LIst four facts about Pharaoh Khufu? 1. Established the Pharaoh as the central authority. 2. Built many pyramids, including the Pyramid of Giza. 3. Ruled from 2551-2528 (23 yrs) He declared himself GOD-Bonus Points!
List four facts about Pharaoh Senusret. 1. Ruled from 1971-1926 (45 yrs) 2. MIddle KIngdom ruler 3. His monument was the White Chapel He was a Patron of the Arts- Bonus Points!
What does B.C.E and C.E. mean? 1. Before Common Era 2. Common Era
LIst three facts about the White Chapel, the monument. 1. Built to honor the Pharaoh Senusret . 2. Pillars were chiseled with pictures of Gods and symbols. 3. Made of Alabestor
LIat three facts about the Pyramid of Giza, the monument. 1. Took 20 years to build. 2. The largest pyramid in Egypt. 3. It was an engineering miracle!
List three facts about Abu SImbel, the monument. 1. Ramses II Temple 2. 60 feet tall 3. Temple honored his favorite, out of 100, wives.
List three facts about Dayr-al Bahir, the monument. 1. Honors Pharaoh Hatshepsut 2. Built on a cliff above the NIle River 3. There were carvings of her reign in scenes
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