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Egypt Vocabulary

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Pharaoh who united upper and lower Egypt also known as Narmer Menes
world's longest river Nile
process developed by the Ancient Egyptians of perserving a person's body after death embalming
a line of rulers that passes from father to son dynasty
steep rapid formed by cliffs and bolders in a river cataract
huge stone structure built by the Ancient Egyptians to serve as a tomb pyramid
an artifact that unlocked the mystery of Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic writing Rosetta Stone
god or goddess deity
gentle and dependable flooding of the Nile River
an embalmed body wrapped in cloth strips mummy
all powerful king of Egypt pharaoh
area of fertile soil at the mouth of a river delta
reed plant of the Nile Valley, used to make a form of paper papyrus
tallest building in the world for 4,000 years the Great Pyramid
The natural barriers that protected Egypt in the south cataracts
a collection of spells and prayers studied to help obtain the afterlife The Book of the Dead
the main god of the Egyptians Re
the land around the Nile River delta Lower Egypt
tried to give Egypt a new religion Amenhotep
woman pharaoh who concentrated on building the Egyptian economy Hatshepsut
Created by: hfontenot