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World History & You

Ch. 2 People of Ancient Egypt BK1

TermDefinition
Ancient Egypt Was one of the Greatest and most powerful civilizations in the history of the world.
Egyptians People that live in Egypt
Nile River is more than 3,000 miles long. It is the longest river in the world. It goes through Egypt.
Flooded Where water goes over the banks of the river. It gets land wet the normally is dry.
Fertile Soil Soil left by the river flood that is good for growing food.
Irrigate to supply (land) with water by artificial means, as by diverting streams, flooding, or spraying.
Villages a small community or group of houses in a rural area
Ruler a person who rules or governs
Pharaoh a title of an ancient Egyptian king.
Hatshepsut A powerful queen who became one of Egypt's most successful pharaohs.
Pyramid A giant tomb built for the pharaohs of Egypt. It was made from stone and had four sides that came to a point at the top in a pyramid shape.
Tomb A place where you put a dead body.
Slaves They men and women. They were not paid for their work. They were forced to build pyramids for the Pharaohs.
Created by: mtrampf