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Ch. 3-Egypt

On what did Mesopotamians, Egyptians, and Sumerians rely for crops to grow? SOC. 6.I.C.1.a floods
The cataracts of the Nile River separated Egypt from___. SOC. 6.I.C.1.a Kush
The ancient Egyptians believed that the afterlife ____. SOC. 6.I.C.1.a was much like regular life
The ancient Egyptian's sun god was ____. SOC. 6.I.C.1.a Ra
In ancient Egypt most people settled in the Nile River valley. What was a pull factor that caused people to migrate to this area? SOC. 6.I.C.1.a fertile land
What did the Egyptian term "pharaoh" mean during the New Kingdom period? SOC. 6.I.C.1.a great house
The cliff west of Thebes, in the Valley of the Kings, are known for their ____. SOC. 6.I.C.1.a secret tombs
A positive effect of the annual flooding of the Nile was that ____. SOC. 6.I.C.1.a farmland became more fertile and supported the rise of Ancient Egypt
A religious similarity between the Mesopotamians and Egyptians was that ___. SOC. 6.I.C.1.a they both had many gods
Which river valley developed an early civilization in Egypt? SOC. 6.I.C.1.a Nile
How was Egyptian agriculture different from Nubian agriculture? SOC. 6.I.C.1.b The Egyptians soil was improved by annual floods.
How did Egyptians pharaohs justify the power they claimed? SOC. 6.I.C.1.c Pharaohs were believed to be part god
Which of these best describes the condition of Egypt under Ramses the Great? SOC. 6.I.C.1.c Prosperous
What is most notable about Queen Hatshepsut? SOC. 6.I.C.1.c She was the only female pharaoh in Egypt
The Kush Empire was located ___. SOC. 6.I.C.1.d along the Nile south of Egypt
The Kush control of Egypt was ended and the Kushites expelled by the ___. SOC. 6.I.C.1.d Assyrians
Why did Egypt increase long-distanced trade during the reign of Hatshepsut? SOC. 6.I.C.1.d to increase national power and wealth
The location of the Kingdom of Kush was along the ____. SOC. 6.I.C.1.d Nile River
How did the growth Egyptians cities affect the class system?SOC. 6.I.C.1.d More people became skilled artisans
The earliest Egyptian writings are called ___. SOC. 6.I.C.1.f hieroglyphics
Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics could not be read until ___. SOC. 6.I.C.1.f the decoding of the Rosetta Stone
Why did Nubians and Egyptians worship some of the same gods? SOC. 6.I.C.1.f Nubia and Egypt exchanged certain cultural practices when Egypt ruled Nubia
Egyptian officials who were writers and record keepers were known as ___. SOC. 6.I.C.1.f scribes
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