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Ch. 4. 6th grade

How would you describe the geography of Nubia? The course of the Nile River was smoother in ancient Egypt than in ancient Nubia.
What was one important trade item of the Nubians? Clay pottery
How was the location of Nubia important? It helped to make it an important trading center.
What kingdom was strong enough to drive the Egyptians out of Nubia? Kush Kingdom
How did the Kushite rule over Egypt come to an end? The Assyrians invaded Egypt.
What kinds of products helped make the city of Meroe an important center for trade? Iron products
Women in Meroe did what? Women played an important role in governing
What caused Meroe to stop being a trade center? Traders began to use sea routes rather than overland routes through Meroe.
Paths that traders use as they exchange goods Trade routes
What does it mean to take over Annex
What does complete freedom mean? independnece
What is a supporter? ally
What are a group of buyers and sellers called? trade network
What are some facts that are only true for Egypt? developed hieroglyphics, invented papyrus, built the first step pyramid and men ruled as pharoahs
What are some facts that are only true for Kush? Kush had an alphabet of 23 letters, made objects out of iron and capital city was center of trade
What does Kush and Egypt have in common? Both lived alongside the Nile, built pyramids and conquered each other at different times
Created by: Hintze
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