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Unit 2 Ch 4 Secs 3-5

Egypt Secs 3,4,5

Middle Kingdom a period of order and stability that lasted until about 1750 BC
New Kingdom the period in which Egypt reached the height of its power and glory
trade routes paths followed by traders
Queen Hatshepsut Egyptian ruler who expanded trade south to Punt and north to Asia Minor and Greece
Ramses the Great Egyptian ruler who conquered the Hittites and reigned for 66 years
hieroglypics Egyptian writing system
papyrus long-lasting, paper-like material made from flattened reeds
Rosetta Stone a slab inscribed with text from three languages that gave historians the key for reading hieroglyphics
sphinxes imaginary creatures with the bodies of lions and the heads of other animals or humans
obelisk a tall, four-sided pillar that is pointed at the top
trade network a system of people in different lands who trade goods
merchants traders who buy and sell goods
exports items sent out to other regions
imports goods brought in from other regions
Created by: mrs.fehr