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cataract dangerous, fast moving waters
delta fan shaped area of fertile mashland
shadoof a bucket attached to a long pole used to transport river water to storage bins
papyrus a reed plant that grew wild along the Nile river
hieroglyphics a writing system made up of a combination of pictures and sound symbols
dynasty a line of rulers from one family
theocracy government by religious leaders
pharoh ruler of ancient egypt
bureaucrat a goverment offical
embalming the pocess of treating a body to keep it from decaying
pyramids great stone tomb built for an pharaoh
incense a material that produces a pleasant smell when burned
envoy a government representative to another country
savanna a flat grassland, sometimes with scattered trees, in a tropical or sub tropical region
textiles woven cloth
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