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B/Egypt vocabulary

6th Grade Egyptian/History

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A fertile spot in a desert where water is found. Oasis
An area of low, flat land shaped like a triangle, where a river splits and spreads out into several branches before entering the sea. Delta
Title given to the kings of Egypt. Pharaoh
A member of a higher class, having rank or title. Noble
A series of rulers from the same family or group. Dynasty
The process of making a dead body into a mummy, as by embalming and drying removing organs. Mummification
A large vault, typically an underground one, for burying the dead. Tomb
An existence after death. Afterlife
A stone coffin, typically adorned with a sculpture or inscription, associated with the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Rome, and Greece. Sarcophagus
A material prepared in ancient Egypt from water plants, used throughout the ancient Mediterranean world for writing, painting on, and also for making rope. Papyrus
What God was considered the most important and the source of life? RA
Egyptians believed this organ was how people were able to think and use reason, so it was left inside the body during mummification. Heart
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