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egypt-marialy

egypt

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what are cataract? cataracts are a group of rocky rapids
what was delta? delta was a area of sediment soil or minerals
what called the people profretional at paiting artisan
what is a pharaoh? a pharaoh is a king
what are dynaties? dynasties is a ruling family normally ,control passed between members of a dynaties
what was a mummy? a mummy was king/queen body dead that egyptians cleaned bathed with chemicals to perserve then wrapped in cloth.
what was hieroglyphic? hieroglific was a draw/symbol writting.
what was papyrus? it was a type paper that the people used for writting but the bad thing is once it pases a sertain time it rips easyly
what is a pyramid? it is a triangule stractures
what were scultures? sculture are were/are pieces of art
what is anatonomy? its a study of the structure of the body and its organs.
how was commerce important? it was important because if their weren`t no commerce the people could not import their goods to their lands
what was ivory ? ivory was a hard white material made from these tusks
what was interdependence interdependence was the liberty of the people
what was meroitic script? meroitic script was one of the first halphabet we had
what was ebony ? ebony was a a black wood from west africa and elephent tusks valued as asource of ivory from east and central america
Created by: gonzalezmarialy