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Ancient Egypt

A place for people to learn about Ancient Egypt

What famous architectural monuments did the Egyptians build? The pyramids
How long did Ancient Egypt last? From 3000-332 B.C.E
How was the Nile useful? When it flooded, it brought nutrients to the Egyptians
What made for easy farming in Ancient Egypt? Rich soil
What else was the Nile used for? Transportation and irrigation systems
What was the Ancient Egyptian belief that life went on after death? The afterlife
The pharaohs of Ancient Egypt were so powerful, they were considered what? Gods
The pyramids, which we talked about earlier, were built for whom? Kings when they died
When it wasn't farming season, who was tasked with building these pyramids? Commoners/Slaves
Who was considered the ultimate ruler of Egyptian gods? Ra
Why did people want to please the pharaoh? Because they thought he was a god
What animals were considered to have divine power? Cats
There were 2 systems of writing in Ancient Egypt. What were they? Hieroglyphics and Demotic Script
What god mixed with Ra to become Amen-Ra? Amen
Which pharaoh from the New Kingdom was able to expand through trade and not military? Hatshepsut
Who tried to introduce Monotheism to Ancient Egypt by worshiping Aten Akhenaten
King Tutenkhamen, Akhenaten's son, died at 17. Why? Infected broken leg/Malaria
Created by: lrswe



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