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Egypt Part 2

sphinx statue with a human head and lion’s body
Rosetta stone artifact that helped us read hieroglyphics
Hatshepsut first female pharaoh of Egypt
Valley of the Kings a great burial ground for the Pharaohs once they no longer built pyramids
Tut young pharaoh of Egypt whose tomb was found with many artifacts
canal man-made waterway for irrigation
silt black fertile sediment left behind after the flooding of rivers
ankh Egyptian symbol of eternal life
Menes considered the first pharaoh of Egypt because he united all of Egypt into one kingdom.
Nile river in Africa the Egyptians settled
dynasty a series of rulers within a family where leadership is passed down.
hieroglyphics system of picture writing used by the ancient Egyptians
Created by: cindylorish