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embalming the process of treating a body to prevent it from decaying
king tut son of Akhenaton
savannah a flat grassland, sometimes with scattered trees, in a tropical or subtropical regions.
hieroglyphics a writing system made of pictures and sound symbols.
kushites a strong kingdom that took egypt and held for 60 years.
theocracy a goverment of religious faith, practice and experience.
hatsheput women ruler of egypt.
dynasty a line of rulers from one family.
bureaucrat a goverment of official
amenhotep IV was a religious ruler
imhotep served as an official for the pharaoh
envoys a goverment represutitive to another country
nubians created kerma
who taught who how to make iron assyrians
ramses II gained teritory to egypt.
narmer king of upper egypt who brang lower and egypt together
cateracts fast moving waters
old kingdom cities built + traded increased
middle kingdom conqured new territoys, arts flourished
new kingdom nubians began and rise of kerma started