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6th Grade Egypt Study Aid

Why is Egypt called the "gift of the Nile"? transportation, trade, irrigation, fertile soil, food, drinking water
Landscape of Upper Egypt stone cliffs and desert sands
Landscape of Lower Egypt fertile delta
How has the Rosetta Stone helped historians? It helped decode hieroglyphics
Silt Layer of rich fertile soil left by the river
Hieroglyphics Egyptian system of writing
Hatshepsut first female pharaoh
Khufu Pharaoh who built the Great Pyramid
One of the highest jobs in Egyptian society priest
Astronomy helped develop calendar
Describe Egyptian religion polytheistic
During the Middle ages Egypt was invaded by the... Hyksos
Embalming preparing the body for the afterlife
fertile good for growing crops
Goods from Nubia exotic animals, gold, ivory, incense
Scribes people who kept written records
Egypt granted fairly equal rights to ... women
Akhenton promoted worship of one god
Why is the southern part of the Nile called the Upper Nile? river begins in the south and ends in the north
barter trading for goods
dynasty line of rulers from the same family
Hatshepsut made Egypt richer through... trade
Created by: Keree Bowles