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Egypt ch.4 L2

Ancient Egypt

The joining of separate parts into one. unification
A word that means "great palace" and was later given to all the rulers of Egypt. pharaoh
The way people manage money and resources for the production of goods and services in their country. economy
About 800 picture-signs or symbols that made up the ancient Egyptian writing system. hieroglyphics
The highly respected, male writers in ancient Egypt who kept records and wrote letters. scribes
A reed plant that grows along the Nile and was used to make paper. papyrus
Wore a double crown to show that he unified Upper and Lower Egypt. Menes
Ordered the construction of the Great Pyramid. Khufu
Egypt's Old Kingdom capitol city located between Upper and Lower Egypt. Memphis
Egypt's Middle Kingdom capitol city located in southern Egypt. Thebes
The Egyptian sun god. Ra
The next world that Egyptians believed they would go to after they died. afterlife
Preserving dead bodies for the afterlife. mummification
A rock containing a passage written in three languages that was used to figure out the code of hieroglyphics. Rosetta Stone
Created by: hzenns