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Egypt Vocab Quiz

hierarchical scale when someone is bigger then everyone else to show importance
glaze bricks ( a layer of coating of a vitreous substance which has been fired to fuse to aceramic object to color, decorate or water proof it.
votive offering an offering in fulfillment of a religious vow, as of one's person or property.
apadana audience hall
lapis lazuli . A bright blue metamorphic rock consisting largely of lazurite.
ziggurat "mountain" a monumental platform for a temple
lamassu winged, five-legged bulls with human head
deified turn into a god
inlaid Ornament (an object) by embedding pieces of a different material in it, flush with its surface
surrogate the art is a replacement/representation of a person
stele a carved stone to mark graves or to commemorate historical event
cuneiform characters written languages
Persepolis arches, a town dessert
Assyrian palace relief I DONT KNOW!
cylinder seal like a block with a picture on it
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