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Egyptian Geography & Resources
Gods and Goddesses
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1-100 The fertile soil that comes from the flooding river
1-100A What is silt?
1-200 The waterfalls/rapids that make navigation on the Nubian section of the Nile dangerous
1-200A What are cataracts?
1-300 Salt used to preserve dead bodies
1-300A What is natron?
1-400 Plant that grew in the Nile; used to make paper
1-400A What is papyrus?
1-500 Triangular shape of fertile soil deposited at the mouth of a river.
1-500A What is a delta?
God of the underworld; all pharaohs become me in the afterlife
2-100A Who is Osiris?
2-200 The god of the sky;all pharaohs become this god when they rule; has head of a falcon
2-200A Who is Horus?
2-300 Goddess who protects mothers & families; wife of Osiris
2-300A Who is Isis?
2-400 The jackal-headed god of mummification
2-400A Who is Anubis?
2-500 The Egyptian sun god
Who is Re (Ra) or Amen Re?
Famous because his tomb was found intact in 1922
3-100A Who is Tutankhamen?
3-200 First famous woman pharaoh; started reign when stepson was too young to rule
3-200A Who is Queen Hatshepsut?
3-300 First pharaoh of Egypt; united Upper & Lower Egypt
3-300A Who is King Menes?
3-400 Queen who brought power to Egypt through her connections to Romans; was almost successful in ruling the entire Roman empire
3-400A Who is Cleopatra?
3-500 Considered the greatest pharaoh; ordered more statues built of him than any other
3-500A Who is Ramses the Great or Ramses II?
The British archeologist who discovered King Tut’s tomb in 1922
4-100A Who is Howard Carter?
4-200 The person who cracked the code of hieroglyphics
4-200A Who is Jean François Champollion?
4-300 The title of a person who rules for someone who is too young
4-300A What is a regent?
4-400 A series of rulers from the same family
4-400A What is a dynasty?
4-500 Greek historian who called Egypt the gift of the Nile
4-500A Who is Herodotus?
Ancient Egyptian picture writing; means “sacred carving”
5-100A What is hieroglyphics ?
5-200 A beetle who helped “push the sun across the sky”
5-200A What is a scarab beetle?
5-300 A cross-like symbol that symbolized eternal life
5-300A What is the ankh symbol?
5-400 Magical hieroglyphs (symbols) used to protect and empower people
5-400A What are amulets?
5-500 An oval shaped amulet/ ID tags; Ptolemy & Cleopatra’s names were written in these on Rosetta Stone
5-500A What a cartouche?
Triangular shape of fertile soil at mouth of river
6-100A What is delta?
My head is a very famous statue. My name means “beautiful one has come”.00
6-200A Who is Nefertiti?
I am the pharaoh who believed in one god, Aton.
6-300A Who is Akhenaton?
The original capital of Egypt.
6-400A What is Memphis?
The Great Pyramids are found here.
Where is Giza?
Name the person who conquered the ancient Egyptians.
Let’s see your lists…
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