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Who da man? Pharaoh da man!
Rameses II Ruled 1304 – 1237 B.C. 25 yrs old Moses’ nemesis in Old Testament
How Great was he? At Abu Simbel, built temples and 67 ft. tall statues of himself –13 yrs to complete 1,000 children over 92 years –Royal house symbolic of fertility of Egypt –Outlawed 12 sons
Menes… he’s Menes… 3,100 B.C. – united Upper and Lower Egypt Set capital at Memphis where kingdoms met
No way… a woman pharaoh!?! 1500 B.C. – Queen Hatshepsut takes throne 1 st great female ruler in history Wore men’s clothes, wore a beard, called “his majesty”
He’s… different… isn’t he? Akhenaten II (r – 1336) Husband of Nefertiti Began reign as Amenhotep IV
Religious Revolution? Elevated Aten (minor god of sun) to dominance over all other gods Declared monotheism
Quite different… Drawings of Akhenaten and family showed intimacy –No other pharaoh showed this Changed image to more neutral look
King Tut… doo-doo-doo Took throne at age 9 after marrying Akhenaten’s daughter Died at age 18 from blow to head Still in Valley of the Kings
The Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt were the supreme leaders of the land. They were like kings or emperors. They ruled both upper and lower Egypt and were.
Hatshepsut, Akhenaton, Ramesses AIM: What made Egypt’s Great Pharoahs Great? Do Now: Make a list of characteristics of great leaders.
3,400-year-old statue of Pharaoh Amenhotep III. Successfully united Upper and Lower Egypt First pharaoh of a united Egypt According to texts, he inherited.
Pharaohs and Kings of Ancient Egypt. King Menes l Was King of Upper Egypt l United Upper and Lower Egypt l He is known for combining the two crowns l.
Egyptian art and architecture. Pottery jar from Hierakonpolis 3500—3400 BCE.
Pharaohs and Kings of Ancient Egypt. Egypt: Then vs. Now.
United Upper and Lower Egypt; the first pharaoh Built the first pyramid at Saqqara.
Djoser, Menes, Khafra, Amenhotep IV, Hatshepsut, Thutmose III, Akhenaton, Tutankhamen, Cleopatra VII Famous Pharaohs.
Egyptian Pharaohs Egypt 3000 B.C.E. – 30 B.C.E.. Pharaoh The Rulers who controlled Egypt from the Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, to the New Kingdom.
Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs. Introduction Pharaohs - ancient Egyptians rulers; they believed they were gods Old Kingdom B.C.E – 2200 B.C.E – Strong.
Egyptian Pharaohs Ancient Egyptian pharaohs were considered to be both divine deities as well as mortal rulers. Throughout the 30+ dynasties in ancient.
Land of the Pharaohs Rulers of Ancient Egypt. Pharaohs Pharaohs were the kings of Egypt Pharaoh was believed by the Egyptians to be the supreme ruler.
Ancient Egypt Dynasties & Pharaohs 1. The whole civilization of Ancient Egypt lasted from about 3100 B.C. to about 525 B.C. or just over 2500 years. If.
The Kingdoms of Egypt 2 distinct cultures form along Nile –Lower Egypt: North – Closer to Mediterranean Sea –Upper Egypt: South United by Menes: King.
Ancient Egypt Dynasties & Pharaohs. The whole civilization of Ancient Egypt lasted from about 3100 B.C. to about 525 B.C. or just over 2500 years. If.
Talking Heads King Menes ( B.C.) 1 st Pharaoh of Egypt United Upper & Lower Egypt Developed city of Memphis Died age 63 Death Mystery – wild dogs.
Egyptian Pharohs By Mahek. Hatshepsut Grandfather Ahmose 1 defeated Hycose, who occupied Low Egypt during the 2nd intermediate period. She decended from.
AIM: What was life like in Ancient Egypt? Do Now: Worksheet.
Ramses II vs. Tutankhamen Tutankhamen Reign Ruled the 18 th Dynasty of Ancient Egypt 1332 B.C B.C. (Roughly 9-10 Years) Ruled during the New Kingdom.
The New Kingdom The New Kingdom begins with the Eighteenth Dynasty Some of the most famous pharaohs in Egyptian history ruled in the New Kingdom
New Kingdom Egypt Akhenaten, Nefertiti, and the Amarna Period Pylon Temples.
EGYPT: MILITARY. EGYPT: NEW KINGDOMS ✕ New Kingdom (1600 B.C. – 945 B.C.) Egyptians overcome their Hyksos rulers in 1600 B.C. and establish.
CHAPTER 3 SECTION 1 THE KINGDOM OF EGYPT. KEY TERMS Delta Cataracts Menes Pharaoh Theocracy Bureaucracy Hatshepsut Ramses the Great.
The Pyramid Builders Chapter 5 – Lesson 3. The Old Kingdom The First Dynasty Began about 2925 B.C. Dynasty = line of rulers from the same family
Pharaohs of Egypt. Pharaohs Pharaohs were the kings of Egypt. The word “Pharaoh” was used by the Greeks and Hebrews. The title “Pharaoh” originated.
Ancient Egypt. Setting 12,000 BCE settlements form along the Nile Different than today- much more “swampy” The two Nile Rivers White Nile-headwaters.
+ Queens of Egypt. + "Behind every great man is a great woman." Do you agree with this statement? Why or why not? Can you think of some historical or.
The Kingdom of the Nile Egypt, like Mesopotamia, was a river valley civilization The Nile River was of central importance to the development of Egyptian.
THE WORLD’S FIRST REBEL!. Amun At the height of Egyptian civilization he was called the 'King of the Gods'.
Ch.4 Ancient Egypt and Kush Vocabulary. Section 1.
THE KINGDOM OF EGYPT NILE. MAP OF EGYPT I. THE GIFT OF THE NILE Nile = “highway” for travel A. The Annual Flood The Nile begins south of Egypt in the.
Key People Ancient Egypt. Menes 3000 BCE, founder of the first dynasty BCE, founder of the first dynasty. Founder of Egyptian State, as he unified.
Ancient Egypt Overview January 21st, Unification of Ancient Egypt Lower Egypt was in the north (lower elevation) with its capital at Memphis (Nile.
EGYPTIAN ART PAINTING AND SCULPTURE. EGYPTIAN ART Every example of Egyptian art from any time period strictly adheres to the same style. – There is a.
EGYPTIAN KINGDOMS Global Studies: Adamiak. Egyptian Kingdoms In 3200 B.C. Menes, king of upper Egypt, united the kingdoms of Egypt to form a dynasty.
Lesson 4- The New Kingdom B.C. Queen Hatshepsut First woman to rule as pharaoh Wore a false beard Large trading expedition to Punt Brought back.
Today’s Agenda!! Title: Hatshepsut and Ramses II Quiz Who were some important Pharaohs?? ◦ Hatshepsut ◦ Ramses II Persuasive Reflection Video: Egypt.
Pharaohs BY PHOEBE ROSE. Who were the Pharaohs? Pharaohs were the king or Queen of Egypt. Most pharaohs were men but some well-known pharaohs, such.
Queen Hatshepsut and King Ramses. Queen Hatshepsut Ruled from B.C. Married to Thutmose II After her husband died, Hatshepsut dressed like a.
King Tut Boy King. Family Tree Father: Akhenaten (aka Amenhotep IV) Mother: Kiya? (Minor wife of Akhenaten) “Stepmother”: Nefertiti Wife: Ankhesenamun.
Art, Religion and Akhenaten Tyrant or Visionary? Continuity and Change Historical Perspectives.
TCAP Practice Questions… Remember the white board rules..
Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt.
The Egyptian Empire. Recall that the Egyptian dynasties were divided into the Old Kingdom, the Middle Kingdom, and the New Kingdom. The Old Kingdom, lasted.
Part 3 - Exploring with Mr. Williams. Menes (review) Menes (review) Khufu Khufu Ramses II (a.k.a. Ramses the Great) Ramses II (a.k.a. Ramses the Great)
Today’s Directions Have out your timeline worksheet from yesterday (the one with the pharaohs on the backside) Label the table of contents: Menes.
Art of Ancient Egypt. Votive Palette of King Narmer Unified Upper and Lower Egypt Enlarged, ceremonial version of a palette used for grinding eye shadow.
By Elliot Dederich. Begins in the heart of Africa and courses northward for more than 4,000 miles. It’s the longest river in the world.
The Nile Valley Chapter 2:id The New Kingdom B.C. “The Land of the Pharaohs.”
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