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Social Studies.  Word Bank: Papyrus, Pyramid, Silt, Pharaohs, Afterlife, Mummies, Empire, Hieroglyphics, Tomb, Invaded  A room or a grave where a dead.

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1 Social Studies

2  Word Bank: Papyrus, Pyramid, Silt, Pharaohs, Afterlife, Mummies, Empire, Hieroglyphics, Tomb, Invaded  A room or a grave where a dead person is placed.

3  Tomb

4  Word Bank: Papyrus, Pyramid, Silt, Pharaohs, Afterlife, Mummies, Empire, Hieroglyphics, Tomb, Invaded  Dead bodies that have been preserved with salts and chemicals so that they will last

5  mummies

6  Word Bank: Papyrus, Pyramid, Silt, Pharaohs, Afterlife, Mummies, Empire, Hieroglyphics, Tomb, Invaded  Rulers in ancient Egypt.

7  Pharaohs

8  Word Bank: Papyrus, Pyramid, Silt, Pharaohs, Afterlife, Mummies, Empire, Hieroglyphics, Tomb, Invaded  To attack a country or other place in order to gain control of it

9  invaded

10  Word Bank: Papyrus, Pyramid, Silt, Pharaohs, Afterlife, Mummies, Empire, Hieroglyphics, Tomb, Invaded  A rich soil and other materials that have been brought by the Nile River

11  silt

12  Word Bank: Papyrus, Pyramid, Silt, Pharaohs, Afterlife, Mummies, Empire, Hieroglyphics, Tomb, Invaded  Life after one’s death

13  Afterlife

14  Word Bank: Papyrus, Pyramid, Silt, Pharaohs, Afterlife, Mummies, Empire, Hieroglyphics, Tomb, Invaded  Pictures and symbols used as a form of writing

15  hieroglyphics

16  Word Bank: Papyrus, Pyramid, Silt, Pharaohs, Afterlife, Mummies, Empire, Hieroglyphics, Tomb, Invaded  A tall water plant found in Northern Africa and Southern Europe

17  papyrus

18  Word Bank: Papyrus, Pyramid, Silt, Pharaohs, Afterlife, Mummies, Empire, Hieroglyphics, Tomb, Invaded  Buildings that have four sides and are shaped like a triangle. The wealthy people of ancient Egypt were buried here.

19  Pyramids

20  Word Bank: Papyrus, Pyramid, Silt, Pharaohs, Afterlife, Mummies, Empire, Hieroglyphics, Tomb, Invaded  When one group of people rules over another

21  empire

22  Where is Egypt?

23  Africa

24  What happens to the Nile every Spring?

25  It floods

26  The Nile River flows across Egypt in what direction?

27  South to north (or bottom to top)

28  The Nile is considered the world’s largest what?

29  river

30  Where were the pharaohs buried?

31  pyramids

32  What was papyrus used for?

33  Paper mostly,  Sandals  baskets

34  What did Egyptians believe happened after they died?

35  An afterlife

36  About how long is the Nile River?

37  4,000 miles

38  What is an advancement from ancient civilizations?

39  Some invention or tool that made their lives better.  Example: The wheel, hieroglyphics, boats

40  What does silt do for the land around the Nile river?

41  Makes it fertile

42  What is an economy?

43  An economy has to do with money or trade.  How they got what they needed to survive.  What they spent for the things they wanted and needed.

44 Word Bank The Red Sea Mediterranean Sea Nile River Persian Gulf Sahara Desert Eastern Desert Nile Delta

45  Sahara Desert

46 Word Bank The Red Sea Mediterranean Sea Nile River Persian Gulf Sahara Desert Eastern Desert Nile Delta

47  Eastern Desert

48 Word Bank The Red Sea Mediterranean Sea Nile River Persian Gulf Sahara Desert Eastern Desert Nile Delta

49  Nile Delta

50 Word Bank The Red Sea Mediterranean Sea Nile River Persian Gulf Sahara Desert Eastern Desert Nile Delta

51  Mediterranean Sea

52 Word Bank The Red Sea Mediterranean Sea Nile River Persian Gulf Sahara Desert Eastern Desert Nile Delta

53  The Red Sea

54  What would have happened to Egypt if it wasn’t for the Nile River?

55  It would be JUST a desert.

56  How long did mummification preserve the bodies of the people for?  How many days did the process take?

57  Thousands of years  70 days

58  Who was one of the female rulers of ancient Egypt?

59  Hatshepsut

60  What material did ancient Egyptians use for clothes?

61  linen

62  What did the Egyptians use to dry out the body during the mummification process?

63  natron

64  What part of the internal organs was PUT BACK INSIDE the mummy?  And why?

65  The heart  They believed it was the center of all their body’s actions

66  What were the internal organs put into from the mummy?

67  Canopic jars

68  Why was King Tut remembered?

69  None of his treasures were stolen

70  Flat grasslands, found in the south of Egypt are called….

71

72  What is the name of the greatest Pharaoh of the New Kingdom?

73

74  Who was believed to be the son of the sun god, Re?

75

76  What type of crops were common in Egypt?

77

78  Who was the main Egyptian God?

79

80  What was an Egyptian invention to prevent the pharaoh or wealthy people from decomposing?

81  embalming

82  Woman pharaoh who wanted to improve the Egyptian economy

83  Hatshepsut

84  Name 3 reasons the Nile River was important to the Egyptians.

85  Trade  Transportation  Irrigation  Drinking water  Papyrus  Protection


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