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100 200 400 300 400 Tut to the Tut, Tut, Tut All in the Family Who am I?What am I? 300 200 400 200 100 500 100
Row 1, Col 1 Discovered King Tut’s tomb Who is Howard Carter?
1,2 The woman pharaoh who was regent for her stepson Who was Hatshepsut?
1,3 The largest pyramid at Giza was built for Who is Khufu?
1,4 The Red Sea and Mediterranean Sea are connected by What is the Suez Canal?
2,1 Tut’s real name What is Tutankanum?
2,2 Hatshepsut regent for Who was Thutmose III?
2,3 Designer for the Step Pyramid Who is Imhotep?
2,4 Built to control the Nile River What is the Aswan Dam?
3,1 Financed Howard Carter’s dig Who is Lord Carnarvon?
3,2 Hatshepsut's temple & sarcophagus were found here Where is the Valley of the King?
3,3 The Step Pyramid was built for him Who was Zoser?
3,4 Gold can be found here Where is Nubia?
4,1 The tomb of Tutankantum is found here Where is the Valley of the Kings?
4,2 Trading pharaoh Who is Hapshetsut?
4,3 The odd pharaoh who was King Tut’s father, had a weird shape, wrote love poetry & married to Nefertiti Who was Akhenaton?
4,4 The ancient Egyptians wrote down spells that would help them get into their afterlife What is the Book of the Dead?
5,1 The reason why the discovery of Tutankantum’s tomb was so valuable What is the only tomb ever found with belongings in it?
5,2 Warrior pharaoh What kind of pharaoh was Thutmose III?
5,3 Pharaoh whose ancestors were from Greece Who is Cleopatra?
5,4 The reason why wood was so valuable… they made these What are boats?
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