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Row 1, Col 1 What is an island? A body of land completely surrounded by water
1,2 What is a dynasty? A line of rulers who belong to the same family
1,3 What is statistics? A re facts or information represented by numbers.
1,4 What is Pyramids? Ancient burial tombs of Egyptian pharaohs.
2,1 What is a gulf? Part of an ocean that extends into land.
2,2 What is an aristocracy? T he class of a society made up of members of noble families, usually the most powerful group.
2,3 What is a tariff? A tax on goods and services
2,4 What is the Nile River? L ocated in Egypt, this river flows from south to north.
3,1 What is a reservoir? A natural or artificial lake used to store water
3,2 What is a monarchy? Government rule by a king or queen
3,3 What is a surplus? A extra supply of a product
3,4 Who was King Tutankhamun? The ancient Egyptian boy king whose rule showed great wealth of the New Kingdom
4,1 What is an isthmus? A narrow strip of land that connects two larger bodies of land
4,2 What is a republic? A form of government where citizens elect representatives to speak or act for them
4,3 What is a division of labor? A way of dividing the work a society does into a variety of tasks to be performed by different individuals
4,4 What is the Rosetta Stone? An artifact that unlocked the mystery of Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic writing
5,1 What is a fjord? A deep narrow inlet of an ocean between high steep cliffs.
5,2 What is an oligarchy? A type of government where a small group of citizens control decision making.
5,3 What is the Gross National Product (GNP) or Gross Domestic Product (GDP). ? The total value of goods or services produced by a country during a year
5,4 Who are the Ancient Egyptians? Began the field of astronomy by identifying five of the solar systems planets.
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Landforms Review & Practice
By lina and mia. Tutankhamun was Lucky because the grave robbers didn’t find his tomb. geographic.com/vid eo/places/countries.
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Ancient Egypt “The Gift of the Nile”.
Ancient Egypt. Papyrus A reed that grows along the banks of the Nile River in Egypt. From it was produced a coarse, paper-like writing medium. Used by.
By Pedro Pinho. Egypt is a big country in Africa. Egypt was called the “Gift of Nile” by ancient historians.
Chapter 2- Ancient Egypt
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