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Ancient Egypt PBL
Transcript of Ancient Egypt PBL
15. What was a “dynasty?” 4. A pyramid is a type of:
D library 7. Ancient Egyptians believed the pharaoh was a:
D superstar 8. How many gods did the Egyptians worship?
A one B ten
C fifty D hundreds 2. Which river runs through Egypt?
D Nile 1. Where on this map is Egypt located?
13. What does “mummification” mean? 12. This is a:
D granny 10. What was this mask used for?
A protection from the sun
C death mask
D theatre prop 11. What would be kept in these jars?
B body parts
D money 9. Ancient Egyptian writing is called:
D hieroglyphics 6. Could a woman be a pharaoh?
A Yes B No 5. The most famous treasures were found in which Pharoah’s tomb?
D Cleopatra 3. What is the capital city of Egypt today?
D Memphis (Egypt) 16. What was a "pharaoh?" When the heck did this all happen?! OO OLD KINGDOM:
2609-2152 BCE MIDDLE KINGDOM:
2040-1640 BCE NEW KINGDOM:
1550-1070 BCE CAIRO EGYPT NOW EGYPT THEN Nile River The Kingdoms! OLD KINGDOM:
2609-2152 BCE CULTURE BLAST!!!! PHARAOHS Menes Khufu Afterlife Social Classes Transition Period Middle Kingdom
2040-1640 BCE Suez Canal CULTRE BLAST!!!! Hieroglyphics Daily Life New Kingdom
1550-1070 BCE Hatshepsut King Tut Ramses II Accomplishments Decline in Power One of the greatest empires ever Old Kingdom Middle Kingdom New Kingdom QUESTIONS? Sources Content Sources:
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Baines, John, et al. Religion in Ancient Egypt: Gods, Myths, and Personal Practice. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991. Online Book.
Butler, Chris. FC11B: Egypt's New Kingdom and Final Decline (1778-525 BCE). 2007. Web Site. 24 October 2012.
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Jones, Emily. The Egyptology Handbook . Massachusetts: Candlewick Press, 2005. Book.
KingTutOne.com. Hatshepsut The Female Pharaoh. 2001-2005. Web Site. 24 October 2012.
—. King Tut The Boy Pharaoh. 2001-2005. Web Site. 24 October 2012.
—. Menes the 1st Pharaoh. 2001-2005. Web Site. 24 October 2012.
—. Ramses II: Ramses The Great. 2001-2005. Web Site. 24 October 2012.
the Pharaoh. 2001-2005. Web Site. 24 October 2012.
—. The Pharaoh Khufu. 2001-2005. Web Site. 24 October 2012.
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