Nile River
Egyptian Achievements
Vocabulary
Pharaohs/Rulers
Religion

100

The Nile was called both a _______ and ________ of life.
What is a giver and a taker?

100

These were where mummies were housed.
What is the pyramids?

100

A line of rulers from the same family.
What is a dynasty?

100

The first female ruler
Who is Hatshepsut?

100

This is why a pharaoh is different from a king.
What is a pharaoh is seen as a god, a king is just seen as a ruler (but human).

200

The Nile River flows in this direction.
What is south to north?

200

The type of writing Egyptians used
What is hieroglyphics?

200

A time between kingdoms/dynasties
What is intermediate period?

200

This ruler united Egypt for the first time.
Who is King Narmer?

200

This person performed the mummification ceremony.
Who is a priest?

300

The Nile River divides Egypt into two parts. Name them.
What are Upper and Lower Egypt?

300

How the Egyptians tracked the flooding of the Nile river.
What is an accurate calendar based on the floods?

300

The paper Egyptians used to write on.
What is papyrus?

300

A ruler who was a puppet of the military and priests.
Who is King Tut?

300

The sun god
What is Ra or Amun or Amun-Ra?

400

The Nile River helped farmers in this way.
What is it left behind silt and provided fresh water?

400

This is what mummies were buried in.
What is a sarcophagus?

400

This word means around or about and is symbolized by a lowercase c.
What is circa?

400

Nicknamed "The Great"
Who is Ramses II?

400

The ceremony where a pharaoh would be able to go to the afterlife.
What is the weighing of the heart ceremony?

500

The Nile River hurt settlers in this way.
What is it flooded and could often destroy crops and buildings?

500

The best Social Studies teacher EVER (or at least in 7th grade...)
Who is Miss Thompson! :D

500

Egyptian ruler
What is a pharaoh?

500

Came to power after the death of his brother.
Who is Ahmose?

500

How mummies, pharaohs and pyramids are all related.
What is pharaohs were seen as gods and they had to be mummified and placed in a pyramid in order to honor the gods and go to the afterlife.