discovered King Tut's Tomb
died at18 and ruled at 9, tomb found intact
the longest river in the world; the Ancient Egyptians depended upon it for survival
The southern region of ancient Egypt, named so because it was located upriver with the Nile's flow.
The northern region of ancient Egypt, named so because it was located downriver with the Nile's flow.
The most fertile area of land in Egypt located end of the Nile River where it empties into the Mediterranean Sea
How was Ancient Egypt protected?
an ancient Egyptian district
king of upper Egypt united the two kingdoms of upper and lower Egypt
a series of rulers from the same family
(2575 BCE - 2134 BCE) Period in ancient Egyptian history characterized by the building of the Great Pyramids at Giza.
Ancient Egyptian kings
huge stone structure built by the ancient Egyptians to serve as a tomb
no more pyramids, pharaoh had less power, & they traded with outside countries
a group of nomadic invaders from southwest Asia who ruled Egypt from 1640 to 1570 B.C.
the period during which Egypt reached the height of its power and glory
female pharaoh who expanded Egypt through trade
Hatshepsut's stepson; he brought Egypt to the heigth of its power
king of Egypt between 1304 and 1237 BC who built many monuments
the Egyptian concept of truth, justice, and cosmic order, represented by a goddess, often portrayed with a feather upon her head
The book of the Dead
the book that contained all necessary information that the Egyptians needed to prepare for the after life.
Formerly named Amenhotep, he was a pharaoh who changed Egyptian religion to revolve around the sun god, and moved the capital.