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3000, status, importance
Conservative and unchanging for ________ years, Egyptian Art often stressed the _________ and ___________ of the King or Pharaoh.
The Great Pyramids
Some of the fascinating and compelling features and examples of Egyptian art and architecture reflect the amazing effort of construction of __________________________.
Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greek, Roman Empire
The Mediterranean Sea gives rise to the Great Ancient Civilizations:
deserts, waterfalls, delta
Geography protects Egypt from invasion, _______________ to the east and west, ________________ to the south, _____________ to the north.
The nile _________nurtures the growth of settlements.
The Nile connects the settlements to create an ________________________.
Ancient Egyptians embraced a philosophy of _______________.
Good and evil
The universe is a balance between the forces of ____________ and ___________.
King or Pharaoh
The Egyptians believed the balance of good and evil was maintained by ensuring a successful afterlife for their _________ or ____________.
The Ancient Egyptians believed in many _____________.
Egyptians usually portrayed their Gods as part __________ part ___________.
Egypt is one of the first civilizations to develop a ___________ ___________.
Language that the Egyptians developed where symbols represent sounds, things, and concepts.
Hieroglyphs provided a way for Ancient Egyptians to keep ____________ of their growing civilization.
Hieroglyphs tell the _____________ of a Pharaoh's life and accomplishments on the walls of their tombs.
Egyptians developed ________________ using the papyrus plant found along the banks of the Nile.
The first monumental stone structure ever built was a tomb for the Pharaoh _____________.
6, 1 1/2
Pharaoh Djoser's tomb was part of a large complex that was ___________ miles long and _________miles wide and was built 4600 years ago.
Pyramids of Giza
These tombs were built after Djoser and were larger tombs to house mummies. The largest pyramid has over 2,300,000 blocks weighing an average of 2 1/2 tons and is the largest structure in the world.
Valley of the Kings and Queens
These tombs were built to hide the Pharaohs' tombs from grave robbers. They were carved out of the rock cliffs and valley floors.
Tombs, life, journey
The walls of the ________ were covered with paintings of scenes from __________, with prayers for their _____________.
_____________ ___________ discovered the tomb of King Tutanhkamen on November 26, 1922.
to live a long life
great in importance or size
Believing in many Gods
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