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Art History, Ch 3 - Egypt Under the Pharaohs

"Gardner's Art Through the Ages" Thirteenth Edition. Backpack Edition. "Antiquity". Chapter 3 - Egypt Under the Pharaohs. (pg 39 - 65).
Nile River
The ________ was the backbone of Egypt.
________ was the first great female monarch whose name was recorded.
________ was the royal builder for King Djoser of the Third Dynasty.
the king's strength
The great bull from the "Palette of Narmer" seen knocking down the fortress walls of a rebellious city represents which of the following?
The journey down the river of life and death was symbolized by ________.
"Palette of Narmer"
The earliest labeled historical art is which of the following?
Egypt became a province of ________ after 30 BCE.
________ was the son of Osiris and hunted down his father's murderer, Seth.
rock-cut tombs
What replaced the Old Kingdom mastabas in the Middle Kingdom?
blocks of stone
What imperishable material symbolized timelessness for Ancient Egypt?
________ abandoned the worship of most of the Egyptian gods in favor of Aton.
The pyramid of ________ is the oldest and largest.
"Palette of Narmer"
This artwork represents the ancient Egyptian belief of the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt.
The Stepped Pyramid of Djoser began as a ________.
________ was the god of order and brought civilization to Egypt.
sun disk
The god of Akhenaton was represented neither in human nor animal form but as a ________.
Lower Egypt
The papyrus plant stands for the land of ________.
The________, or shepherd kings, came from the Syrian and Mesopotamian uplands.
The chancellor, architect-engineer, and possible lover of Hatshepsut was ________.
Jubilee Festival
The event which reaffirmed the royal existence in the hereafter was the ________.