to symbols of ancient egyptian rulers
crook and flail
the way pharohs were religously regarded.
power of egyptian rulers
pharoh owned all land
early famous female pharoh
crop used to make linen
crop used to make courdoroy, flannel and denim
fiber or cloth made by weaving or knitting
coniferous evergreen softwood used on the flag of lebonan
group of traders traveling together for safety usually with a train of camels
three building stones used in ancient egypt
sandstone, limestone and granite
name of the US economic system
who owns land in capitalism
hereditary upper class below royalty
rule by the hereditary upper class below royalty
movement of people from one social class to another
ease of social movement in ancient egypt
ease of social movement in the US
to bring in goods from another region
to send goods to another nation for sale
language of egypt today
language sub family of arabic
language family of arabic
language family of english
language sub family of english
main source of free labor for building the pyramids
on what they wrote
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