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Dec 26, 2015

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  • Ancient Egypt Review Click here to enter the game
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  • 100 200 300 400 500 Pictures GeographyReligionWriting PharaohsThe Afterlife
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  • 100 Back to Game Board An important tool used along the Nile River used to predict the level of the flood
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  • 100 Back to Game Board Youre in denial if you think that Egypt could exist without this important geographic feature.
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  • 100 Back to Game Board Mr. Tsipras could tell you that this term means a religion with many gods.
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  • 100 Back to Game Board You might need to be a great artist to have good penmanship in this form of Egyptian writing.
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  • 100 Back to Game Board This is what Egyptians do to each other to ensure a safe trip to the afterlife. While there you might run into your mommy.
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  • 100 Back to Game Board This was the most recent of the ancient Egyptian Kingdoms.
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  • 200 Back to Game Board This grows along the banks of the Nile River and helps provides Egyptians with important tools.
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  • 200 Back to Game Board This is the name given to northern Egypt.
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  • 200 Back to Game Board This is the chief god of the underworld.
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  • 200 Back to Game Board French troops discovered this in 1799, which eventually blossomed into the key that unlocked the mystery of hieroglyphics.
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  • 200 Back to Game Board This is a key component of mummification where priests remove the vital organs and cover the body with salt in order to preserve the body of the dead.
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  • 200 Back to Game Board This was known as the pyramid building kingdom.
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  • 300 Back to Game Board These Egyptians are using this tool to move water from a lower level to a higher level.
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  • 300 Back to Game Board This is the fan shaped mouth of a river.
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  • 300 Back to Game Board This god helps crops grow due to its warm rays. Each night this god is swallowed by the goddess Nut and reborn again in the morning.
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  • 300 Back to Game Board Scholars were able to translate the Rosetta Stone because the 3 rd script (at the bottom) was written in this language still understood today.
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  • 300 Back to Game Board This was the only organ left inside the body because it was considered to be the essence of the individual.
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  • 300 Back to Game Board This pharaoh is credited for building the Great Pyramid at Giza.
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  • 400 Back to Game Board This ancient Egyptian monument pictured here
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  • 400 Back to Game Board This is the name given to the annual flood of the Nile River
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  • 400 Back to Game Board This god helps Osiris by preparing the dead for the afterlife.
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  • 400 Back to Game Board An Egyptian Boat made out of this.
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  • 400 Back to Game Board Embalmers used this tool to remove the brain of the dead through the nose.
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  • 400 Back to Game Board This pharaoh was buried in the Valley of Kings. His tomb was virtually untouched until Howard Carter entered in 1922.
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  • 500 Back to Game Board Not a coffin but a
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  • 500 Back to Game Board This main physical feature protected ancient Egypt from foreign invaders.
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  • 500 Back to Game Board This god has the head of an animal with curved nose. He was the brother of Osiris, Isis and Nephthys (also his wife.) He killed his brother Osiris in a jealous rage.
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  • 500 Back to Game Board The Rosetta Stone contained 3 different writing systems including: Hieroglyphics, Ancient Greek and __________.
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  • 500 Back to Game Board This special kind of NaCl anoints the body in order to preserve it during the embalming process.
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  • 500 Back to Game Board Also buried in the Valley of Kings, this pharaoh appears in the Old Testament of the Bible, in which Moses told him to, Let my people go!
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