Flashcards in 3.2 Life in Egypt Deck (14):
A city in Egypt where the Great Pyramid is located.
A village built for workers at the Valley of the Kings in Egypt.
3015 B.C. Ledendary ancient Egyptian king who credited with uniting Lower and Upper Egypt.
300 B.C. Egyptian priest and adviser who began keeping records of the ancient Egyptian kings.
2600 B.C. Egyptian pharaoh for whom the Great Pyramid at Giza was built.
1498 B.C.-1483 B.C. Queen of ancient Egypt who proclaimed herself pharaoh and ruled during the New Kingdom.
Egyptian ruler who changed his name from Amenhotep IV and called for the worship of one god.
To unite, combine, or bring together.
In ancient Egypt, a god-king.
A form of writing based on pictures.
A large stone building to serve as a house for the dead.
A preserved dead body.
The way people use and manage resources.