Flashcards in Egypt Quiz Deck (12)
The textbook refers to Egyptian civilization as "a more cohesive___" than those that developed in Mesopotamia.
Herodotus referred to Egypt as the gift of the ___
Michael Wood observes that in contrast to Mesopotamian civilizations, the predictable floods of the Nile River made Egyptians and ___ people.
The "great house" that and Egyptian king was buried in became known as a ___
The Egyptians were polytheistic, which mean they worshiped many
The book that preserved Egyptian's ideas about death and the afterlife is the Book of the ___
Egyptians invented a style of ___ with character call hieroglyphs.
One of the themes of Egyptian civilization is an emphasis on a cult of the ___
M. Stanton Evans argues that the style of government found in Egyptian civilization was a ___ because the king (pharaoh) was believed to have gotten his/ her power to rule from the God or gods.
Archaeological research is now being used to contend that ___ built the pyramids themselves - instead of a lost civilization.
Archaeological research has revealed that the workers who built the pyramids lived together in a village of around 25,000 people, suggesting that the Egyptians had created the world's first ___ city.