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Egypt is considered the "gift of the Nile" b/c w/o the Nile agriculture would be almost impossibletrue
During each of the kingdoms the pharaohs reigne as supreme and held a divine position, that of god-kingtrue
The Rosetta Stone contained two forms of heiroglyphics, one understood by the ppl and the other was primarily written and understood by the prieststrue
The old kingdoms was followed by a period of anarchy caused in part by the nomarchs trying to take controltrue
the pharaoh may have been the leader in ancient Egypt, but the priest held much powertrue
Basalt was the primary stone used for the four-sided pyramids of the Old Kingdomfalse
The step pyramid wis bsed on the concept of the mastabe but taken to greate heightstrue
the most famour temple at Giza was dedicated to Amenhotep IVfalse
Egypt was part of the Fertile Crescentfalse
Cuneiform and hieroglyphics were similar and hence the symbols were interchangablefalse
Memphis was the capital of Egypt from the time of Menes through the time of Cleopatrafalse
A Pharoah expecially for official occasions appeared with the helmet and false beardtrue
The new kingdom witnessed a realism in art for a brief period in timetrue
Hieroglypics was a written language understood by all the Egyptian pplfalse
th french efforts at deciphering heiroglyphics was made possible due to the discovery of the Rosetta Stonetrue
Imhotep was the only female to ever rule as pharaohfalse
the BOOK OF THE DEAD listed all the deceased in chronological orderfalse
Papyrus was treasured b/c it was from a rare plant which was foudn along the banks of th eTigris and Euphrates Riversfalse
Mummification was a lengthy process which was performed primarily by the prieststrue
Emmer, barley, and grapes were three crops grown in Egypttrue
The hieroglyph represents "water" and the sound of "n" it is what type of hieroglyphpictogram and phonogram
Mummification was a 70 day process performed in the New Kingdom forall ppl
the Egpytians like other early river walley civiliaztions had a plethora of deities. Which of the following is not true for the Egyptian religion---always polytheistic, way of explaining unexpainable, gods were added when needed, experienced brief period of monotheismpolytheistic throughout history
why was a statue or paining of the person necessary in the tombto insure recognition by the ka
which of the following is probably a reason for the preist setting rules for art workwanted future civilizations to see them as stable and art was closely associated w/ religion
During the reign of this pharoah trade flourished and Egypt was beautifiedHatshepsut
This pharoah is remembered not for much other than being one of the first to buried above ground in a pyramid at Gizacheops
This indiv. was sculpted to appear natural and real, a classic beautyNefertiti
he was buried in a pyramid, but can be seen, slightly marred overlooking the pyramids at Gizachephren
Abu simbel is wehre his likeness can be seen many timesramses
the name of this pharaoh was wiped from most monuments by Thutmose IIIHatshepsut
Rumored to have been in love with their spouseNefertiti
Husbands son was imperialisticHatshepsut
set the rules for artpriest
was in charge of treasureyvizier
kept the records for the palacescribes
made sure taxes were assessedvizier
kept the record of the taxesscribes
prepared the pharaohs body for the afterlifepriest
served as teacherspriest
overseer of the fieldsvizier
went to school to learn hieroglyphicsscribes
could possible become the pharaohvizierii
known to have a harme, but could not avail themselves of their harem during a period of puritypriest
thei work was heavy duty durng emergencefarmer
mud bricks and limestone were two materials they dealth with on a regular basisconstuction worker
civil administrator of Egyptvizier
period when the priestly rules for art were establishedok
era when imperialism was the goalnk
period when hieroglyphics were first evidentok
era when massive irrigation projects were undertakenmk
era when the hebrews exited egyptnk
period when the chariot was used in egyptnk
period when order was restored and the afterlife was initially open to someone other than the pharoahmk
era when the horse appeared in art worknk
era when pharoahs were buried in the valley of the kingsnk
era when the step pyramid was constructedok

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