King Tut and the Great Pharaohs of Egypt-Field Trip TIME!!! (Question…
King Tut and the Great Pharaohs of Egypt-Field Trip TIME!!!
Giza is located just outside what Ancient City?
How many blocks were used building the pyramids?
How many years did it take to build them?
When did construction begin on the pyramids?
4,500 years ago
What is a Necropolis? Why are the Pyramids referred to that way?
A necropolis is a cemetery belonging to an ancient city. Pyramids are referred to as this because they are used to house dead rulers
List two purposes of the pyramids.
House dead rulers and leave a legacy of the Pharaohs power
What materials were used in building the pyramids?
Limestone, granite, mortar, basalt and mud
Who is Howard Carter
The man who discovered King Tut's tomb
Watch the Virtual Tour of the Great Pyramids. On your Coggle, describe 10 interesting things you saw.
The well shaft was most probably built after the entire pyramid was
Th descending passageway goes hundreds of feet downward
The abyss was left crude and unfinished
The 26 degree angle was pointed at the star Alpha Draconis
Alpha Draconis was called the "Dragon Stat," in 2137 BC
People studied the stars in the Grand Gallery
Examine Ramses II and list his top 5 accomplishments on your coggle.
It is thought that Ramses had nearly 200 children in his life
Ramses was 25 when he was crowned pharaoh
At the age 15, Ramses was the Prince of Egypt
Ramses established one of the first major peace treaty in history with the Hittites
Ramses rebuilt many of the existing temples in Egypt
Play the Mummy Maker Game and record your findings. As you play the game, what did you get correct....what did you miss?
I missed the organ part and the oil/linen part
The "Great Sphinx" and "Stonehenge" are similar due to both being "megaliths" and it is one of the largest stone "sculptures" in the world.
The Great Sphinx guards the Great Pyramid and is a human head on a lion's body.
King Tut's tomb is in the Valley of the Kings near "Luxor", Egypt. This was where the "Pharaohs" and "powerful" nobles were buried for around 500 years during the history of Ancient Egypt.
Egyptians believed the dead enjoyed such materials in the afterlife such as King Tut's tomb actually having board games in it.
While "King Tut" is the most "well known" of the Pharaohs, Ramses II was the greatest pharaoh of ancient Egypt.
Hittites and Assyrians developed new technology such as iron weapons and chariots that were used to overwhelm their opponents.
The Phoenicians relied on trading goods overseas which resulted in their alphabet spreading along their trade routes making easier to communicate for business and later pleasure.
Darius I is an important figure in a biblical story.
7." Darius I" was "defeated" at the Battle of "Marathon" by the Athenian Army.
"Darius I" was a great ruler that "united" his "country" into a major empire.
King Tut Movie
He has a museum
He's an Egyptian
Buried with a donkey
He ate a crocodile
People stand in line to see the boy king