King Tut and the Great Pharaohs (Tour of the great pyramids (The is a…
King Tut and the Great Pharaohs
Mummy Game (I got everything correct)
After that, you would fill the the body with Natron after the body liquids were drained.
Then the body would be covered in resin to harden the skin
Then you would take out the internal organs and put them in their certain jars
Then the body would be wrapped in linen, put in the mummy case and the into a coffin for the afterlife.
You would first shove a hook up the person's nose and break up the brain. Then the brain would be pulled out with the hook.
Tour of the great pyramids
The is a well shaft that was built in the pyramid after the pyramid was made.
There are two ramp ways up the Grand Gallery, one on each side
The descending passageway was built at a 26 degree angle.
The roof of the pyramid is 25-28 feet up.
There is a bottomless pit at the base
There are 4 slots in the south wall of the antechamber
Ramses II and list his top 5 accomplishments
Ramses II was crowned the pharaoh of Egypt after his father died.
Ramses led the Egyptian army against several enemies.
Ramses was the Prince of Egypt and he also got married to his two main wives at the age of 15.
He expanded the Egyptian empire and secured its borders against attackers
He rebuilt many of the existing temples in Egypt and built many new structures of his own
What materials were used in building the pyramids? Answer: limestone, pink granite, basalt, and alabaster
List two purposes of the pyramids. Answer: To last forever and tomb for important people.
Giza is located just outside what Ancient City? Answer: Memphis
How many blocks were used for building the pyramids? Answer: 2,300,000
What is a Necropolis? Why are the Pyramids referred to that way? Answer: Necropolis is a cemetery because they are the resting places for the afterlife.
When did construction begin on the pyramids? Answer: A cemetery that belonged to an ancient city.
How many years did it take to build them?
Answer: 20 years
Who is Howard Carter? (google)
A British archaeologist and Egyptologist who became world-famous after discovering the intact tomb of the 18th Dynasty Pharaoh, Tutankhamun.
The Great Sphinx and Stonehenge are similar due to both being megaliths and it is one of the largest stone sculptures in the world. Sphinx, Stonehenge, megaliths sculptures
The Great Sphinx guards the Great Pyramid and is a human head on a lion's body. Great Sphinx, Great Pyramid
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. King Tut, Luxor, Pharaohs, nobles
Egyptians believed the dead enjoyed such materials in the afterlife such as King Tut's tomb actually having board games in it. Egyptian, dead, King Tut, Board Games
While King Tut is the most well known of the Pharaohs, Ramses II was the greatest pharaoh of ancient Egypt.
Rames II, pharaoh, Egypt, King Tut
Darius I is an important figure in a biblical story.
Darius I was a great ruler that united his country into a major empire.
The political order of Egypt around 3200 BC was based on wealthy farmers who emerged as leaders.
Memphis was the capital of Egypt from 2950 BC to 2180 BC. Some historians estimate that, during its peak, Memphis was the largest city in the world.
Memphis, Egypt and historians
Darius I was defeated at the Battle of Marathon by the Athenian Army.
The factor contributed most to the growth of trade in the New Kingdom on Egypt's conquest of distant lands.
Egypt, New Kingdom, and growth