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  • EGYPT JEOPARDY II People

    Final

    Jeopardy Geography

    100

    200

    300

    400

    500

    100

    200

    300

    400

    500

    600 XXXXX 600

  • People 100

    Howard Carter

    discovered this tomb

    in 1922; gave us a lot

    of information about

    burial practice of

    Egyptians Answer

  • People 100 A

    King Tutankhamun

    Home

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/47/Tuthankhamun_Egyptian_Museum.jpg

  • People 200

    Famous pharaoh of the

    Old Kingdom;

    responsible for building

    the Great Pyramid

    Answer

  • People 200A

    Khufu

    Home

    http://www.keyway.ca/gif/rome.gif

  • People 300

    Defeated all of his rivals and

    took control of Egypt

    beginning the Middle

    Kingdom

    Answer

  • People 300A

    Mentuhotep

    Home

    http://rome.mrdonn.org/baths.gif

    http://www.adamandlyn.co.uk/images/bath_img_0998.jpg

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c8/MentuhotepII.jpg

  • People 400

    Ruler of Kush; in 716 BCE he

    conquered all of Egypt

    Answer

  • People 400A

    Piankhi

    Home

    warandgame.wordpress.com

  • People 500

    Two reasons why

    Ramses II was a

    “Great” Pharaoh

    Answer

  • People 500A

    - Great

    military

    leader

    - Increased

    size of

    kingdom

    - Built many

    monuments

    - Ruled for

    over 60 years

    Home

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/06/Abu_Simbel_relocation_by_Zureks.jpg

  • People 600

    Queen of Kush; the 1 st

    woman to

    rule Kush

    Answer

  • People 600 A

    Shanakhdaketo

    Home

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5d/Queen-of-Meroe.jpg

  • Final Jeopardy

    Place the following dates in chronological order

    AND then figure out the years between the first

    event and the last event

    • 1279BCE – Ramses II comes to power

    • 1550 BCE – New kingdom begins

    • 2560BCE – The Great Pyramid is completed

    • 30BCE – Cleopatra, the last Egyptian pharaoh,

    dies

    • 2200 BCE – End of the Old Kingdom

    Answer

  • Final Jeopardy 1) 2560 BCE

    2) 2200 BCE

    3) 1550 BCE

    4) 1279 BCE

    5) 30 BCE

    http://warandgame.files.wordpress.com/2008/09/wudi.jpg

    Home

    2560

    - 30 _________________________________

    2530 years

    *** BCE + CE

    *** BCE – BCE

    *** CE – CE

  • Geography 100

    Located in northern Egypt;

    called this because it

    was flat and on a plain

    Answer

  • Geography 100A

    Lower Egypt

    Home

    http://www.dkimages.com/discover/previews/752/805629.JPG

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/17/Ancient_Egypt_map-en.svg

  • Geography 200

    Steep rapids of waterfalls

    Answer

  • Geography 200A

    cataracts

    Home

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/6/65/Nile_sunset_dar_almanasir.JPG

  • Geography 300

    Name two geographic

    features around Egypt

    Answer

  • Geography 300A

    - Mediterranean Sea

    - Red Sea

    - Sahara Desert

    - Nubian Desert

    - Nile River

    Home

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/fc/Egypt_Map.jpg

  • Geography 400

    Why did the pharaoh wear a

    double crown?

    Answer

  • Geography 400A

    the ruler of

    Upper and

    Lower Egypt

    Home

    http://greekodyssey.typepad.com/my_greek_odyssey/images/2007/07/11/fall_of_constainople_3.jpg

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/06/Double_crown.svg

  • Geography 500

    Name two natural boundaries

    that protected Ancient

    Egypt

    Answer

  • Geography 500A

    - Mediterranean Sea

    - Red Sea

    - Cataracts

    - Sahara Desert

    - Nubian Desert

    - Ethiopian Highlands

    Home

    http://www.romanempire.net/romepage/images/ArtGallery/RomeandRomans1/Carthage.JPG

  • Geography 600

    Answer

    Name two reasons Kush declined

  • Geography 600A

    - Cattle

    overgrazed,

    destroying the

    soil

    - Iron makers used

    up the forests

    - Produced fewer

    goods

    - New trade routes

    around Kush

    Home

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/14/Africa_in_400_BC.jpg

  • All pictures not sited

    are from

    wikipedia.com