The Gift of the Mediterranean
The Gift of the Nile
The Pharoah's Gift
Red and White
Upper and Higher
Lower and Upper
Higher and Lower
A system for bringing water to dry areas.
A trade route that runs through the Persian Gulf.
Another name for the Nile.
A settlement near a river valley.
Wait on kings and priests.
Write and keep records.
Build high walls for protection.
Trade with other cultures.
Floods caused people to build new homes.
Floods brought fertile soil.
Floods created new trade routes.
Floods took away bad soil.
All of the above.
To make bricks.
To make a paperlike product.
To make a rare and special food.
To control flooding.
Ancient Egyptian picture writing.
Another name for the rulers of Egypt.
Belief in an afterlife.
Buildings with sides shaped like triangles.
Keep people employed.
Give thanks for the Nile
Make use of their machines.
Bury their pharaohs.
To hide them from the robbers.
To show off their wealth
To keep them safe from floods
To help the dead in the afterlife
Priest gathered to worship the gods.
Pharaohs intended to spend the afterlife.
Average Egyptians were buried.
Average Egyptians honored the gods.