Tut lived and ruled for more than 70 years.
Amazing artifacts were found in Tut's tomb.
Tut was the first woman to claim power over Egypt.
Trade expeditions help Tut learn about farway lands.
To decorate palaces of the pharaohs
To preserve dead bodies of the pharaohs
To transport goods up and down the Nile
To educate and protect the royal children
Temples for religious worship
Storehouses for reserves of grain
Homes for the pharaoh's servants
Tombs for pharaohs when they died
The Old Kingdom
The Middle Kingdom
The New Kingdom
After the New Kingdom
He declared that he was a god.
He had many children.
He made strong treaties.
He killed his rivals.
The White Chapel
The temple at Abu Simbel
The Great Pyramid at Giza
Forests of giant cedar trees
Hot, bubbling, mineral springs
Mines for gold, copper, and gems
Murex snails used to make purple dye
It offered tourists shade while they waited for a guide.
It gave the scientist a place to study what they dug up.
It was an experiment to learn old construction methods.
It was built by Senusret I but had been taken apart by a later ruler.
A pyramid constructed in the open desert.
A mud-brick structure found on a island
A shrine dug out of rock below ground level
A great temple built into a cliff above the river
Egypt and Hittites
Egypt and the Persians
Egypt and the Assyrians
Egypt and the Babylonians