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This is my History quiz- week 9.
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What did Hatshepsut achieve?
Peace and prosperity.
What did Hatshepsut manage very well?
What did she organise?
How long did she reign ( between what years)?
She ruled for about.....
She was overthrown by.... And what relationship did they have?
Thutmose III Step - son
Thutmose II Brother
What did Thutmose try to do?
Make things that Hatshepsut did look as if he had done all of those things.
Tell everyone that Hatshepsut was a female.
Tell everyone that he was Hatshepsut.
Tell everyone that he had done all of those things, while Hatshepsut started the war in Egypt.
What did she encourage? And where?
Trade with the other parts of the continent of Africa.
Education in the whole of Africa.
Right to marriage in the whole of Australia.
To have a Woolworths in the middle of Africa.
What do Historians believe Thutmose did?
Kill Thutmose II.
Steal Mut's coffin.
Anubis wore what on his head? He was the god of what?
Jackal head, god of the motherhood.
Falcon head, god of the sky
Jackal head, god of the dead, the underworld and resurrection.
Hatshepsut was one of the first...
Fill in the blanks: Hatshepsut was the ............ pharaoh of the ....... dynasty of Ancient Egypt.
19th , 9th
Egyptian writing was called?
The old kingdom dated from...
What is the old kingdom?
One of the most dynamic periods in the development of Egyptian art.
It was a sacred building in Egyptian times.
Where Egyptians prayed to their god/goddess.
How did Hatshepsut become pharaoh?
Learning to dance.
An only child.
Who were the main gods in Egyptian times?
Anubis, Hathor, Thoth and Sobek.
Horus and Sekkment.
Bastet, Osiris and Ptah.
Mut, Nephthys, Ra, Khnum and Isis.
Why did the Egyptian god//godessess wear animal heads?
Because it was compulsory.
Because it was stylish.
Because there was often a connection between the god or goddess and the actions of the animal.
Because they were their favourite animals.
Who could become a scribe?
Most often men and the children of scribes.
How long did it take to become a scribe? Where did they learn to scribe?
Four to five years at scribe school.
Three to four years at home taught by their parents.
Nine to ten years at hieroglyphic school.
What were mummies wrapped in?
The heart and the brain were put...
The heart was thrown away and the brain was buried in the sand.
The heart was untouched and the brain was thrown away.
Both the heart and the brain were left inside the body.
Both the heart and the brain were thrown away.
What were the mummies buried with?
Amulets, small statues, jewellery and treasures.
Where were pharaohs buried?
Mastabas and pyramids.
Beneath the sand.
How long was The Nile River?
3,000 km long.
10,000 km long.
500 m long.
6,650 km long. NOTE
Why was The Nile River important?
Travel, wealth, trade, floods (crops), fish, flax and papyrus.
Was the religion polytheistic or monotheistic?
Why did the Egyptians look up to the gods and goddesses?
To help them with their daily lives.
Food and drink.
What were the three main theories of how King Tutankhamun?
Malaria, broken leg and murder.
Fell off a cliff, caught a cold and he got asthma.
Heart attack, drowned, suicide.
Who was Anubis?
God of the dead and embalming and had the head of Jackal.
God of the writing, wisdom and learning and had the head of a falcon.
Who was Hathor?
Goddess of the sky, love, beauty, motherhood and music and many others.
Goddess of the Nile, the army and fertility.
Who was Thoth?
God of writing, wisdom and learning and Ibis headed or baboon.
God of the dead and embalming and Jackal headed.
Who was Sobek?
The god of the Nile,the army and fertility and crocodile headed.
God of the dead, the underworld and resurrection and lion headed.
What was the valley of the Nile River called?
Pharaohs were also called...
Gods of the Nile.
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