Egyptian Pharaohs Crossword
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QUESTIONS LIST: Pyramid : Great _______ at Giza - Largest of the three pyramids at giza; used 2 million stone blocks and included tunnels inside., Khufu : Pharaoh who built the great pyramid at giza. he helped establish the pharaoh as a central authority (the government or controlling power)., King Tut : A young king whose tomb was filled with jewelry, robes, burial masks, and ivory statues. he is known for the treasures in his tomb, more than his accomplishments as ruler., White Chapel : A small temple made of alabaster, a hard white stone. some historians think that the chapel was originally covered in a thin layer of gold. beautiful artwork decorated the chapel's pillars. carved scenes showed the pharaoh with various gods. birds, animals, and Egyptian symbols were also depicted., Karnak : In thebes where many ancient temples and monuments were located; world's largest religious complex, Hatshepsut : 1st female pharaoh who expanded egypt through trade with other countries; one of her greatest accomplishments was her rise to power. never before had a woman pharaoh ruled egypt. known for the expedition to the kingdom of punt., Treaty : A formal agreement between two or more sovereign states; ramses and the hittites signed the world's first peace treaty., Ramses Ii : Called ramses the great, he is one of the most famous pharaohs. he reigned for more than 60 years, longer than almost any other pharaoh. he is best known for his military leadership and for building numerous monuments., Pharaoh : Pharaohs were believed to be gods they owned all the land and were responsible for their people's well-being. they were kings, generals, and religious leaders, all combined, Dayr Al Bahri : Pharaoh hatshepsut's great temple, carved into limestone cliffs near the nile river, Senusret I : Strong leader who ruled a stable, unified egypt. art, literature, and architecture flourished during his reign. senusret's finest architectural achievement was the white chapel.