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100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 Ke...
This is the ability to reach A 100
What is access A 100
Egyptian’s writing system A 200
What is a hieroglyphics  A 200
Is the stone that contained a message written in three different languages which helped scholars decode hieroglyphics A 300
What is the Rosetta Stone A 300
A long, thin reed, that grew along the banks of the Nile river A 400
What is the papyrus A 400
This is where rushing water forms waterfalls and rapids A 500
What is are cataracts A 500
The Nile river is over ___ miles long B 100
What is 4000 B 100
This is a marshy triangle of wetlands B 200
What is a delta B 200
In terms of weather, this is why the Nile so important to the Egyptians B 300
What is floods provide water B 300
This is why the Nile floods B 400
What is snow from the mountains in central Africa melts B 400
List 4 gifts of the Nile river B 500
What are water, mud, papyrus, fish, ducks, and geese  B 500
The Book of the Dead contained prayers, spells, and spells. C 100
What is true C 100
Osiris was the one true god of Egypt C 200
What is false C 200
South America is the continent we live on C 300
What is false C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
Obelisks are short, four-sided pillars of stone that rise to a point. C 400
What is false C 400
Artisans were located on the top of Egypt’s social pyramid C 500
What is false C 500
The ancient Egyptians had this form of religion D 100
What is polytheism  D 100
This is a life that would continue after death D 200
What is afterlife D 200
The process of treating the body to protect it from decay D 300
What is embalming  D 300
The body of a human or animal after it has been embalmed D 400
What is a mummy D 400
The Egyptians believed that without this a person’s spirit couldn’t eat, drink, dance, or enjoy their life after death D 500
What is their body D 500
She took over control over Egypt when Thutmose II died and Thutmose III was to young E 100
Who is Hatshepsut  E 100
Hatshepsut wanted to improve this instead of conquering other people E 200
What is Egypt E 200
This person took control of Egypt after Hatsepsut E 300
Who is Thutmose III E 300
Thutmose III led this many raids in 20 years E 400
What is 16 E 400
Thutmose III set up these to protect Egypt’s trade routes to Kush E 500
What trading posts E 500
This is where Kush was located in terms of Egypt F 100
What is to the south F 100
Kush had many desired goods including gold, ivory, ostrich feathers, perfumes, oils, grains, and this F 200
What is ebony F 200
Kush ruled Egypt for less than this many years F 300
What is 100 F 300
Finish: Kush is to Egypt as Babylonia is to _________ F 400
What is Assyria  F 400
This was the problem with the language the people of Kush developed F 500
What it has never been deciphered F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is: Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
Name the three Kushite kings we learned about and give their major achievement  Click on screen to continue
*Kashta conquered Upper Egypt  *Piankhy conquered Lower Egypt *Shabaka became the first Kushite king of Egypt Click on scr...
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Ancient egypt

  1. 2. THIS IS JEEPARTY
  2. 3. With Host... Your Mr. Bray
  3. 4. 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 Key Terms Da Nile river True or False Egyptian Religion Pharaoh’s Nubian Kingdom of Kush
  4. 5. This is the ability to reach A 100
  5. 6. What is access A 100
  6. 7. Egyptian’s writing system A 200
  7. 8. What is a hieroglyphics A 200
  8. 9. Is the stone that contained a message written in three different languages which helped scholars decode hieroglyphics A 300
  9. 10. What is the Rosetta Stone A 300
  10. 11. A long, thin reed, that grew along the banks of the Nile river A 400
  11. 12. What is the papyrus A 400
  12. 13. This is where rushing water forms waterfalls and rapids A 500
  13. 14. What is are cataracts A 500
  14. 15. The Nile river is over ___ miles long B 100
  15. 16. What is 4000 B 100
  16. 17. This is a marshy triangle of wetlands B 200
  17. 18. What is a delta B 200
  18. 19. In terms of weather, this is why the Nile so important to the Egyptians B 300
  19. 20. What is floods provide water B 300
  20. 21. This is why the Nile floods B 400
  21. 22. What is snow from the mountains in central Africa melts B 400
  22. 23. List 4 gifts of the Nile river B 500
  23. 24. What are water, mud, papyrus, fish, ducks, and geese B 500
  24. 25. The Book of the Dead contained prayers, spells, and spells. C 100
  25. 26. What is true C 100
  26. 27. Osiris was the one true god of Egypt C 200
  27. 28. What is false C 200
  28. 29. South America is the continent we live on C 300
  29. 30. What is false C 300
  30. 31. DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
  31. 32. Obelisks are short, four-sided pillars of stone that rise to a point. C 400
  32. 33. What is false C 400
  33. 34. Artisans were located on the top of Egypt’s social pyramid C 500
  34. 35. What is false C 500
  35. 36. The ancient Egyptians had this form of religion D 100
  36. 37. What is polytheism D 100
  37. 38. This is a life that would continue after death D 200
  38. 39. What is afterlife D 200
  39. 40. The process of treating the body to protect it from decay D 300
  40. 41. What is embalming D 300
  41. 42. The body of a human or animal after it has been embalmed D 400
  42. 43. What is a mummy D 400
  43. 44. The Egyptians believed that without this a person’s spirit couldn’t eat, drink, dance, or enjoy their life after death D 500
  44. 45. What is their body D 500
  45. 46. She took over control over Egypt when Thutmose II died and Thutmose III was to young E 100
  46. 47. Who is Hatshepsut E 100
  47. 48. Hatshepsut wanted to improve this instead of conquering other people E 200
  48. 49. What is Egypt E 200
  49. 50. This person took control of Egypt after Hatsepsut E 300
  50. 51. Who is Thutmose III E 300
  51. 52. Thutmose III led this many raids in 20 years E 400
  52. 53. What is 16 E 400
  53. 54. Thutmose III set up these to protect Egypt’s trade routes to Kush E 500
  54. 55. What trading posts E 500
  55. 56. This is where Kush was located in terms of Egypt F 100
  56. 57. What is to the south F 100
  57. 58. Kush had many desired goods including gold, ivory, ostrich feathers, perfumes, oils, grains, and this F 200
  58. 59. What is ebony F 200
  59. 60. Kush ruled Egypt for less than this many years F 300
  60. 61. What is 100 F 300
  61. 62. Finish: Kush is to Egypt as Babylonia is to _________ F 400
  62. 63. What is Assyria F 400
  63. 64. This was the problem with the language the people of Kush developed F 500
  64. 65. What it has never been deciphered F 500
  65. 66. The Final Jeopardy Category is: Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
  66. 67. Name the three Kushite kings we learned about and give their major achievement Click on screen to continue
  67. 68. *Kashta conquered Upper Egypt *Piankhy conquered Lower Egypt *Shabaka became the first Kushite king of Egypt Click on screen to continue
  68. 69. Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! Game Designed By C. Harr-MAIT
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