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  • Dictionary ofAncient Egypt
    S Westwood 2010
  • ankh
    A symbol of ‘eternallife
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  • archeologistA person who looks for and studies artifacts from long ago.
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  • artifactsomething e.g. a pot, tool, statue - that tells us about the past.
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  • Canopic jars Vessels containing the inner organs of the deceased, generally four, in the form of the sons of Horus .
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  • cartouche The name of a pharaoh in hieroglyphs surrounded by an oval band.
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  • ChariotA two wheeled horse drawn vehicle.
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  • crown
    Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs wore a crown or a head-cloth. The most important of these was the double crown it meant the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt.
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  • cubit
    A unit of measure
    1) Short cubit: 6 hands = 24 fingers;
    2) Royal cubit : 7 hands = 28 fingers - 52.3 cm
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  • Eye of Horus
    A picture of the eye of the very important god Horus .
    A symbol of protection and truth.
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  • Gods & Goddesses
    Anubis
    God of the Dead
    has the head of a jackal
    Bastet
    cat headed
    Goddess of the home
    a gentle protective goddess
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  • Gods & Goddesses
     
    Horus
    falcon headed god
    looked after the pharaohs
    Isis
    wife of Osiris
    Goddess of women and children
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  • Osiris
    God of death and rebirth,
    the underworld and the Earth.
    Ra
    Ra was the sun god
    Man with hawk head and headdress with a sun disk .
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  • hieroglyphics-
    a way of writing that uses pictures
    to show words or sounds.
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  • Howard Carter
    An English archeologist who worked in Egypt looking for artifacts. Howard Carter and Lord Caenarvon discovered Tutankamen ‘s tomb on November 4th 1922.
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  • Karnak
    A city of temples near the ancient city of Thebes. Thebes is now called Luxor.
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  • Memphis
    Old Kingdom capital of Egypt
    (near Cairo).
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  • mummy
    mummification - Ancient Egyptian method of preserving dead bodies.
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  • Nile
    The river that runs through the middle of Egypt.
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  • Nilometer
    Marks on river side rocks that recorded the height of the Nile flood each year but the most important ones were at Elephantine Island.
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  • Pharaoh
    Name for the King of Egypt.
    It means “Great House” or “Palace”.
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  • Queens of Egypt
    Ancient Egypt had some very powerful queens.
    Cleopatra
    Queen of Egypt in 51 BC. Later ruled with her brothers Ptolemy X111 and Ptolemy X1V.
    Nefertiti
    Queen of Pharaoh Akhenaten
    1352- 1336 BC.
    Hatshepsut
    Queen of Egypt from about
    1473 – 1458 BC.
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  • Rameses ,Ramesis, Ramesses, Ramses Ramsis
    These were the names of Pharaohs who reigned during the New Kingdom, 19th and 20th dynasty.
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  • pyramid
    A structure containing the burial rooms of pharaohs.
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  • sarcophagus
    a stone coffin
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  • scarab
    Sacred Egyptian symbol of a beetle. It was a protector of written products
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  • Senet
    A race game played in Ancient Egypt. The original rules are still unknown though boards and playing pieces have been found.
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  • Thebes
    An important city on the Nile.
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  • Ushabti
    It means “the one who answers”. The ushabti is small statue , sometimes in the form of a mummy, that was placed in a tomb.
    They were thought to take care of or do work for the mummy in their afterlife.
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  • Valley of the Kings
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    The valley on the west bank of the Nile at Luxor with ancient tombs that once contained mummies and valuables
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  • Valley of the Queens
    Close to the Valley of the Kings. Burial tombs of ancient Queens.
     
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