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Spelling Lesson 25

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1.A _______ ____ is used in ancient Egypt to contain the entrails of an embalmed body.
4.A figure or symbol used by Egyptians as a form of writing.
5.King of Egypt of the 18th dynasty.
7.The process of unifying or uniting.
12.A stone or marble coffin or tomb, especially one bearing sculpture or inscriptions.
16.Powder, as finely powdered antimony sulfide, used as a cosmetic to darken the eyelids and eyebrows.
17.A term used in Egyptology and Papyrology for plastered layers of fibre or papyrus, flexible enough for moulding while wet against the irregular surfaces of the body; the method was used in funerary workshops to produce cases, masks or panels to cover all or part of the mummified and wrapped body.
20.The internal organs of mummies.
21.Egyptians decorated their tomb walls with _______ or painted scenes.
22.A tapering, four-sided shaft of stone. I begin with the letter O.
23.A ruler or governor.
24.A figure of an imaginary creature having the head of a man and the body of a lion.
2.The ______________ went to Egypt to dig up ancient artifacts from long ago.
3.These figurines were placed in Egyptian tombs. They believed they would perform tasks for the deceased in the afterlife.
6.An ancient Egyptian tomb made of mud brick, rectangular in plan with sloping sides and a flat roof.
8.Glazed pottery, especially a fine variety with highly colored designs.
9.Queen of Egypt of the l8th dynasty.
10.A representation or image of a beetle, used among the Ancient Egyptians as a symbol, seal, or amulet.
11.I start with the letter N and I am a whitish, yellow mineral.
13.A material on which to write, prepared from thin strips of the pith of this plant laid together, soaked, pressed, and dried, used by the Ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Roman
14.A title of an Ancient Egyptian King.
15.A device used in Egypt for raising water, especially for irrigation, consisting of a long suspended rod with a bucket at one end and a weight at the other.
18.A small object worn to ward off evil, harm, or illness or to bring good fortune; protecting charm.
19.To treat a body as to preserve it, as with chemicals.

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