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World History: Societies of the Past (Egypt pg. 80-83) (Modified) Name: ______________

H. Adams

Here's a crossword based on the information found in the textbook.

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5.god of fertility (pg. 83 in table)
7.an important step in the process of preserving a dead body (pg. 83, fig. 4.17, line 2)
10.The earliest watercrafts were constructed from this material. (pg. 80, 3rd par., line 5)
12.The ancient Egyptians imported this from the kingdom of Punt. (pg. 80, 2nd par., line 5)
13.Osiris was the god who taught the Egyptians how to do this. (pg. 82, 4th par., line 7)
17.Anubis weighed a dead person's heart against this item. (pg. 82, fig. 4.16)
20.sacred animal to ancient Egyptians (pg. 80, 2nd par., line 7)
21.Osiris's evil brother (pg. 82, 4th par., line 8-9)
23.Instead of using nails, Egyptians used these to tie the planks of a ship together. (pg. 81, fig. 4.15, line 14)
1.god of the underworld (pg. 82, 4th par.)
2.Dead bodies were wrapped in bandages soaked in this substance. (pg. 83, fig. 4.17, line 11)
3.During the preservation of a body, internal organs were placed in these jars. (pg. 83, fig. 4.17, line 9-10)
4.This deity was the god of the dead and the guardian of the tombs. (pg. 82, 6th par.)
5.name given to preserved body in ancient Egypt (pg. 83, fig. 4.17)
6.goddess of the sky (pg. 83 in table)
8.Bacteria that decomposes bodies needs this to survive. (pg. 83, 2nd par., line 7)
9.This salt was very important in the mummification process. (pg. 83, fig. 4.17, line 9)
11.If I was a poor Egyptian, I might have been buried with some of this. (pg. 83, 2nd par., line 11)
14.a fragrant, gummy substance which was a popular trade item (pg. 80, 2nd par.)
15."Natural" mummies were created in this environment. (pg. 83, 2nd par.)
16.god of the underworld's "better half" (pg. 82, 5th par.)
18.This god was important to all Egyptians. (pg. 83 in table)
19.Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics didn't contain these, but historians inserted them anyway. (pg. 82, top right)
22.Egyptians couldn't produce this, so they traded to the east for it. (pg. 80, line 6)

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