What is your age? Under 18 Years Old 18 to 24 Years Old 25 to 30 Years Old 31 to 40 Years Old 41 to 50 Years Old 51 to 60 Years Old Over 60 Years Old What is your gender? Male Female 1. What pharaoh was considered the "heratic" pharaoh? Akhenaten Hatshepsut Tutankhamun Ramesses the Great Nefertiti Thutmose 2. Why was (see question #1) this pharaoh considered "heretic?" worshiped Baal only. believed in mythical gods. believed in many gods. believed in one god. atheist agnostic 3. Who was the archaeologist who discovered a famous pharaoh's
unplundered tomb(in the early 20th century)? Lord Carnarvon Dr. Zahi Hawass Jean Francois Champollion Giovanni Belzoni Auguste Mariette Howard Carter 4. (See previous question).
What was the name of the pharaoh lying in the tomb? Thutmose Nefertiti Tutankhamun Osiris Aten Amarna 5. Which one of the following is NOT a famous temple in Egypt? The Pyramids at Giza Luxor Karnak Essna Edfu Abu Simbel 6. Egypt is located on what continent? Asia Africa North America South America Europe Australia 7. The Valley of the Kings is noted for: across "the river" from modern day village of Luxor along the Nile river being the cemetery of the pharaonic dead rock-shaped mount like a "natural pyramid" all the above none of the above 8. We know the country as Egypt.
The Egyptians know it as: Babylon Palestine Syria Cyprus Assyria Misr 9. Egypt is made up of Lower and Upper Egypt -- Upper Egypt is to the North Upper Egypt is to the South Lower Egypt is to the North Lower Egypt is to the South #1 and #4 are correct #2 and #3 are correct 10. Refer to #9--
this is because the Nile flows from the south to the north the Nile flows from south to north because it begins in the higher elevations working its way to the lower in the Nile delta region the tides In the early eleventh century BC Egypt split into two semi - autonomous domains: Lower Egypt was governed by the pharaoh, and the much larger tract of Upper Egypt was governed in the name of the god Amun by his high priest at Thebes Generally, during periods of prosperity such as the Old Kingdom , Egypt would be united under one pharaoh. However, during times of turmoil, it would split back into Upper and Lower Egypt until a strong ruler reunited the land #4 and #5 are the correct answers. 11. Who is NOT a god/goddess? Ra Osiris scarab the pharaoh Isis Amun 12. The sphinx is located... on the Giza plateau near the pyramids in Cairo, not near any notable buildings, temples, etc. in the Valley of the Kings in the Nile delta Alexandria Aswan 13. The ancient Egyptians developed the pictoform of writing known as cuneiform Aramaic Sumerian Hebrew Linear B hieroglyphic 14. (See # 13)
This was written on papyrus pulp vellum rice paper oak tag board onion skin 15. (See #14)
This is made from a lotus a papyrus plant wheat barley corn rice 16. the shape of (see # 14 & # 15) the stalk is round hexagon triangular octagon square rectangular 17. atop the stalk is fronds pine cones bark "fiddle head" a flat head round bulbous 18. The ancient Egyptian Goddess BAST is a camel a falcon a horse a deer a cat a dog 19. Apis is a dog ape bull moose bird monkey 20. Ba is a sacrificial lamb town in ancient Egypt city in modern Egypt ...the hieroglyphic for for "ram" which means "the soul". In certain drawings, rams symbolized the souls of Osiris and Re, united as one god in the form of a rams head. sun god an ancient Egyptian scribe 21. What ancient Egyptian god has the
head of crocodile Isis Nut Amun/Amon Sobek Ra Horus 22. Who is representative of a falcon -- Nut Horus Ra Tut Seth Osiris 23. Pharaoh was considered a head of state a head of state (kingship) and a god the embalmer a teacher a scribe a president 24. What pharaoh is considered the most prolific builder and temples such as
Abu Simbel are to his credit? Ramesses-the-great (III) King Tutankhamun Ankhesenamun Akhenaten Meritaten Amenhotep III 25. "Great House"/"Courtier of the Great House" defines pharaoh the sphinx the temples the pyramids the nile river Kom Ombo 26. Hatshepsut was a pharaoh a woman a god depicted as male and female noted for her building projects all the above 27. The Step Pyramid , located at Saqqara close to modern day Cairo, is believed to have been created by one man, Imhotep. He has been called Doctor, Sage, Architect, Astronomer and High Priest...
this is incorrect, it was Cheops noted for the Step Pyramid this is correct, Imhotep was the architect Imhotep was a pharaoh Imhotep is a village in ancient Egypt along the Nile river Imhotep did not live in this time frame Imhotep was the builder of the lighthouse at Alexandria 28. Kom Ombo is a temple which consists of construction on a "double helix" a city near Cairo the capitol of ancient Egypt a pharaoh a god an Egyptian lake 29. What temple has hieroglyphic reliefs depicting MEDICAL scenes? Luxor Karnak Abu Simbel Edfu Essna Kom Ombo 30. The "avenue of the sphixes" may be found... on the Giza plateau near the pyramids at Luxor -- outside the main pylons at the temple of Karnak Memphis Alexandria Aswan Abu Simbel 31. The ancient capital was... Memphis Alexandria Cairo Helwan Aswan Sharm el Shek 32. The ancient lighthouse was found in the harbor at Alexandria lake Nasser in the Nile river the Mediterranean Sea the Indian ocean The Black Sea 33. The Great Library ... was located in Alexandria ... was recently re-built and now located at Alexandria was located in Rome was located in Athens # 1 and # 2 are correct none of the above 34. The (new) Bibliotheque Alexandria is designed to represent the sun-disk (round in shape) Cleopatra books a pyramid a temple a sphinx 35. The "reading material" in the ancient Library was on scrolls tablets books cylinders paper phonodiscs 36. The Nile river has locks on it... false, only canals have them true because of the cataracts at the entry of the Nile at Alexandria only where it meets the Suez Canal to prevent war ships going on the Nile where the ancient aquaduct at Cairo meets the Nile at the "sacred lake" at Karnak where it meets the Nile 37. Only the ________ may enter the holy of holies, the inner chamber of the
temple. congregants locals priests male populace elders anubis 38. At the end of the movie, "The Land of the Pharaohs", after pharaoh dies, his entire entourage was buried alive with him. Did the ancient Egyptians indeed practice this? only their offspring (their first) males would be buried with them only their wives only their concubines only their enemies to our knowledge, this never occured the parents, and sibblings of the pharaoh would be buried alive with the dead pharaoh 39. Who is the god of
mummification, who prepare the dead for their path through the underworld.
Toth anubis Ra Seth Osiris Abydos 40. The dead are embalmed, wrapped in clothes and placed (in most cases)
a mausoleum sarcophagi open air burial crematorium casket removed from the bier, placed on a crib and floated out to sea