Final Study Sheet - NES 18 FALL 2007 FINAL REVIEW SHEET You...

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NES 18 FALL 2007: FINAL REVIEW SHEET You will be responsible for the items below. Consult your class notes and your textbooks, or the Baines and Málek Atlas or the Shaw and Nicholson Dictionary of Ancient Egypt . Remember that slide identification questions will come from your required readings. I. IDENTIFICATIONS (who, what, when–including dynasty--where, and why important): Ahhotep; Admonitions of Ipuwer; Abu Simbel; Ahmose; Akhenaten; Alexander the Great; Tell el- Amarna/Akhet aten; Amarna Letters; Amenhotep III; Alexandria; Amun-Ra; Luxor Temple; Archaism; Aten; Kerma; Book of the Dead; Birth Narrative; Colossi of Memnon; Dahshur Buhen; Cambyses;
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Cleopatra VII; Amarna art; Deir el-Bahri; Darius; Deir el-Medina Dynasty 25; Libyan Anarchy; King Auibra Hor; Dynasty 27; Execration texts; Gebel Barkal/ Napata; Amenemhat I; Gurn (Qurn); Tiye Hatshepsut; Herihor; Hittites; Satire of the Trades; Hyksos; God's Wife of Amun; Smendes Malkata (Malqata); Itjtawy; Kahun; Qadesh (Kadesh);
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Tutankhamun’ s tomb; Karnak temple; Amduat; Ramose Kerma ware; Medinet
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