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Worldhistnotes - lasted more than 3500 years King tut: died...

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Egypt Amun, amon - sun god Ra, Re - sun god (different part of egypt) Amon-Ra, Amon-Zeus - Osiris, Isis, Set, Horus - Gods Anubis - god of preservation, Menes, Hatchepsut - the only female pharoah Ramses, Amenhotep - Great Pharaohs, craved immortality the most. Ramses ruled past the age of 90, Ty - #1 queen of amenhotep, co-pharoah Akhenaton, Ikhnaton Nefertiti - queen of amenhotep Amarna - capital city Tutankhamen - only tomb found in modern day. son of amenhotep III and nefertiti Horemheb - Hyksos - Sea raiders Rosett stone, Champolleon - translated the Rosetta stone, knew greek, Moses, Mernaptah Ay - prime minister Howard carter - discovered tut
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Unformatted text preview: lasted more than 3500 years King tut: died at 18-19 had a wife abnormal Steel was more valueable than gold. when the holy roman empire took over egypt, so did christianity. egyptian way of life was banned. frenchman napoleon then invaded egypt. He then found the rosetta stone. Amarna - capital city while amenhotep 4th was in power for 17 years. River Valleys - Euphrates, tigris and nile cultures phoenecians - how far did they travel? where megolithic construction- Stonehendge mesopatamia history - geography of the land legends - winter tower 3 female rulers - schleimen ancient israel persians...
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course HIST 1111 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at SPSU.

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