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1. The architect of the Step Pyramid.
a. Imhotep
b. Hemiunu- Architect of Pyramid of Khufu/Cheops
c. Senenmut- Builder of Temple of Hatshepsut
d. Amenhotep I- Prophet and Architect of King Amenhotep III
2. The architect of Temple of Hatshepsut.
a. Imhotep- Architect of the Step Pyramid.
b. Hemiunu- Architect of Pyramid of Khufu/Cheops
c. Senenmut
d. Amenhotep I- Prophet and Architect of King Amenhotep III
3. The prophet and architect of King Amenhotep III.
a. Imhotep- Architect of the Step Pyramid.
b. Hemiunu- Architect of Pyramid of Khufu/Cheops
c. Senenmut- Builder of Temple of Hatshepsut
d. Amenhotep I
4. The architect of Pyramid of Khufu/Cheops
a. Imhotep- Architect of the Step Pyramid.
b. Hemiunu
c. Senenmut- Builder of Temple of Hatshepsut
d. Amenhotep I- Prophet and Architect of King Amenhotep III
5. The first pharaoh to build an Egyptian pyramid.
a. King Djoser
b. King Khafre- The builder of the second Pyramid at Giza
c. King Sneferu-The Pharaoh who build the first “true” pyramid.
d. King Akhenaten- He revolutionized Egypt with new artistic styles and religious beliefs
through building one of the earliest forms of monotheism by indicating the sun is the only
God.
6. The Pharaoh who build the first “true” pyramid.
a. King Djoser- The first pharaoh to build an Egyptian pyramid
b. King Khafre- The builder of the second Pyramid at Giza
c. King Sneferu
d. King Akhenaten- He revolutionized Egypt with new artistic styles and religious beliefs
through building one of the earliest forms of monotheism by indicating the sun is the only
God.
7. The builder of the second Pyramid at Giza and is thought to be the builder of the Sphinx.
a. King Djoser- The first pharaoh to build an Egyptian pyramid
b. King Khafre
c. King Sneferu- The Pharaoh who build the first “true” pyramid.
d. King Akhenaten- He revolutionized Egypt with new artistic styles and religious beliefs
through building one of the earliest forms of monotheism by indicating the sun is the only
God.
8. He revolutionized Egypt with new artistic styles and religious beliefs through building one of
the earliest forms of monotheism by indicating the sun is the only God.
a. King Djoser- The first pharaoh to build an Egyptian pyramid
b. King Khafre- The builder of the second Pyramid at Giza
c. King Sneferu-The Pharaoh who build the first “true” pyramid.
d. King Akhenaten
9. The largest ancient religious site in the world, and represents the combined achievement of
many generations of Egyptian builders.
a. Great Pyramid of Giza- The tallest man-made structure until the 19th century.
b. Karnak
c. Abu Simbel- The two massive rock temples in southern Egypt on the western bank of
Lake Nasser.
d. Red Pyramid- The largest of the three major pyramids located at the Dahshur
necropolis.
10. The two massive rock temples in southern Egypt on the western bank of Lake Nasser.
a. Great Pyramid of Giza- The tallest man-made structure until the 19th century.
b. Luxor Temple- The temple was dedicated to the three Egyptian gods Amun, Mut, and
Chons.
c. Abu Simbel Temple
d. Red Pyramid- The largest of the three major pyramids located at the Dahshur
necropolis.
11. The largest of the three major pyramids located at the Dahshur necropolis.
a. Great Pyramid of Giza- The tallest man-made structure until the 19th century.
b. Luxor Temple- The temple was dedicated to the three Egyptian gods Amun, Mut, and
Chons.
c. Abu Simbel- The two massive rock temples in southern Egypt on the western bank of
Lake Nasser.
d. Red Pyramid
12. The tallest man-made structure until the 19th century.
a. Great Pyramid of Giza
b. Karnak- The largest ancient religious site in the world
c. Abu Simbel- The two massive rock temples in southern Egypt on the western bank of
Lake Nasser.
d. Red Pyramid- The largest of the three major pyramids located at the Dahshur
necropolis.
13. The temple was dedicated to the three Egyptian gods Amun, Mut, and Chons.
a. Great Pyramid of Giza - The tallest man-made structure until the 19th century.
b. Luxor Temple
c. Abu Simbel- The two massive rock temples in southern Egypt on the western bank of
Lake Nasser.
d. Red Pyramid- The largest of the three major pyramids located at the Dahshur
necropolis.
14. The very first pyramid built by the ancient Egyptians.
a. Step Pyramid
b. Red Pyramid- The largest of the three major pyramids located at the Dahshur
necropolis.
c. Great Pyramid of Giza - The tallest man-made structure until the 19th century.
d. Bent Pyramid- The only pyramid in Egypt of which the outer casing of polished limestone
is still largely intact and the second pyramid built by Pharaoh Sneferu.
15. The only pyramid in Egypt of which the outer casing of polished limestone is still largely
intact and the second pyramid built by Pharaoh Sneferu.
a. Step Pyramid- The very first pyramid built by the ancient Egyptians.
b. Red Pyramid- The largest of the three major pyramids located at the Dahshur
necropolis.
c. Great Pyramid of Giza - The tallest man-made structure until the 19th century.
d. Bent Pyramid
16. The 5th king of the 4th Dynasty and built the 3rd pyramid of Giza.
a. King Ramesses II- The most enduring icon of ancient Egyptian power and the 2nd
pharaoh of the 19th Dynasty.
b. King Thutmosis III- Known as the Egyptian Napoleon for his ambitious empire-building.
c. King AhmoseI - ThePharaoh who finally expelled the Hyksos after his both father and
older brother had waged war on them and died in battle.
d. King Menkaure
17. The most enduring icon of ancient Egyptian power and the 2nd pharaoh of the 19th
Dynasty.
a. King Ramesses II
b. King Thutmosis III- Known as the Egyptian Napoleon for his ambitious empire-building.
c. King Ahmose I - ThePharaoh who finally expelled the Hyksos after his both father and
older brother had waged war on them and died in battle.
d. King Menkaure-The 5th king of the 4th Dynasty and built the 3rd pyramid of Giza.
18. Where is the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut located?
a. Deir el Bahari
b. Karnak- The largest ancient religious site in the world
c. Dahshur necropolis- The location of the Bent Pyramid
d. Saqqara necropolis- The location of the Step Pyramid.
19. Where is the Step Pyramid located?
a. Deir el Bahari-The location of the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut
b. Karnak- The largest ancient religious site in the world
c. Dahshur necropolis-The location of the Bent Pyramid
d. Saqqara necropolis
20. Where is the Bent Pyramid located?
a. Deir el Bahari-The location of the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut
b. Karnak- The largest ancient religious site in the world
c. Dahshur necropolis
d. Saqqara necropolis- The location of the Step Pyramid.
21. Ancient Egyptians used the shadow of _____ that moved around its surface throughout the
day in order to tell the time.
a. Hieroglyphics - Ancient Egyptian phonetic writing system which contains alphabetic
syllabic symbols, as well as ideograms
b. Papyrus – Ancient Egyptian writing material formed from beaten strips of papyrus plant
c. Obelisk
d. Kohl - Black ointment made from the combination of soot and galena use in Ancient
Egyptian eye makeup
22. Ancient Egyptians phonetic writing system which contains alphabetic syllabic symbols, as
well as ideograms, found extensively within Egyptian toms and other places.
a. Papyrus – Ancient Egyptian writing material formed from beaten strips of papyrus plant
b. Hieroglyphics
c. Kohl - Black ointment made from the combination of soot and galena use in Ancient
Egyptian eye makeup
d. Obelisk – Stone pillar used by Ancient Egyptians in order to tell time with the sun
23. Ancient Egyptian writing material formed from beaten strips of papyrus plant
a. Obelisk – Stone pillar used by Ancient Egyptians in order to tell time with the sun
b. Papyrus
c. Hieroglyphics - Ancient Egyptian phonetic writing system which contains alphabetic
syllabic symbols, as well as ideograms
d. Kohl - Black ointment made from the combination of soot and galena use in Ancient
Egyptian eye makeup
24. Black ointment made from the combination of soot and galena use in Ancient Egyptian eye
makeup
a. Papyrus – Ancient Egyptian writing material formed from beaten strips of papyrus plant
b. Kohl
c. Obelisk – Stone pillar used by Ancient Egyptians in order to tell time with the sun
d. Hieroglyphics - Ancient Egyptian phonetic writing system which contains alphabetic
syllabic symbols, as well as ideograms
25. Where the world’s first reservoir was built?
a. Fayum
b. Nile River – Regarded as the longest river in the world and where one of the earliest
settlements lived along
c. Saqqara - The location of the Step Pyramid
d. Karnak - The largest ancient religious site in the world
26. This is a type of calendar that is meant to show the position of the earth on its revolution
around our sun.
a. Solar Calendar
b. Lunar calendar - one in which days are numbered within each lunar phase cycle
c. Lunisolar Calendar - a calendar in many cultures whose date indicates both the moon
phase and the time of the solar year
d. Sun Clock - an obelisk that allowed Egyptians part the day into morning and afternoon
27. As early as when did the Ancient Egyptians create the world’s first irrigation system?
a. 5000 BC
b. 3000 BC – In Egypt, Papyrus was produced as early as 3000 BC
c. 4000 BC – Around this time, evidence suggests that the Egyptians were among the first
societies to employ the use of plow
d. 1500 BC – Earliest known glass beads were made around this time
28. As early as when did the Ancient Egyptians produced Papyrus?
a. 5000 BC - Ancient Egyptians create the world’s first irrigation system around this time
b. 3000 BC
c. 4000 BC – Around this time, evidence suggests that the Egyptians were among the first
societies to employ the use of plow
d. 1500 BC – Earliest known glass beads were made around this time
29. Around this time, evidence suggests that Egyptians were among the first societies to employ
the use of plow
a. 5000 BC - Ancient Egyptians create the world’s first irrigation system around this time
b. 3000 BC – In Egypt, Papyrus was produced as early as 3000 BC
c. 4000 BC
d. 1500 BC – Earliest known glass beads were made around this time
30. The earliest known glass beads from Egypt were made around this time
a. 5000 BC - Ancient Egyptians create the world’s first irrigation system around this time
b. 3000 BC – In Egypt, Papyrus was produced as early as 3000 BC
c. 4000 BC – Around this time, evidence suggests that the Egyptians were among the first
societies to employ the use of plow
d. 1500 BC
31. Early ingredients included the powder of ox hooves, ashes, burnt eggshells, and pumice,
this is Egyptians early contribution to present day hygiene.
a. Hair conditioner – a hair care product that changes the texture and appearance of hair
b. Shampoo – A liquid preparation containing detergent or soap for washing hair
c. Tissue Paper – a lightweight paper
d. Toothpaste
32. Early designs of this were connected to the horns of cattle but proved to interfere with the
animal's ability to breathe.
a. Glass beads- Made by winding molten glass around a metal bar and were highly prized
as a trading commodity.
b. Plow
c. Sun clock- An obelisk that allowed Egyptians to distinguish the day into morning and
afternoon.
d. Colored glass rods- Used to create colorful beads and decorations.
33. An obelisk that allowed Egyptians to distinguish the day into morning and afternoon.
a. Glass beads - Made by winding molten glass around a metal bar and were highly prized
as a trading commodity
b. Plow- Early designs of this were connected to the horns of cattle but proved to interfere
with the animal's ability to breathe.
c. Sun clock
d. Colored glass rods- Used to create colorful beads and decorations.
34. The Egyptians also created the first _____________ which they used to create colorful
beads and decorations.
a. Glass beads- Made by winding molten glass around a metal bar and were highly prized
as a trading commodity
b. Plow- Early designs of this were connected to the horns of cattle but proved to interfere
with the animal's ability to breathe.
c. Sun clock - An obelisk that allowed Egyptians to distinguish the day into morning and
afternoon.
d. Colored glass rods
35. They were made by winding molten glass around a metal bar and were highly prized as a
trading commodity.
a. Glass beads
b. Plow- Early designs of this were connected to the horns of cattle but proved to interfere
with the animal's ability to breathe.
c. Sun clock- An obelisk that allowed Egyptians to distinguish the day into morning and
afternoon.
d. Colored glass rods- Used to create colorful beads and decorations.







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