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Directions: • • • • Scroll through the presentation and enter the answers (which are really the questions) and the questions (which are really the answers). Enter in the categories on the main game boards. As you play the game, click on the TEXT DOLLAR AMOUNT that the contestant calls, not the surrounding box. When they have given a question, click again anywhere on the screen to see the correct question. Keep track of which questions have already been picked by printing out the game board screen and checking off as you go. Click on the “Game” box to return to the main scoreboard. Enter the score into the black box on each players podium. Continue until all clues are given. When finished, DO NOT save the game. This will overwrite the program with the scores and data you enter. You MAY save it as a different name, but keep this file untouched!

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Round 1

Final Jeopardy

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Old Kingdom

Middle Kingdom

New Kingdom

Kush

All About Egypt

Egyptian Deities

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These were built in the Old Kingdom as the burial places for the pharaohs and other nobles Category 1 - Question 1

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What is a pyramid? Category 1 - Question 1
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He built the Great Pyramid at Giza as his burial place
Category 1 - Question 2

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Who is Khufu?
Category 1 - Question 2

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The process developed by the Ancient Egyptians of preserving a person’s body after death. Category 1 - Question 3

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What is EMBALMING?
Category 1 - Question 3

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The wrapped body of a noble (including the pharaoh) in ancient Egypt.
Category 1 - Question 4

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What is a MUMMY?
Category 1 - Question 4

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The Old Kingdom pharaoh who united Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt and made Memphis the capital
Category 1 - Question 5

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Who was Narmer?
Category 1 - Question 5
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The Capital of the New Kingdom
Middle Kingdom - Question 1

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What is Thebes?

Category 2 - Question 1
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The “Golden Age” of peace, prosperity, and advances in the arts and architecture
Category 2 - Question 2

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What is the MIDDLE KINGDOM?
Category 2 - Question 2

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This mighty warrior people from west Asia crossed the desert in horse drawn chariots with bronze and iron weapons and defeated the Egyptians and ruled Egypt from 1670-1550 B.C.
Category 2 - Question 3

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What are the Hyksos?

Category 2 - Question 3

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Forced payments made by the people conquered by Egypt to the Pharaoh, enriching the Egyptian Empire
Category 2 - Question 4

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What is TRIBUTE?
Category 2 - Question 4

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The location of Royal tombs starting during the Middle Kingdom, such as those in the Valley of the Kings. Category 2 - Question 5

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What are the sides of cliffs?

Category 2 - Question 5

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He was the first New Kingdom Pharaoh after defeating the Hyksos in 1550 B.C.

Category 3 - Question 1

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Who was Ahmose ?

Category 3 - Question 1

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Woman Pharaoh who stressed trade over conquest.

Category 3 - Question 2

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Who was Hatshepsut?

Category 3 - Question 2
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Wheat and paper from Egypt sent to Nubians, Lebanese and Phoenicians
Category 3 - Question 3

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What are

Exports from Egypt?

Category 3 - Question 3

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Hatshepsut’s successor who conquered Nubia and parts of Mesopotamia and enriched the Empire. Captured people were enslaved and rebuilt Thebes.
Category 3 - Question 4

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Who was Thutmose II ?

Category 3 - Question 4
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Conquered people brought back to Egypt who were forced to work with no pay
Category 3 - Question 5
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What were slaves?
Category 3 - Question 5

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The Kingdom of Kush started out as this people of the Upper Nile Region in what is today The Sudan.

Category 4 Question 1

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What is Nubia?

Category 4 - Question 1

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Early Kingdom of Nubian villages on the Upper Nile which engaged in trading cattle, gold, ivory and enslaved people with Egypt.
Category 4 - Question 2

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What is Kerma?

Category 4 - Question 2

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The Egyptian Pharaoh who started a war against Kermose in the 1400’s BC
Category 4 - Question 3

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Who was Thutmose?

Category 4 - Question 3

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After the Kush Empire broke free from Egypt in about 850BC, it was the Kushite Capital along the Upper Nile on a trade route
Category 4 - Question 4

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What was Napata ?

Category 4 - Question 4
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The Kushite King who defeated Egypt and founded the 25th dynasty to rule both Egypt and Kush in 728BC and ruled from Napata
Category 4 - Question 5

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Who was Piye ?

Category 4 - Question 5

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System of writing in Ancient Egypt.
Category 5 - Question 1

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What is Hieroglyphics?

Category 5 - Question 1

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The plant used to make paper in ancient Egypt.

Category 5 - Question 2

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What is

Papyrus ?

Category 5 - Question 2
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The Northern part of Egypt which has the Nile Delta and the Pyramids

Category 5 - Question 3

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What is Lower Egypt ?
Category 5 - Question 3

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The southern part of Egypt, closer to Nubia and the Nile cataracts.

Category 5 - Question 4

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What is Upper Egypt ?

Category 5 - Question 4
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The 2 main rivers with colorful names which combine to make the Nile River.

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What are the White Nile and the Blue Nile ?

Category 5 - Question 5

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He was the Egyptian sun god.
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Who was Re ?

Category 6 - Question 1

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The goddess represented a loyal wife and mother

Category 6 - Question 2

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Who was Isis ?

Category 6 - Question 2

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He was the dog-faced god of embalming
Category 6 - Question 3

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Who was Anubis? Category 6 - Question 3

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The god of thunder and chaos
Category 6 - Question 4

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Who was SETH

Category 6 - Question 4
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The single god which Pharaoh Amenhotep tried to but failed to get Egyptians to worship

Category 6 - Question 5

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Who was Aton ?

Category 6 - Question 5

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Egyptian Archaeology
Final Jeopary Question

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He led the excavation which discovered tomb of Tutankhamen in 1922.
Final Jeopardy

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Who was Howard Carter.

Final Jeopardy
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