New Kingdom Egypt: Amenhotep III to the Death of Ramses II Resource Book
NEW KINGDOM EGYPT: AMENHOTEP III TO THE DEATH OF RAMSES II RESOURCE BOOK
This unit “New Kingdom Egypt: Amenhotep III to the death of Ramses II” is suitable for students in the senior years of high school.
It contains detailed informational outlines, word finds, word jumbles, glossary lists, vocabulary, crosswords, mind-maps, cloze passages, source interpretations, true/false activities and extended writing and research tasks.
It is meant as a supplementary educational resource for high school courses in Ancient History.
It is written in a “dot point” or summary style with activities following each section. Many answers are contained on the next page.
It is relevant to high school teachers or students studying alone.
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Building Projects of Amenhotep III
Akhetaten, The New Capital
Layout of the City
Building Projects of Akhenaten
End of the Amarna Revolution
Building Projects of Tutankhamun
Building Projects of Horemheb
Establishment of the 19th Dynasty
Seti I Building Projects
Building Projects of Ramses II
The Battle of Qadesh
The Peace Treaty
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