natural salt used in the mummification process that dries out dead bodies and their internal organs.
Kingdom: term to describe the period in Egypt from 1550 B.C. -1070 B.C.
paper made of papyrus reeds (very delicate) that Egyptians used to write on.
a decoration or ornament worn on the chest.
Pharaoh: term we use today to describe the ruler of ancient Egypt.
It is a Greek word that is from an Egyptian word that meant great
a cone-shaped building that Egyptians built for their king.
Red Crown: crown
worn by the pharaoh of Lower Egypt that has a coil in the front.
a sticky, thick fluid that is produced by trees and plants.
large box made of stone or wood that coffins are placed in.
the statue with the head of a man and the body of a lion.
Temple: building in
which a god/gods are worshipped.
a place in which a corpse is buried.
Arm: was used to transport blocks and made out of heavy timber. It had a central post and one short arm and one long
White Crown: crown
worn by the pharaoh of Upper Egypt that is tall and rounded with a small bump on the top.