Ancient Egypt and Nubia
Egypt and Nubia
Egypt and Nubia
Seat work
Students will quietly enter the room, find your
seats and discuss your three sticky notes on
pages 159-163 with your row group.
Central Question:
How where the interactions between Egypt and
Nubia both positive and negative for both
societies? (2.5c)
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Ancient Egypt and Nubia
Egypt and Nubia
Egypt and Nubia
Quiz show:
What country did trade bring Nubia closer to?
Egypt
When did Nubian Kings first conquer parts of
Egypt?
The 700’s B.C.
What was the name of the Nubian alphabet?
Meroitic script
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Ancient Egypt and Nubia
Egypt and Nubia
How are students and
teachers interdependent?
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Ancient Egypt and Nubia
Egypt and Nubia
Key Ideas
Trade led to cultural diffusion between Egypt
and neighboring lands.
Nubia had a close relationship with Egypt
and shared elements of its culture.
Nubia was also a unique African civilization
with its own accomplishments.
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Ancient Egypt and Nubia
Egypt and Nubia
Key Terms
commerce—buying and selling of goods and
services
ivory—hard white material made from elephant
tusks
interdependence—dependence by each
country or group on the other
Meroitic script—one of the world’s first
alphabets, invented in ancient Nubia
ebony—black wood from West Africa
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Ancient Egypt and Nubia
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Ancient Egypt and Nubia
Egypt and Nubia
Trade in Ancient Egypt
Why did Egypt need to trade
with other countries?
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Ancient Egypt and Nubia
Egypt and Nubia
Trade in the Nile Valley
Nubia supplied Egypt with gold and elephant tusks.
Egypt supplied Nubia with grain, cloth, papyrus,
glass, and jewelry.
This trade between the two nations created
interdependence.
Trade also brought closer contact and allowed the
two nations to influence each other. Nubians
adopted elements of Egyptian culture including
religion.
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Ancient Egypt and Nubia
Egypt and Nubia
The Land of Nubia
Cataracts made travel in Nubia difficult.
Nubia had less farming land than Egypt and traded
for food.
Nubia had closer contact with African peoples
south of the Sahara than Egypt.
Written records from Egypt and Nubia provide most
of the information we have about Nubia.
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Egypt and Nubia
Neighbors and Enemies
Following which pharaoh’s rule did
the new Kingdom grow weak?
How did Piye conquer Egypt?
Why did Nubian control of Egypt
come to an end?
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Egypt and Nubia
Nubian Civilization
After Egypt destroyed Napata, the Nubians
moved the capital city south to Meroë. Meroë
was located near iron deposits for ironworking
and along trade routes, increasing Nubia’s
wealth.
Nubian pyramids were steeper than Egyptian
ones but served the same purpose.
Candaces were powerful female rulers in Nubia.
The Meroitic script was one of the world’s first
alphabets.
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Ancient Egypt and Nubia
Rotations
Rotation 1
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Group 4
Research Station
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Rotation 2
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