Ancient Egypt - Old Kingdom
1. Around how long did the Old Kingdom time period last?
a. 50 years
b. 100 years
c. 400 years
d. 800 years
e. Over 1000 years
2. What do historians call the time period before the Old Kingdom?
a. Early Dynastic Period
b. Roman Period
c. New Kingdom
d. Greek Period
e. Middle Kingdom
3. What Egyptian dynasty is generally considered to be the start of the Old Kingdom?
4. What was the governor of an Egyptian nome called?
5. True or False: The Old Kingdom is famous for building pyramids and the Great Sphinx.
6. Who was considered both the head of the government and the Egyptian religion?
7. What was the first pyramid built by the Ancient Egyptians?
a. Pyramid of Khafre
b. Pyramid of Khufu
c. Pyramid of Djoser
d. Pyramid of Giza
e. Red Pyramid
8. What was the capital city of Egypt during the Old Kingdom period?
9. What do historians call the time period that occurred right after the Old Kingdom?
a. Next Period
b. New Kingdom
c. 1st Intermediate Period
d. Late Period
e. Ottoman Period
10. True or False: In the Egyptian religion, Pharaoh was considered a god.
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