Monday, January 30, 2017

Ancient Egypt Map

Here are the places you should be able to locate on a blank map:

Open your atlas to page 115 (Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East) and look closely at the areas of Israel, Egypt, Sudan, Jordan, Syria, Libya, and Lebanon.

Label the following places clearly, then copy the list of places on the back. Be sure your map has your name on it!

The dotted line represents when the Egyptian Empire was at its greatest size, in the time of the Pharaoh Ramses the Great.


Click the map for a larger version

Water
Mediterranean Sea
Red Sea
Dead Sea

Nile River
Euphrates River
Jordan River
White Nile
Blue Nile

First, Second, Third, and Fourth Cataracts


Cities
Alexandria
Giza
Memphis
Thebes
Aswan High Dam (modern, on the 1st cataract)
Khartoum
What a completed map should look like: Click for a larger version.


Territories
Anatolia
Palestine
Syria

Lower Egypt
Upper Egypt
Nubia

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