Pharoah of Egypt, known as Ramesses II
Legs described without a body
A person who goes from place to place
A land with no trees, rivers, grass or sign of civilasitation
A literature technique of comparing something to a person
A person who writes in the way of rhymes and deeper meaning in truth
The block a figurine stands on with an inscription
A figurine of a large size
The land of the first pagans
A king of Egypt, chosen and created by the gods
The poet's first name
The poet's second name
The poet's last name
A describing word
When words are used to paint an image in one's mind
A poem structure for romantic poems
Something old and valuable that has historical importance.
Missing the body
Large barren landscape where very little can survive
A person's face
A mocking, cruel or contemptuous smile
An artist who makes sculptures or models
To have passed away or perished
To have teased, taunted or made fun of someone
A base or support on which a statue stands
The one known as 'King of Kings'
The complete loss or absence of hope
To rot, decompose or deteriorate
The remains of something (usually a building or vehicle) that has been badly damaged or destroyed
A collection of round granular particles usually found on beaches, riverbeds and deserts.
this kingdom stretched from the Atlantic to Lake Chad
large body of water that seperates Europe from Africa
according to the ancient Greeks this word meant not cold
these animals are known as the ships of the desert
largest desert located in Africa
country between Egypt and Algeria
kingdom had over 200,000 soldiers
island nation on the east coast of Africa
2nd largest continent
another name for grasslands
worth it's weight in gold
means hello in swahili
religion in african kingdom of Axum
city in Mali that was the center of learning
powerful ruler of Mali
city that Mansa Musa travelled to for his hajj
kingdom of Songhai extended from the Atlantic to lake
Songhi trading center that was located on the Niger river
ocean on the east coast of Africa
African kingdoms became wealthy because of
Name of poet_______.
What was the name of king?
The poem is set in a _______.
How is the nature of Ozymandias?
The tone of the poem is?
The sculptor was able to understand sculptor_______.
Whom did poet met?
What do you mean by ‘visage’?
What is the meaning of 'despair'?
What part of the statue still stood?
The longest river in the world
Many historians consider Menes to be Egypt's first ____________
People from rich and powerful families are called __________
Who was the most famous pharaoh of the Old Kingdom?
Specially treated bodies wrapped in cloth
The momuments used to bury their rulers were called _______
Statues with bodies of lions and heads of other animals or humans
Long-lasting paper like material made from reeds
Continent of Egypt
The god of the underworld
Life after death
One ruler who worked to increase Egyptian trade
Scribes and ___________wrote and produced goods
A mummy was kept in a case called a ___________
The earth god
Most egyptians were farmers, servants, or ________
People of wealth and power
The period during which Egypt reached the height of its power and glory
After the wars of the Middle Kingdom, Egypt created a professional ______
point of view