|A branch of anthropologic science that studies people, objects, and animals from prehistoric times
|A small piece of jewelry or an ornament that is thought to offer protection against disease, danger, and evil
|A special symbol in Egypt that resembles a cross with a loop at the top
|To leave a mark on someone or something that is permanent
|The fourth letter of the Greek alphabet, a triangular shape, the fourth in a series
|A succession of people who are often related that play a prominent role in that field or society
|A minister, priest, or cleric; a religious person in charge
|The study of the culture and artifacts of ancient Egypt
|Preservation of a corpse from decay, usually with spices and perfume
|The part of a Muslim household reserved for only wives, servants, and concubines; all the wives and concubines of a polygamous man
|A picture of an object that represents a word, syllable, or sound that is often found in ancient Egyptian writings.
|A material from ancient Egypt that is made from the stem of a water plant and turned into sheets. The sheets were then used for writing or painting.
|A place or area that is considered holy because it is associated with s divinity, relic, or sacred person.
|An ancient Egyptian stone that has the body of a lion, a human head or an animal head. There is one large Sphinx statue.