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New Kingdom of Ancient Egypt - Chapter Summary
This collection of study resources helps you review the history of ancient Egypt's New Kingdom. As you work through the chapter, you'll review this era's historical timeline and examine the pharaohs, temples and geographical setting of the New Kingdom. After studying these lessons, you'll be equipped to:
- Summarize the timeline of ancient Egypt's New Kingdom
- Understand the New Kingdom's geography
- Explain the nature of imperialism during the New Kingdom
- Name the pharaohs and major developments of the New Kingdom
- Outline the history of ancient Thebes
These short lessons are taught by expert history instructors who break down important historical topics in a way that's easy to understand and remember. To help you retain the information you study, we've included self-assessment quizzes following each lesson. Our instructors are available to answer your questions, and you can access the chapter material on any device that has an Internet connection.
1. New Kingdom Egypt: Geography & Facts
Egypt has a very long history, but many of the things we associate with ancient Egypt came from the same era. In this lesson, we'll look at the New Kingdom and see how geography impacted its' development.
2. New Kingdom Egypt Imperialism
A lot of important changes happened in Egypt during the New Kingdom. In this lesson, we're going to see how the rise of imperialism in Egypt reshaped the Mediterranean.
3. The New Kingdom of Egypt: Pharaohs, Temples & Timeline
The New Kingdom was Ancient Egypt's age of empire; Egyptian pharaohs expanded their control into Syro-Palestine, and the Valley of the Kings was initiated. This lesson offers a timeline and discusses major developments in New Kingdom history.
4. Ancient Thebes: History & Facts
In this lesson we will explore the ancient Egyptian city of Thebes. As one of the primary cities of ancient Egypt, Thebes saw several periods of growth and decline in its history, and it featured an enormous necropolis, now a UNESCO world heritage site.
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Other chapters within the HSC Ancient History: Exam Prep & Syllabus course
- Cities of Vesuvius: Pompeii & Herculaneum
- Old Kingdom of Ancient Egypt
- Ancient Egyptian Economy & Society
- Ancient Egyptian Culture & Customs
- Important Ancient Egyptian Personalities
- Ancient Assyria Overview
- Israel & Judah from Solomon to the Fall of Jerusalem
- Ancient Israel Overview
- Important Near East Personalities
- Persia from Cyrus II to Darius III
- Ancient Persia Overview
- Ancient Minoans
- Mycenaean Civilization
- Ancient Greece from 500-399 BC
- Ancient Greece: Athens Overview
- Ancient Greece: Sparta Overview
- 4th Century Greece Till the Death of Philip II of Macedon
- Important Ancient Greek Personalities
- Ancient Rome from 264 to 31 BC
- Ancient Rome from 44 BC to AD 235
- Important Ancient Roman Personalities
- HSC Ancient History Flashcards