Chariot- an ancient two-wheeled vehicle used in war racing, processions, etc.
Fig- the small edible, pear-shaped fruit of a tree cultivated in warm climates.
Hieroglyphs- the Egyptian writing language.
Mummify- to preserve by embalming, drying, etc. to a dead body.
Necropolis- a large burial area for the dead, especially of an ancient city. this is also called a cemetery.
Nile- the longest river in the world. Located in Egypt.
Papyrus- a tall rush like aquatic plant of the sedge family found in Palestine, Ethiopia, etc., and formerly common in Egypt.
Pharaoh- an Egyptian king.
Sarcophagus- a stone coffin or tomb.
Scribe- one who writes or copies manuscripts.
Setnet- a game Egyptians enjoy playing.
Temple- a stately edifice consecrated to the worship of one or more deities.