History Quiz / History Hunt: Egypt

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Which canal is built between the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea?
Which President of Egypt overthrew the monarch in 1952?
Which President of Egypt was assassinated during a military parade in Cairo?
Which is the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World to still remain largely intact today?
What is the complex where Tutankhamun is buried called?
Which limestone statue of a mythical creature faces the Nile River?
Whose statues are at the front of the Temple at Abu Simbel?
Which Egyptian god has the head of a jackal?
What material was used as a writing surface in ancient Egypt?
Which of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World was located in Alexandria?
Which WWII battle in Egypt was a significant turning point in the Allies' favor?
Which empire captured Egypt in 1517?
Which Christian denomination was created following the Council of Chalcedon?
Which Egyptian pharaoh is known for her love affairs with Julius Caesar and Mark Antony?
Which archaeologist discovered Tutankhamun's tomb?
What was the region between Aswan and Khartoum known as?
Which stone tablet was found which allowed for the decryption of Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics?
Which dam was built to provide irrigation during periods of drought?
Which group ruled Egypt from 1250 to 1517?
Which country took Egypt as a protectorate between 1882 and 1953?
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