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A print-and-play word find game featuring words and names related to this inner coffin of Ankhshepenwepet, ca. 712–664 B.C. Click on the button below or the big image for the printable PDF.
The original Egyptian coffin of Ankhshepenwepet image comes courtesy of the Open Access program at The Metropolitan Museum of Art - learn more about this Egyptian coffin here.
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Also, a few explanations about the words and names included in this game: Ankhshepenwepet, for whom this coffin was made, was a singer and attendant to Shepenupet, and was buried in a tomb within Hatshepsut's temple. Hatshepsut was very interesting in her own right, in that she was the sixth pharaoh of the 18th dynasty, and one of the few - and by far the most successful - women to rule Egypt as pharaoh (according to this article at the Smithsonian).