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Question 1: Some records of Amenhotep's international relations were preserved in the el ________ many of which were scattered before they could be protected properly.
HabiruAmarna letters–localities and their rulersAmarna lettersCanaan

Question 2: At this time a peace was reached with ________, Egypt's main adversary in Asia and during these two reigns Egypt enjoyed a further economic boom.
HurriansAssyriaMitanniShort chronology timeline

Question 3: ________ died before he was twenty years old, and the dynasty's final years, clearly, were shaky.
Amenhotep IIIAkhenatenNefertitiTutankhamun

Question 4: Amenhotep I probably left no male heir and the next Pharaoh, ________, seems to have been related to the royal family through marriage.
Thutmose IThutmose IIThutmose IIIAhmose I

Question 5: He also died childless and appointed his successor, ________, who ascended the throne in 1292 BC and was the first pharaoh of the Nineteenth Dynasty.
Ramesses IIAkhenatenRamesses ISeti I

Question 6: Ahmose finished the campaign to expel the ________ rulers and after his victory he continued his campaign into Asia, setting a precedent for most kings in the next five centuries.
Predynastic EgyptNew KingdomEgypt (Roman province)Hyksos

Question 7: The Eighteenth Dynasty (1550-1292 BC) is perhaps the best known of all the dynasties of ________.
Ancient EgyptPtolemaic KingdomNew KingdomAlexander the Great

Question 8: Amenhotep II was succeeded by Thutmose IV, who in his turn was followed by his son ________.
NefertitiAkhenatenTutankhamunAmenhotep III

Question 9: ________ who later became known as the greatest military pharaoh ever, also had a lengthy reign after becoming pharaoh.
Amenhotep IIIAhmose IHatshepsutThutmose III

Question 10: He had a second co-regency in his old age with his son by a minor wife who would become ________, when he succeeded him.
Thutmose IIIAhmose IAmenhotep IIAmenhotep III


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