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Ancient Egypt


A mummy is a preserved corpse that, due to shielding from decomposition by either natural or artificial means

Egyptian Gods
Ancient Egyptian gods could manifest themselves in human form, like the god Ptah, or as animals, like the sacred bulls, or as a combination of human and animal

Myths are stories that become part of humanity's collective memory. They are said to represent the dreams of a society

The Soul
There are three elements to the Egyptian concept of the soul: Ka, Ba and Akh

Goddesses & Gods
Some images of ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses show them as if they were humans

The ancient Egyptians believed in the resurrection of the body and life everlasting. This belief was rooted in what they observed each day.

Royal Mortuary Temples
Royal Mortuary Temples were associated with pyramids. In them, the king was worshiped while he was alive and after he was dead

Gods and Goddesses
Egyptian gods symbolized aspects of life, human emotions and the physical world..

Gods and Religion in Ancient Egypt
The ancient Egyptians interpreted every occurrence in terms of the relationship between natural and supernatural forces.

Amulets are very much like lucky charms. They are personal ornaments, worn by the living, or placed on the bodies of the dead to bring the blessings of particular deities

Priests worked at the temples, conducting the daily rituals of clothing, feeding and putting to bed the sculpted images that represented the the deities to whom the temples were dedicated.

Egyptian Civilization - Religion
The depth of Egyptian thinking and the rich imagination displayed in the creation of ideas and images of the gods and goddesses...

Tomb Inscriptions and Curses
Most inscriptions in tombs tell the name of the deceased, and list his or her titles. Sometimes the inscription also tells us the names of the tomb owner's parents

Ancient Egyptian Religion
Egyptian civilisation was a highly religious centred one. The complex and elaborate belief in afterlife was the part and parcel of Egyptian religious life.

Life after Death
The ancient Egyptians’ attitude towards death was influenced by their belief in immortality. They regarded death as a temporary interruption, rather than the cessation of life.

The concept of kingship is a key to understanding the development of Egyptian civilization. In the Old Kingdom, kings were viewed as incarnate gods, the physical manifestation of the divine