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Ancient Egypt: the Mythology - Scarab Beetle
Appearance: The particular species of beetle represented in the numerous ancient Egyptian amulets and works of art was commonly the large sacred scarab ...
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Ancient Egypt: the Mythology - Cartouche
Appearance: The cartouche is an elongated version of the shen ring. The Egyptian name for the cartouche, shenu, is derived from the same verb, ...
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Ancient Egypt: the Mythology - Buto
Buto was a cobra-goddess whose original home and cult center was in the ... Buto did not just protect Egypt, she also was an aggressive defender of the king ...
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Ancient Egypt: the Mythology - Re
Symbols: Bennu (phoenix), obelisk, pyramid, Udjat (Eye of Horus), sun, falcon, bull ... As the sun set the boat Re used was a small barge called "Semektet" ...
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Ancient Egypt: the Mythology - <em>The Mummy</em>: What They Got Wrong
(the rising sun revealed Hamunaptra). The Egyptians believed the afterlife was in the West due to the wide, uncrossable, expanse of desert that marked their ...
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Ancient Egypt: the Mythology - <em>The Mummy</em>: What They Got Wrong
Any "city of the dead" would be in the West, not in the east. (the rising sun revealed Hamunaptra). The Egyptians believed the afterlife was in the West due ...
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Ancient Egypt: the Mythology - The Life of the Rich
The wealthy Egyptian loved to give a good "beer house", as he called a dinner party ... Wealthy Egyptians built beautiful. spacious homes of brick and wood. ...
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Ancient Egypt: the Mythology
Ancient Egypt: the Mythology is *the* most comprehensive site on ancient Egyptian mythology on the web. It features over 40 gods and goddesses, ...
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Ancient Egypt: the Mythology - Hapi
Hapi is the ancient Egyptian god of the Nile. He is ancient not only to us of ... As a god of the northern Nile, Hapi was depicted wearing papyrus plants, ...
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Ancient Egypt: the Mythology - Imhotep
In art, Imhotep was portrayed as a priest with a shaven head, seated and holding a papyrus roll. Occasionally he was shown clothed in the archaic costume of ...
 
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