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Maat Goddess of Truth and Justice

Maat Goddess of Truth and Justice

Egyptians believed that when you have passed the obstacles ma'at would appear. Ma'at is the goddess of Truth, and justice. A person would enter the room where Ma'at would be found, Ma'at would now give the approval for the person's final challenge.

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Egyptian Scarab - New Colonial

Egyptian Scarab - New Colonial

This heart scarab amulet was used in ancient times. They used this to cover the heart when they mummified the body that is dead. It is believed that the heart holds memory, emotion, and intelligence.

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Pharaoh - Wikipedia

Pharaoh - Wikipedia

I like this image because in egypt mythology believed that the pharaoh was one of the gods. Pharaohs wore gold, had a beard made of actual hair , and a crown that had a cobra on the edge of it. Most of the Kings had eye paint that went around the edge of the eye. Some pharaohs would pick and choose which god would be useful depending on their family issues. Some pharaohs have created some of the egyptian gods.

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Ancient Egypt: Religion, Myths, Gods, and Symbols

Ancient Egypt: Religion, Myths, Gods, and Symbols

I like this video because it tells you about the religion of egyptians. Tells you the gods of the egyptians and myths and symbols of them. Even pharaohs were considered as gods.

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The Egyptian Book of the Dead: A guidebook for the underworld - Tejal Gala

The Egyptian Book of the Dead: A guidebook for the underworld - Tejal Gala

I like this video because it tells you how to navigate the underworld if you were an egyptian. This story is also true. The british museums holds the adventures of ani that lived in the afterlife and completed challenges to get there. The british museum had the story of ani from 1888 to this very day.

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Nut (goddess) - Wikipedia

Nut (goddess) - Wikipedia

I like this image because it tell that Nut was the sky goddesses sister. She was the mother of iris. She often dressed in stars on her dress.

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Memphis Egypt

Memphis Egypt

I like this video because it tells that During long ago egyptian gods have been on the earth. Human beings have built these temples to give a home to gods and goddess. Most gods and goddess has a head of a animal and a body of a human.

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‘Mut | Egyptian Gods, Goddesses, and Deities’ Canvas Print by FreshThreadShop

‘Mut | Egyptian Gods, Goddesses, and Deities’ Canvas Print by FreshThreadShop

I like this image because by looking at it , it tells you that Mut is the sky goddess. Egypt have believed that she was the mother goddess. Her symbol was the vulture. Mut is the sister of nut.

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Ancient Egyptian Gods and Goddesses: Anubis Facts - Primary Facts

Ancient Egyptian Gods and Goddesses: Anubis Facts - Primary Facts

I like this image because it tells you that Anubis was known for the goddess of death. Anubis is also the son of Ra. Anubis is the goddess of death ,but wears a jackal head. Anubis would weigh the heart of the person wanting to go to the afterlife with a pure ostrich feather.

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Ra - Wikipedia

Ra - Wikipedia

I like this image because it tells you that all the time egypt queens and kings loved to wear gold. The reason they loved to wear gold is because that gold represented the sun. The sun was Ra because in egyptian mythology Ra was the one that created all life on earth.

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