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History of Egypt

Hapi, The Nile God

Hapi in the ancient Egyptian mythology is the god of the Nile River and the source of life of all the people, animals and plants Read More
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The Goddess Hathor

Hathor in the ancient Egyptian religion was presented as the Earth mother who was called in the Coffin Text “the Primeval or the Lady of Read More
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The God Khnum

Khnum is one of the ancient Egyptian gods who had been worshiped many years before the Pyramid Texts and was worshiped many centuries after Christ Read More
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The Triad of Memphis

Built by the kings of the First Dynasty, Memphis had been the capital city of Egypt around 3000 BC, after the unification of Upper and Read More
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The God of Fertility, Min

Min was the god of fertility in the ancient Egyptian mythology that had been deified in several centers throughout Egypt including Koptos and Panopolis probably Read More
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The Triad of Thebes

During the Middle Kingdom, (2133-1786 B.C), Thebes was regarded as the center of the political and religious affairs in Egypt and the center of the Read More
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Religious features 

The ancient Egyptians had a complex religious system that combined aspects of personal/family deities, city gods, and a very small number of national deities. The Read More
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The God Thuth

Despite of his indispensable role in the ancient Egyptian mythology, Thuth has never occupied the position of one of the members of the divine family Read More
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Magic in Ancient Egypt

The term “magic” as used here simply denotes the use of Supernatural means to produce desired effects. The power by which this was done was Read More
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Maat, The Goddess of Justice

Maat is one of the goddesses in the ancient Egyptian mythology that was regarded as a symbol for wisdom and justice and other moral values Read More
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Obelisks, The Pharaonic Skyscrapers

An obelisk is a four sided single piece of stone standing upright, gradually tapering as it rises and ending in a small pyramid called a Read More
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