mummified body

Amon, Amun, Ammon, AmounAmon, Amun, Ammon, Amoun
Amen's name means "The Hidden One." Amen was the patron deity of the city of Thebes from earliest times, and was viewed (along with his consort Amenet) as a primordial creation-deity by the priests of Hermopolis
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Egyptian MummiesEgyptian Mummies
It was important in their religion to preserve the dead body in as life-like a manner as possible. So successful were they that today we can view the mummified body of an Egyptian and have a good idea of what he or she looked like in life
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Egyptian Masks 3100 bc- 322 bcEgyptian Masks 3100 bc- 322 bc
Egyptians believed that the mummified body was a place for the spirit or ka to dwell in. The death mask would cover the mummified body, yet would allow the person’s ka to recognize their own body so that it may enter the body
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2. building materials of egypt and mesopotamia in Egypt settlements appeared later, around 3400 bc. Settlements had fortification walls with dwellings accessed by narrow alleys and courtyards or sometimes by way of roofs2. building materials of egypt and mesopotamia in Egypt settlements appeared later, around 3400 bc. Settlements had fortification walls with dwellings accessed by narrow alleys and courtyards or sometimes by way of roofs
The towns had more open form of layout with streets and defense walls. Around 5000 bc, the temple was first noticeable at Eridu indicating control by the ruling elite
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Preparation for death in ancient EgyptPreparation for death in ancient Egypt
Ancient Egyptians spent a considerable amount of time and money preparing for their death. They purchased funerary items, commissioned or bought a coffin and built a tomb that was often more elaborate than their lifetime home
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