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Egypt -- Religion

30 B.C.-640 A.D. (1)
640-1250 (1)

View Resource Ancient Egypt: the Mythology

This Website, "dedicated to supplying information about the religious beliefs of ancient Egypt," offers internally linked essays and descriptions from scholarly sources detailing the relationship between the land and ancient beliefs; glossaries with healthy descriptions of the deities and symbols; and eighteen prominent mythological stories of Ancient Egypt. An annotated list of about a dozen...
View Resource Eternal Egypt

Available in English, French, and Arabic, Eternal Egypt is a website with a wealth of information on "the artifacts, characters, and places that together comprise the wonder that is Eternal Egypt." The website is organized so visitors can choose between a guided tour, begin with one of the cultural highlights (such as The Temple of Luxor or Part of a Wall of a Tomb), or simply explore and...
View Resource Death Dogs: the Jackal Gods of Ancient Egypt

From the Kelsey Museum of Archeology at the University of Michigan comes this online exhibit about jackal gods, which are "among the most recognizable and vivid symbols of ancient Egypt." This exhibit was curated by a team headed by Terry G. Wilfong, Director and Curator for Graeco-Roman Egypt at the Kelsey. Through this exhibit, visitors can learn more about how jackal gods were connected to...