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Egyptian Mythology Fun Facts

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Egyptian Mythology
Beliefs about Khnum were directly related to the clay that the life-giving Nile brought during its yearly flooding.
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Egyptian Mythology
Isis resurrected Osiris after he was murdered by his brother Set, and the husband and wife had an heir named Horus.
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Egyptian Mythology
Anubis was likely depicted as having a jackal's head because jackals often scavenged near human cemeteries.
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Egyptian Mythology
To ancient Egyptians, mummification was essential to a soul's well-being in the afterlife. A nicer tomb and embalming process indicated a more well-off person.
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Egyptian Mythology
Thoth and Hermes delivered vital messages and acted as go-betweens for gods in disputes with each other.
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Egyptian Mythology
One of the chief Egyptian deities, Mut, often appeared as a cat or with a cat's head. She was considered the mother of all living things.
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Egyptian Mythology
Animals ranging from frogs to cobras were represented by various gods and goddesses.
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Egyptian Mythology
Unlike lesser gods, Ra was believed to be powerful enough to rule over the underworld, the Earth, and even the skies.
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Egyptian Mythology
In addition to her role in sunrise and sunset, Nut was believed to protect souls on their way to the afterlife. She was often painted on the lid of coffins or sarcophaguses.
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With his fearsome crocodile head, Sobek was viewed as a god with great power and military skill, as well as the ability to protect his followers from the dangers of the Nile River.