|Statement||Sarah Quie ; illustrations by Francesca D"Ottavi ... [et al.].|
|Series||Myths & civilization series|
|Contributions||Quie, Sarah., D"Ottavi, Francesca, ill.|
|LC Classifications||DT61 .Q55 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||00064133|
Get this from a library! Myths and civilization of the ancient Egyptians. [Sarah Quie; Francesca D'Ottavi] -- Combines ancient Egyptian mythology with information on Egyptian culture and history. Each section begins with an ancient Egyptian myth, and this is followed by a non-fiction spread centred on. Religion In Ancient Egypt. The widely believed myths about Ancient Egypt is that they weren't black and African. The wildest claim is that the Northeast Africans can’t be and aren’t black, thou ancient Egyptians were a black people in situ, meaning black people with their o. Ancient Egyptian Myths (Ancient Egyptian Civilization) [Kristine Carlson Asselin, Jen Houser Wegner Ph.D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. How did the Earth form? Why is it dark at night? Why do people get sick? Ancient Egyptians used myths to describe things they couldn't explain. Discover how Egyptians used myths to make sense of their world.
Probably the best resource for ancient Egyptian myths and legends. Like Garry Shaws book, The Egyptian Myths, it lays out the key myths clearly and lucidly, whilst also providing discussion about the roles of the gods.I would rate it equal to Shaws book, but the advantage it holds is that it is a much more recent publication, and thus more up to date with current discoveries/5. Myths of ancient Egypt were not just mere stories they were the observation of a very intellectual and imaginative group who saw meaning and reason in every aspect of their life. Ancient Egyptians saw god’s divinity in everything like the setting and rising of the sun, the flooding of the Nile River, the desert, the changing climate, wars. Lewis Spence's Ancient Egyptian Myths and Legends was originally published in , seven years before the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun. Spence, a folklorist and student of the occult, approaches Egyptian myth in terms of the then-relatively-new study of world mythology; his debt to James Frazer's The Golden Bough is evident, as is his /5. Myths and Civilization of the Ancient Egyptians (Book): Quie, Sarah: Shows how the mythology and civilization of the ancient Egyptians were intertwined.
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