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Mythical Egyptian Beasts . By Nicolas Neal, Grade 5. Main Monsters of A ncient Egypt . Griffin Serpopard Jackal Sphinx Dragon . Facts About C reatures.

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Mythical egyptian beasts

Mythical Egyptian Beasts

By Nicolas Neal, Grade 5


Main monsters of a ncient egypt
Main Monsters of Ancient Egypt

  • Griffin

  • Serpopard

  • Jackal

  • Sphinx

  • Dragon


Facts about c reatures
Facts About Creatures

  • The serpopard had a feline body, a very long neck, and the head of a leopard. Their necks were intertwined (but not always).

  • Griffins had a stout feline body and the head of a falcon on a short neck. They were most often winged, but not always.

  • Another fantastic animal of ancient Egypt was a double-headed bull, which was pictured once on both a palette and a magic wand.


More facts a bout c reatures
More Facts About Creatures

  • The jackal was a weird version of a dog that could stand on its legs.

  • The sphinx was half-woman, half-lion. She was creepy and weird.


M ore facts
More Facts

  • The phoenix, hidden in a faraway land, was a bird that laid no eggs and had no young. The phoenix was the bird of fire.

  • Mummies were people in legend that would walk around tombs. They were wrapped in cloth.

  • The dragon was an unholy offspring of death and fire.


Resources
Resources

  • http://mythortruth.com/

  • http://www.mythical-creatures-and-beasts.com/mythical-creatures.html

  • http://www.touregypt.net/


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