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THE ANCIENT EGYPTIONS. By Aymun Kiani. Ancient Egyptians religion. Beliefs in the divine and in the afterlife were ingrained in ancient Egyptian civilization from its inception

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by aymun kiani

THE ANCIENT EGYPTIONS

By Aymun Kiani

ancient egyptians religion
Ancient Egyptians religion.
  • Beliefs in the divine and in the afterlife were ingrained in ancient Egyptian civilization from its inception
  • The Egyptian pantheon was populated by gods who had supernatural powers and were called on for help or protection. However, the gods were not always viewed as benevolent, and Egyptians believed they had to be appeased with offerings and prayers.
ancient egyptian marriage customs
Ancient Egyptian marriage customs
  • The ancient Egyptians held marriage as a sacred bond. The family was broken down into roles that each would play in order for things to run smoothly. The father was the one who would work all day. In smaller households the mother was in charge of all things pertaining to the house. Cooking, cleaning and watching the children were all her responsibilities. Egyptians seem to have taken mates in what most often appears to be lifelong monogamous relationships. marriage and a close family played an integral role in ancient Egypt.
  • A bride would be young, about 14 or 15 years old. Her husband could be anywhere from 17 to 20—or older if he was divorced or a widower. The ancient Egyptians were encouraged to marry young, considering that the life span at this time was relatively short.
ancient egyptians burial customs
Ancient Egyptians burial customs
  • The ancient Egyptians had an elaborate set of burial customs that they believed were necessary to ensure their immortality after death.
  • The burial process used by the ancient Egyptians evolved throughout time as old customs were discarded and new ones adopted, but several important elements of the process persisted. Although specific details changed over time, the preparation of the body, the magic rituals involved, and the grave goods provided were all essential parts of a proper Egyptian funeral.
ancient egyptian clothes
Ancient Egyptian clothes.
  • The ancient Egyptians wore light clothes made from linen.
  • Linen is made from flax - a plant which was grown along the Nile. 
  • Rich Egyptian men were able to afford the best quality linen which was very fine and almost see-through. Rich Egyptian men also wore as much jewellery as they could afford and decorated their clothes. They also wore headdresses for special occasions.
  • Egyptian women wore full length straight dresses with one or two shoulder straps. During the New Kingdom period it became fashionable for dresses to be pleated or draped. The dresses worn by rich Egyptian women were made from fine transparent linen. Like the men, rich Egyptian women decorated their clothes and wore jewellery andheaddresses.
  • Ancient Egyptian children did not wear clothes until they were about six years old when they would wear the same clothes as men and women.  
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