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What were the effects of gods and goddesses on Egyptian life?. By Jordan, Tim, and Sammy November 2004. This slideshow presentation will discuss the following four aspects:. Pantheon Religion Nature Daily life. Greater Gods. Amun and Ra Amun-Ra Osiris Isis Seth Anubis Thoth

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What were the effects of gods and goddesses on egyptian life

What were the effects of gods and goddesses on Egyptian life?

By Jordan, Tim, and Sammy November 2004


This slideshow presentation will discuss the following four aspects
This slideshow presentation will discuss the following four aspects:

  • Pantheon

  • Religion

  • Nature

  • Daily life


Greater gods
Greater Gods aspects:

Amun and Ra

Amun-Ra

Osiris

Isis

Seth

Anubis

Thoth

Bastet

Horus


Lesser gods
Lesser gods aspects:

  • Apep: Giant serpent that attacks the sun.

  • Ba & Ka: Soul & Spirit

  • Meresger: snake goddess

  • Sobek: protector of the Nile.

  • Serket: Scorpion goddess, protector of canopic jars.

  • Aton: Little known sun god

  • Ptah: God of craftsmen

  • Bes: Dwarf god of luck.

  • Twaret: Protector of pregnant women.

  • Sekhmet: Lesser Goddess of war


Religion
Religion aspects:

  • Ra’s eye decided to leave, and the eye cried and made the first people.

  • Sun was a god born each day and died each night.

  • Baby shaped on Khnum’s potters wheel.


The beginning
The Beginning aspects:

  • Cold waters Nun.

  • The hill Ben-Ben.

  • Ra stood on Ben-Ben.

  • Spat out Shu and Tefnut.

  • Geb and Nut.

  • Isis, Osiris, Seth, Nephthys.

  • That is where the Egyptian pantheon starts.


Nature
Nature aspects:

  • Watery catastrophes

  • Nile flood.

  • Earthquakes


Daily life
Daily Life aspects:

  • Farming

  • Hieroglyphics

  • Mummification


Interesting facts
Interesting Facts aspects:

  • Eating donkey flesh

  • Sitting on a tree

  • Looking in deep well

  • Eating eggs

  • Shaving eyebrows


Skills we gained by doing this project
Skills we Gained by Doing This Project aspects:

  • Teamwork

  • Patience

  • Spelling things correctly


References
References aspects:

  • Social Studies Book

  • Margaret Drover Egyptian Mythology. London: Octopus Books Limited 1972

  • Everyday learning Company Ancient Egypt. U.S.A.: Everyday Learning 1999

  • http://www.ancientegypt.co.uk/menu.html