by Karys Vos
section A: Cultral Expression
Religion (belief in the afterlife)
Isis was linked to many different things. she was mostly related to protection, healing, motherhood, children, and nature. she was seen by the Egyptians as both a protector and mother of Pharaohs.
Isis is the daughter of Geb. she had two brothers Osiris and Set and a sister named Nephthys. she married her brother Osiris and had a son named horus. Set was jealous and killed Osiris but Isis brought Osiris back to life.
Isis was a member of a group of gods and goddesses called Ennead this group which was worshiped at Heliopolis. an Ancient Egyptian city, was made up of nine original gods and goddesses of Ancient Egypt, they were considered to be the most important gods and goddesses of the civilization.
they mummified people as well as animals the process to create a mummy properly can take up to 70 days. it is not only a physical procedure but the ancient Egyptians also involved their religious beliefs in the right way to create a mummy
1.the body must be purified and washed.
2.all internal organs were removed however they left the heart in place
3.they filled the body with a kind of stuffing so it looks normal
4.they had to dry the body out so they placed it in a naturally found substance called natron it was sort of like a salt
5.in 40-50 days they took the body out and replaced the stuffing with saw dust or linen.
Section B: cultural Expresson
Social Organization of Ancient Egypt
Role of the Pharaoh
1508 B.C-she was born
1473 B.C-she became Pharaoh
1458 B.C-she died she rained for 15 years. she served as queen with her husband Thutmose ll but after his death she took the role of Pharaoh
queen Hatshepsut rained for over 20 years along side her husband Thutmose ll but after his death claimed role of Pharaoh while acting as regent to her step son Thutmose lll she reigned peaceably building temples and monuments resulting in the flourish out Egypt
role of the Pyramids
The great Pyramid of giza
section C: central question
what made the Ancient Egyptian Culture unique?
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