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Senan k

on 9 April 2014

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The Egyptian Myths
The ancient Egyptians ruled Egypt and Africa from 3100 BC and their grip on Africa ended on 320 BC
Senan, Jacob and Josh presented, founded, produced, thought of, co-edited, co-co-edited and- (You get the point)made this prezi.

The place where this slide is almost marks the very precise spot where Egypt is. Egypt is a rich cultural landscape located in Northern Africa, its natural diversity is home to many myths and folktales.

The ancient Egyptians believed in many different Gods and Goddesses. Each one with their own role to play in maintaining peace and harmony across the land.
In Egypt and in many other countrys, beliefs are passed on to younger generations via storytelling.
There are many storys that the Egyptians would tell like

The ancient Egyptians believed that it was important to recognise and worship these Gods and Goddesses so that life continued smoothly.
The ancient Egyptians had many symbols to represent a thing these are some of the symbols.
Symbol of eternal life .
This symbol represents
the dead and the
When the pharoahs of egypt died the people would mummifie then. to keepm them preserved they would remove the eternal organs and they would keep the organs in canopic jars there are four types of jars. they were also wrapped and put spices on so they were preserved.
this jar is where the liver is kept
qubekh sennef
this jar is where the intestines is kept
White bit!
#spicy pharoahs
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