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Gods and Goddesses

Page history last edited by mltherrien 13 years, 6 months ago

Who were the Gods of Ancient Egypt? The Egyptians worshiped several gods who had various responsibilities. Let's find out who the most important gods were and why they were important. Go to the following sites and see what each of the gods looked like and what they did for the Egyptian people.

 

  • Who were the most important Gods and Godesses to the Ancient Egyptians?
  • What did they look like?
  • What were their responsibilities?
  • What is their origin?

This is an interactive website explaining how the Gods began. 

 

Click here to see pictures of each of the important Gods and to find out their importance.

 

Explore this website to see coloured pictures and hieroglyphics for each God.

 

To learn out about Amun of Karnak click here.  Be sure to look for the button that will let you listen while you read.  Also, for a closer look, be sure to zoom in on the Statue of Amun.


Your task:

  • Choose one of the many Gods that you have now learned about
  • Do a large diagram of this god
  • Colour your diagram in pencil crayon using the colours shown on the various websites
  • Be sure to put the God's name as the title at the top of your page using a letter set
  • Down the right side of your paper write your God's name in heiroglyhics and colour the name
  • At the bottom of the page give information about your God including his/her role, appearance, history, relationship to other Gods
  • Be sure to put your name in the bottom-right corner of your paper

 

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