Egyptian Ideas of the Future Life
In the pursuit of their amazingly complex vision of the afterlife, the ancient Egyptians created some of the most remarkable structures ever built by human hands. In Egyptian Ideas of the Future Life, famed Egyptologist and philologist E.A. Wallis Budge sets forth a comprehensive overview of the ancient culture's conception of the afterlife and the profound influence it exerted on virtually every aspect of Egyptian life.
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Aaru Abydos Amentet Anubis behold thy belief Byblos Chapters ofComing comest cometh creator dead deceased says Disk divine E. A. WALLIS BUDGE earth Egypt eternity everlastingness evil existence Eye of Horus father ﬂesh goddess gods Hail Hapi hath Hathor heart heaven Heliopolis Heracleopolis Hetep Homage to thee Horus Hunefer hymn ideas Isis Khepera Khnemu king live Maat Maati Meskhenet mighty mother Nebseni Nekhen Nephthys neter Nile ofComing Osiris Papyrus peace period Praise be unto prehistoric primeval Ptah religious texts Renenet resurrection right and truth Sekhet Sekhet-Aaru soul spirit spiritual body Sun-god symbol Tattu Tefnut Temu therein things Thoth thou art thou didst thou dost thou exalted Power thou hast thou lord thou risest thou shalt thou who art thy name thyself tomb Typho underworld unless thou tellest unto thee Vth dynasty words worship XVIIIth dynasty