Religion of the Ancient Egyptians
Adamant Media, 2001 - 362 pages
This far-reaching, highly readable study presents a factual account of ancient Egypt's principal deities, myths, religious ideas, and doctrines - with particular emphasis on such concepts of historical significance as a profound dedication to recording their rich history and belief in an afterlife.
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