Egyptian Myths

By Jake Jackson

Myths, legends, folk tales and stories from around the world.


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In Ancient Egypt the Sun god Amen-Ra held sway, and the Pharaohs were declared direct descendants of Osiris. The Ancient Egyptians explained famine, harvest, floods and death by creating a pantheon of gods, and their rituals and ceremonies were designed to help citizens flourish in this world and the next. From the tale of ‘The Magician Teta’ to the story of ‘How Ra Came Into Being’ and the legends of gods such as Isis, Horus and Khnemu, this fascinating collection of tales, spells, hymns and histories gives the reader a glimpse of the ancient world and highlights the complex civilization that still captures our imagination today.

Part of a series on The World’s Greatest Myths and Legends, these books capture the mystery and drama of ancient legends through all the key stories and folk tales featuring gods, heroes, monsters and animals, as well as common themes such as creation, love, death and courage. Each book features an introduction to the history, landscapes, characters and culture of the mythology.

Category: Genre: Classics & Literature, Fiction sku: 9781839642746

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Weight 7.5 oz
Dimensions 8 × 5 × .75 in

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