Why was the doorway between Egyptian statues so important?
A false door symbolised the entry between the living world and the world of the dead and provided a place for family offerings.
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because it took the men who built it a long time and because that remindes them that they are a free state
It's a very symbolic political figure that is in New York.
The people thought of the pharaohs as living gods.
because they can walk miles without water
Papyrus was imporatant to the ancient Egyptians because it was used to make papyrus paper. And many Egyptians used papyrus paper to send messages.
This could be like saying "Why was religion important to the Egyptians?" or even "Why is religion important to modern Americans?" It simply is. There was a short period when P…haraoh Akhenaten imposed monotheism in the 14th century BCE. The economic distress that occurred at the end of his reign was seen as a warning from the gods and his successor restored the ancient beliefs. Polytheism having been restored, Egypt prospered.
The people of the Nile river thought alligators were like some kind of gods. The people worshiped them and they thought that the Nile river flooded because of the alligator. … They were crocodiles actually
They thought that the afterlife was a happy and peaceful place.
Sekhmet was the Eye of Ra, a goddess of divine retribution, vengeance, and conquest.
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The flooding of the Nile River turned the banks into marsh-like areas perfect for farming their crops.
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so that they could make pyramids
A status signifies that current stability and competitiveness of a business. So having a status implies and shows the current state of a certain business in terms of competiti…veness and reliability.
Anubis was the Egyptian god of embalming after death; and guide, protector and tester of the dead on the journey through the Duat (underworld).