Egyptian Mythology

Did Egyptians worship greek gods?

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Egyptians worshipped their own gods, Egyptian gods.They weren't Greek, but their gods were similar

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No, the ancient Egyptians did not have to worship their gods and goddesses, it was a part of their faith and belief that they chose to.

they worshipped their gods in temples

Most Egyptians today are Muslim.

They worshipped gods of Death, the Sun, and other gods.

Like the Greek and Roman gods and goddesses, Egyptians had their own. The Greeks Zeus would be the Egyptians Ra, the sun god. Egyptians were also known to worship cats and believe their rulers were "in touch" with the gods.

Egyptians did not worship dogs they worshiped Gods and pharohs

Yes, in some parts of Egypt people still worship the ancient gods

They sacrificed animalsthey prayed

In their homes, at temples, and shrines.

They had many different gods eg god of the nile

Many Gods. They had around 490 Gods.

The Olympics were created to worship the Greek gods.

The Egyptians worshiped the 114 Gods of EGYPT by the way of statues and images

They built art; temples, statues, shrines, mosaics, and the very pyramids could have been made by Egyptians to worship their gods.

Most Egyptians are either Muslim or Christian today, so they only worship the One God.

No there are not. Greek Gods are treated as mythology these days and not seen as something to worship to.

Through worship and ritualistic sacrifice.

All societies worship gods - either one god or many.

The Egyptian gods and goddesses have yet to be fully found and counted.

temples dedicated to the certain god

Through ritualistic sacrifice and worship.

in temples made especially for each god.

They made offerings and sacrifices, even in their tombs.


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