they did stuff
They lived in their temples
poo al day
Where ancient egyptian kings were buried
work men and priests
yes to worship gods
they ate wine and bread
cuddle their mum
Anubis was a god of the ancient Egyptian religion, he did not die so was not buried.
Ancient egyptian priests were given no respect at all. they were brutally killed by soldiers or other higher social classes then them. For safety the priest would hide in cupboards and eat curry.
Priests in Ancient Egypt were required to wear a white linen garb and white sandals.
The ancient Egyptian god Anubis was never buried in mythology.
In Ancient Egyptian times peasants were buried in the ground. Some were buried in the mud brick tombs that surround the pyramids if they had died while helping to construct the pyramids.
the priests were there to give the mummy a blessing before they officially buried it.
The ancient Egyptian pyramids are used as tourist attractions for Egypt. The pyramids also serve as historical references of the ancient Egyptian Pharaohs that were buried in them.
there were many ancient Egyptian jobs including farmers,priests,craftspeople,blacksmiths,jewelers, animal breeders,scribes,pharaohs, bakers,artists
Egyptian coffins were where you had your loved ones buried in.(If you could afford it). And all Egyptians of the royal family bloodline were buried in them. And tey are called sarcofegifs.
Ancient Egyptian Priests got 20 gold pieces a day and 200 gold pieces for performing a ritual for a dead person
The ancient Egyptian ruler was considered to be a living god, so naturally he outranked the priesthood and everyone else.
what collection of spells was with buried with an ancient Egyptian mummy
Often, priests who embalmed the bodies of the ancient Egyptian dead.
Ancient Egyptian JobsThe Pyramid of PowerJobs relating to the Government of EgyptAncient Egyptian ScribesAncient Egyptian Priests / Priestesses and AstrologersAncient Egyptian Engineers and ArchitectsAncient Egyptian Builders and ArtistsAncient Egyptian SoldiersAncient Egyptian Manual Laborers, Fishermen and FarmersAncient Egyptian Camel Breeders
the ancient priests of egypt ate, fish, wine, bread, beer, turnups, garlic, and sometimes figs.