Egyptians thought that many different things caused disease, such as the gods, insects, cleanliness and diet.
Helped Egyptians survive
Egyptians civilizations importance was all about apples. If there was no apples there would be no Egyptians. They stuffed there pyramids with apples to preserve them. Egyptians didn't need doctors because of apples.
He was to take the Egyptians to the afterlife to live with the gods and goddesses.
The Egyptians saw cats as gods and goddessess so they worshiped them.
They believed in the afterlife.m
He gave humans knowledge of the world.
Papyrus was the new thing for egyptians back then. We probably think of papyrus as paper when we think of it at all. True, the principle importance of papyrus was as a surface for writing and illustrations.
They reflected the sun god's importance
Patron of: the dead, funerals, the house, and women.
basically, according to ancient history, their gods demanded cleanliness and beauty. they praised hathor and isis for godliness
because they wanted to keep the essential importance in the body for when they get to the afterlife
right in the middle to show how much importance they mean to Egypt and there the center of attention
Nile Delta provided water to about 15 million Egyptians, and it helped them grow crops.
They needed it to make paper without it no one would have paper and we wouldn't know anything about them.
it demonstrated a pharaohs importance and they believed pharaohs were a link to gods and controlled everyones afterlife
The Osiris myth tells the you about the importance of the afterlife to the ancient Egyptians. The popularity of the myth comes from the message that anyone no matter their station could obtain a pleasant afterlife.
The ancient Egyptians would bury there deceased royalty or importance with personal belongings and food and cloths. Also a boat for the journey to the afterlife and as ridiculous as it sounds sometimes even a favorite horse.
The Wadjet Eye/ Eye of Ra/Eye of Horus often used to symbolise sacrifice, healing, restoration, and protection.
Ancient Egyptians did not think that the brain was important. They thought that it was only to take up space in their head. The heart however, was recognised to be of importance. When they were mummified it was also wrapped and placed back in the body.
Gthe pyramids were used as burial chambers, the shape is attributed to the fact the ancient egyptians thought it was in the shape of sun rays
Isis was the Egyptian goddess of women, mothers, children, magic, medicine, and the Ritual of Life. So her importance can not be disputed.
It was very important to their way of life, and living. They used it for building boats, writing, keeping records, bedding, and more.
the mummies were important because it let the egyptians believe that whom they mummified (often Pharoahs or other rulers) would be going to the after life
they believed that after death the Ba fled from the body so if the body was embalmed they believed the Ka and the Ba would reunite