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They were called Pharaohs

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The ancient Egyptians.


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How many ancient Egyptian gods were there?

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What is the name of the Ancient Egyptian religion where they worshiped many gods?

Ancient Egyptians did not have a term for what we would call "polytheism" since everyone was polytheist at that time. The Egyptians had no concept of monotheism, atheism, or henotheism with which to contrast their belief. As for what they called their religion, they called it "Kemet", which was the Ancient Egyptian word for "Egyptian". To them, there was no distinction between the Egyptian people and the Egyptian religion. Those who worshiped other gods or pantheons in Egypt were simply not Egyptians, but foreigners.

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