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Ancient Egyptian codex deciphered, revealing 1,300-year-old spells and invocations

Ancient Egyptian codex deciphered, revealing 1,300-year-old spells and invocations

Today, we will be creating amazing educational crafts in every single subject. From science projects to math crafts to fun reading activities, we will delve into every lesson with a mind to create something spectacular. Join us on our journey into 39 Creative Lesson Ideas and Educational Crafts for Kids!

56 Creative Lesson Ideas and Educational Crafts for School Kids

Today, we will be creating amazing educational crafts in every single subject. From science projects to math crafts to fun reading activities, we will delve into every lesson with a mind to create something spectacular. Join us on our journey into 39 Creative Lesson Ideas and Educational Crafts for Kids!

The ancient Egyptians believed that when they died, they went to the Hall of Death, where Anubis weighed their heart against the feather of Ma’at (the Goddess of Justice), who would sit on top of the scale to make sure that the weighing was being done properly. If their heart was lighter than the feather, they would be able to live forever. If their heart was heavier than the feather, it was then eaten by by a demon called Ammit, the Destroyer.

The ancient Egyptians believed that when they died, they went to the Hall of Death, where Anubis weighed their heart against the feather of Ma’at (the Goddess of Justice), who would sit on top of the scale to make sure that the weighing was being done properly. If their heart was lighter than the feather, they would be able to live forever. If their heart was heavier than the feather, it was then eaten by by a demon called Ammit, the Destroyer.

François-Charles Cécile, The Pylons at the entrance to the Temple of Luxor (1800).

François-Charles Cécile, The Pylons at the entrance to the Temple of Luxor (1800).

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