Were the Egyptians preoccupied with death?
Various characteristics of ancient Egyptian culture have intrigued historians and archaeologists, especially the values and practices concerning death. An exploration of religion, law and art could suggest that the ancient Egyptians were preoccupied with death. Further exploration reveals that this is not really the case and that the ancient Egyptians were essentially preoccupied with the afterlife and religion.
There is a great deal of evidence which exists which agrees with the suggestion that the ancient Egyptians were preoccupied death. The ancient Egyptians believed that paintings, c…
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