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Course Title[Course Code]:Ancient Egyptian civilization, "religion"[ARCH 2221]

Faculty: Arts
Department: History
Program: Archaeology
Compulsory / Elective:Compulsory
Undergraduate(Second Year-Second Semester)
Lecture:( 3 ) Practical / Clinical:( - ) Tutorial:( - )

Course Description:
The course aims at introducing the Represent religion in its entirety lifeblood in Pharaonic Egypt and the main engine for the movement of society where all directives. The study addresses the following aspects: The concept of religion and the gods when the ancient Egyptians. Doctrines of resurrection and immortality. Perceptions and theories of the creation of the world. Aton Worship as distinct religious movement Religious books and evolution through Paranoiac times. Divining Service temples. Gods and folk beliefs Divine property and ancestor worship Ideological influences between Egypt and its neighbors and the impact of beliefs in Pharaonic Egypt historic followed eras from historical in Egypt.