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Cornell notes in word

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Cornell notes in word

  1. 1. Name: MarielleManlulu 8-73 Date: Febuary 16, 2012 CORNELL NOTETAKING S.S Ancient Egyptian—Religious and Spiritual Belief 7.83 Key Words Main Ideas/Supporting IdeasFour deitesimportant to allegyptians 1) Ra 2) Osiris 3) Isis 4) Anubis1) Ra Sun God Sailed across sky in papyrus Brought sun with him (explained sunrise/sunset)2) Osiris God of the underworld, vegetation, and floods King of the delta –farmers Murdered by brother seth Wife Isis reunited his body (14 pcs) Shown enthroned king3) Isis Wife of Osiris Collected Osiris’ (14 pcs) body over the earth and brought back to life Protector of children4) Anubis God of death Guardian of the tombs Represented as jackal Egyptians believe their soul judge by Anubis when died Anubis– “He Who Counts the Heart”5) Bes God of household Protector against snakes Aid to childbirth Linked, fertility, marriage, happiness, music, dancing Connections and Reflections Egyptians believed in god and goddesses. They have hundreds of (Summary) dieties and the four main dieties, are Ra, Osiris, Isis, Anubis.
  2. 2. Name: MarielleManlulu Date: Febuary 16, 2012 CORNELL NOTETAKINGCORNELL NOTETAKING S.S Ancient Egyptian—Religious and Spiritual Belief 7.83 Key Words Main Ideas/Supporting Ideas6) Anubis God of mummification (embalmed osiris) Guide to the next world Shown as a jackal or with a jackal head7)Sobek Water god Associated with fertility Crocodile headed man8) Horus Son of Osiris Falcon headed also as a child finger to his mouth9) Maat Goddest of truth and justice Symbol of balance in the universe Shown as a woman an ostrich feather in her head.10) Thoth Scribe of the gods, inventor, writing, controller of magic and magicians Shown with the heads of an ibis

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