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Other: Above is a Shabti. A shabti is a "helper in the afterlife." It was told that Shabties were buried with people in their tombs. Once in their afterlife, if needed help with getting things done, they would come to life and help you.

Other: Above is a Shabti. A shabti is a "helper in the afterlife." It was told that Shabties were buried with people in their tombs. Once in their afterlife, if needed help with getting things done, they would come to life and help you.

Art: The picture on the wall is a fragment from tomb of Amenemhet and his wife, Hemet. It is a picture of Amenemhet and his wife with food and drink to sustain them in the afterlife.

Art: The picture on the wall is a fragment from tomb of Amenemhet and his wife, Hemet. It is a picture of Amenemhet and his wife with food and drink to sustain them in the afterlife.

Religion: Coffin Texts are magical funerary spells written upon coffins of the Middle Kingdom. In order to survive the "journey" to the underworld, people believed they needed Coffin Texts. This became a big phenomena in the Middle Kingdom.

Religion: Coffin Texts are magical funerary spells written upon coffins of the Middle Kingdom. In order to survive the "journey" to the underworld, people believed they needed Coffin Texts. This became a big phenomena in the Middle Kingdom.

Other: A sarcophagus is a stone casket used to bury important people such as pharaohs. In the Middle Kingdom, Coffin Texts were inscribed on them to help with an easy transition into the afterlife.

Other: A sarcophagus is a stone casket used to bury important people such as pharaohs. In the Middle Kingdom, Coffin Texts were inscribed on them to help with an easy transition into the afterlife.

Emerald Tablet Pendant Silver and Gold - Emerald Tablet of Hermes holds the secret of the Prima Materia with Ouroborus and Monad Symbols. The Emerald Tablet Pendant The Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus is one of the most mysterious, cryptic and enigmatic texts.  The text is actually derived from the Hermetic tradition - an ancient Greek and Egyptian philosophical texts which are attributed to the mysterious figure known as Hermes Trismegistus.

Emerald Tablet Pendant Silver and Gold - Emerald Tablet of Hermes holds the secret of the Prima Materia with Ouroborus and Monad Symbols. The Emerald Tablet Pendant The Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus is one of the most mysterious, cryptic and enigmatic texts. The text is actually derived from the Hermetic tradition - an ancient Greek and Egyptian philosophical texts which are attributed to the mysterious figure known as Hermes Trismegistus.

The name Jesus contains the name Isis (J+Isis = This Jesus. The J was like the word This or The). His teachings of love are more like the teachings of Isis, the Goddess of Love, than those of Jehovah, the jealous and wrathful God. Photo: Queen Isis with Assur as King of the afterlife and Judge of the Dead.

The name Jesus contains the name Isis (J+Isis = This Jesus. The J was like the word This or The). His teachings of love are more like the teachings of Isis, the Goddess of Love, than those of Jehovah, the jealous and wrathful God. Photo: Queen Isis with Assur as King of the afterlife and Judge of the Dead.

One of several cedarwood boats buried close to the Great Pyramid of Khufu.  They may have been used during Khufu's funeral, or intended as solar boats to transport the king in the afterlife.

One of several cedarwood boats buried close to the Great Pyramid of Khufu. They may have been used during Khufu's funeral, or intended as solar boats to transport the king in the afterlife.

Statue of King Mentuhotep II in the Jubilee Garment  Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 11 Reign: reign of Mentuhotep II Date: ca. 2051–2000 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Temple of Mentuhotep II, originally from the courtyard, MMA 1921-1922

Statue of King Mentuhotep II in the Jubilee Garment Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 11 Reign: reign of Mentuhotep II Date: ca. 2051–2000 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Temple of Mentuhotep II, originally from the courtyard, MMA 1921-1922

The Importance of the Nile River to Ancient Egyptians

The Importance of the Nile River to Ancient Egyptians

Trade: Trade was one of the newer ideas that flourished during the Middle Kingdom. Transportation was weak in the beginning, but there was still trade with Crete that brought on wealth. Slaves, ostrich eggs, and ivory were thought to be traded.

Trade: Trade was one of the newer ideas that flourished during the Middle Kingdom. Transportation was weak in the beginning, but there was still trade with Crete that brought on wealth. Slaves, ostrich eggs, and ivory were thought to be traded.

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