Author: Stephan Weaver
Publication: March 12th 2016
Genre: Nonfiction ~ History
The gods of Ancient Egypt conjure up images of hieroglyphs with animal-headed people, fantastic civilizations, and a past that seems both unimaginably distant and still tenuously connected to the present day. Although the names Ra, Anubis, and Isis still linger today in modern fiction, the truth about these gods reveals the ancient Egyptians themselves.
Inside you will read about...
And many more!
A look at the principal gods of Ancient Egypt gives insight into the culture of world's first great civilization. Even today, their moments, their obelisks, and their pyramids endure and remind us that people can leave lasting marks on the world that humble and inspire us all.
This book is (obviously) about the gods of Ancient Egypt, which happens to be my favorite topic. As always I love reading and learning more about it.
The author first talks about the Egyptian gods in general and how they fit into the life of the ancient Egyptians. I thought it was very interesting to learn how a god's popularity varried from place to place in Ancient Egypt.
Next, the author talks about the gods individually. The main gods like Horus, Osiris, Set, Isis, etc were being discussed in detail and also some of the minor gods. Those were my favorite to read about because I didn't know much about them yet.
As always I'm really glad with the author's writing. The details, the information... it always hooks me and it's very well-written. I loved it!
Dedicated to the craft of writing, Stephan Weaver is a best-selling author who loves to pen anything related to history and mythology. With a love for immersing himself into other cultures, worlds, and even realms, Weaver is a former professor, historian, and archaeologist. It's no surprise that you can now find him tucked away with his laptop writing about these very things with commitment and devotion. Married to a beautiful wife and father to a son and daughter, Weaver loves to spend his free time with family, experience the world by traveling, and, of course, you'll never find him without a pen in hand. From the blinking cursor to the final page, he is deeply passionate about what he does. And it shows.