What we know about Egyptian pharaohs, life and culture of the ancient society in general is thanks to archaeological findings: mostly tombs and burial sites with inscriptions in hieroglyphs, art objects, papyrus documents left. Due to the dry climate they were well preserved along with the mummies of the most beloved kings; and egyptologists, scientists who continue to study the...
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Mysterious Symbols of Egypt

Posted 28.01.2019
In the ancient times religion was directly connected to rituals modern people would call magic. Religion made a backbone of people’s lives helping them with their daily duties. Symbols were the language of religion used in architecture and art, in rites, were believed to have power to protect and cure. As ancient Egyptians considered life only a short period given...
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Everybody knows that Scandinavian men were ardent warriors. They were restless in their appetites for the new lands beginning with trading thus developing business contacts and ending with furious raids in order to get the new piece of earth for the descendants. The Fact №1 is that Norse people didn’t distinguish their fellow ‘Vikings’. They were separate tribes occupying the...
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Viking Religion and Beliefs

Posted 14.01.2019
What we know about the Old Norse culture and religion is mostly taken from the poems and sagas written in the Icelandic Codex Regius (meaning royal book or the king’s book) dating back to the 13th century, the only document of that period left about Vikings. Before Christianity, the Scandinavian history had never been written down, but passed orally by...
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