The Roles of the Goddess Isis in the Pyramid Texts

An extended essay looking at the Ancient Egyptian goddess Isis and her various roles within the Pyramid Texts, a collection of utterances found inside the pyramids of various Egyptian pharaohs. Includes an introduction to the Pyramid Texts and where they were found as well as information on the goddess Isis and her place within the Egyptian pantheon.

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Words: 8,640
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781476480077
About Stacey J. Mitchell

I have enjoyed writing for as long as I can remember. I write both fiction and non fiction, although I’ll admit the non fiction comes a lot more easily.

I even enjoyed coursework at school and essays at university – yes, that’s how much I love writing. I have a degree in Egyptology, and I like old things a lot.

Aside from an interest in all periods of history, I like learning Spanish, cooking, being outdoors, strong tea, and red wine. Dislikes include bananas, spiders, and cauliflower.

Connect with me on Twitter (@_staceymitchell) or through my website (http://staceyjmitchell.com)

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