I am Ra the Sun God. I'm responsible for the sun rising and setting everyday, through my various forms.
I am sekhmet! The warrior goddess and the Fiercest hunter known to the egyptians. My lust for blood can never be satisfied and i'll kill every living being if i must!
I am Nut goddess of the sky. I had 4 children Osiris, Set, Isis, Nephthys
In this cell we have Ra the Sun god explaining his importance to the culture and beliefs as he takes on different forms throughout the day to ensure that the sun rises and falls
I am Anubis god of embalming and the dead. I am responsible for the belief and tradition of mummification.
This cell explains the deity of Sekhmet, the warrior goddess. She once went on a rampage so bad that it turned the great nile completely red with blood.
I am Ammit, i love to eat hearts of those who have lived a sinful life. The hearts are delicious and when i eat them, that person's soul will wander forever.
Nut is one of the most important goddesses in Egypt. She is the daughter of Shu, the god of the air and Tefnut, the goddess of moisture.
I am Horus, god of the sky and son Osiris and Isis. I will avenge my father's death by the hands of Seth by defeating and banishing Seth.
Anubis, the god of embalming and the dead. the ancient Egyptians believed that Anubis watched over the dead and guided them throughout the underworld.
She sat beside the scales of Ma'at ready to devour the souls of those deemed unworthy. Any heart that is consumed by ammit automatically strikes fear as the second death happened, thus meaning that their souls will wander restlessly for all eternity.
Horus was one of the earliest and most important Egyptian gods. He was originally portrayed as a hawk or falcon and worshipped as a sun god and creator of the sky.