Egyptian Religion Timeline

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  • c. 4000 BCE
    Depictions of gods and afterlife on walls of Egyptian tombs.
  • c. 2613 BCE - c. 2181 BCE
    The goddess Ma'at first appears during the period of the Old Kingdom in Egypt.
  • c. 2400 BCE - c. 2300 BCE
    The Pyramid Texts written, the oldest religious literature in Egypt.
  • c. 2250 BCE
    Beer brewed in Egypt.
  • c. 2134 BCE - c. 2040 BCE
    The Coffin Texts developed from the Pyramid Texts.
  • c. 1550 BCE - c. 1070 BCE
    The Egyptian Book of the Dead (The Book of Coming Forth by Day) written.

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4000 BCE: Depictions of gods and afterlife on walls of Egyptian tombs.
 
2613 BCE - 2181 BCE: The goddess Ma'at first appears during the period of the Old Kingdom in Egypt.
 
2400 BCE - 2300 BCE: The Pyramid Texts written, the oldest religious literature in Egypt.
 
2250 BCE: Beer brewed in Egypt.
 
2134 BCE - 2040 BCE: The Coffin Texts developed from the Pyramid Texts.
 
1550 BCE - 1070 BCE: The Egyptian Book of the Dead (The Book of Coming Forth by Day) written.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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