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Part of a series of posts by the 2017-18 students taking the course CLE343: Supernatural Beings and Demons of Ancient Egypt / CL-M79 Ancient Egyptian Demons led by Dr. Kasia Szpakowska at Swansea University Post written and designed by Sam Powell  *** Please note this is a purely fictional product...
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Part of a series of posts by the 2017-18 students taking the course CLE343: Supernatural Beings and Demons of Ancient Egypt / CL-M79 Ancient Egyptian Demons led by Dr. Kasia Szpakowska at Swansea University Post written and designed by Osian Richards  The walking sun-disk entity “I’m walking on sunshine (Wow!)...
Part of a series of posts by the 2017-18 students taking the course CLE343: Supernatural Beings and Demons of Ancient Egypt / CL-M79 Ancient Egyptian Demons led by Dr. Kasia Szpakowska at Swansea University Post written and designed by Amber Bhatty  I remember reading a funny but apt quote about...
Part of a series of posts by the 2017-18 students taking the course CLE343: Supernatural Beings and Demons of Ancient Egypt / CL-M79 Ancient Egyptian Demons led by Dr. Kasia Szpakowska at Swansea University Post written and designed by Darcy Ollerhead  Okay so they’re not actually a boy band. I...
Part of a series of posts by the 2017-18 students taking the course CLE343: Supernatural Beings and Demons of Ancient Egypt / CL-M79 Ancient Egyptian Demons led by Dr. Kasia Szpakowska at Swansea University Post written and designed by John Rogers  If Egyptian mythology were a film, Maga would be...
Part of a series of posts by the 2017-18 students taking the course CLE343: Supernatural Beings and Demons of Ancient Egypt / CL-M79 Ancient Egyptian Demons led by Dr. Kasia Szpakowska at Swansea University The Tutu sphinx, demon or deity?   by Troy Osiris Llewellyn     What truly distinguishes...
Turtle headed demon – still missing! Turtle headed creatures are quite rare in iconography of ancient Egypt and examples are scattered through different contexts. We can meet them mostly in funerary sphere where they serve as guardians. In the case of late Third Intermediate Period coffins, turtle headed creatures can...
The ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead contains many texts that describe what happens to your spirit after you die. As one of the recently deceased you would have had to pass several tests before your soul was found worthy to become one of the Akh, the glorious dead. One of...
This is one of a series of blogs written as an assignment by the 2015-16 Year 3 and MA students taking a course on “Supernatural Beings and Demons of Ancient Egypt” offered by Kasia Szpakowska at Swansea University.   Have you seen this demon? Description: This demon has a distinguishable iconography...
Thanks to Aayko Eyma (Egyptologists Electronic Forum) for noting that: * Rosetta (Papers of the Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology at the University of Birmingham) has published a Supplementary Edition to its vol. 15: UWICAH Conference 2014 Extended Abstracts and CAHA Colloquium 2014 Extended Abstracts Among the free...