The Use of Symbols in Egyptian Religion: High School World History 1

Ancient Egyptian, Coptic Christian, and Islamic ImagesCreated by: Ms. Sharlyn Scott – Desert Vista HS in Phoenix, AZ

Grade Level: Sophomore regular and/or honors World History and Geography

Background: This lesson could follow a unit on Orthodox Christianity and the Rise of Islam, having covered Ancient Egyptian history at an earlier time. This lesson could also function as part of a unit on religion in a geography course.

Time Period: 3 Class Periods

3 responses to “The Use of Symbols in Egyptian Religion: High School World History 1

  1. Pingback: Explore Our New Teacher-Submitted Curriculum: “The Use of Symbols in Egyptian Religion” | AntiquityNOW

  2. I am collecting tiling patterns and realise that I am missing many from Coptic sources. The one on this page is great! If you have more, please email me at brian.wichmann@bcs.org.uk. Collection is at http://www.tilingsearch.org

    • We’re so glad we were able to help out! We’ll be emailing you soon with more research and ideas for collaboration. Your collection is fantastic. Thank you for commenting!

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