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Jason Lim History 111 Friday 11:00 Prewriting Assignment Source chosen: Osirian Cycle 1. What kind of source is it? What is its intended audience? A myth meant for the general public. 2. Background information: Author background, historical relevance Author is someone who is knowledgeable about the gods, possibly a priest or another religious figure. 3. Source's main message Osiris, Re's grandson, has taught the Egyptians all that they know. Everything can be traced back to him or other gods. Plan for paper:
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Unformatted text preview: Discuss the religious connection of different aspects of Egyptian culture. Thesis: By 3000 BCE, the Egyptians rose to be one of the first civilizations in the ancient world. Much of their success stemmed from the Egyptian gods who parted knowledge to them. Because of this, everything the Egyptians did had a religious connection. If the Egyptians had not developed such an intricate deity system, much of the unique aspects of Egyptian culture would have never been established....
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