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Kuil Isis di Philae

Kuil Mesir adalah bangunan untuk penyembahan resmi dewa-dewi dan mengenang firaun-firaun pada zaman Mesir Kuno dan di wilayah-wilayah yang berada dibawah kekuasaan Mesir. Kuil-kuil tersebut dipandang sebagai rumah-rumah bagi dewa-dewi atau raja-raja yang mereka hormati. Disana, orang-orang Mesir melakukan berbagai ritual, fungsi-fungsi utama dari agama Mesir

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Relief rendah dari Seti I yang mempersembahkan ritual-ritual untuk dewa Amun

Kuil-kuil Mesir Kuno diartikan sebagai tempat-tempat bagi dewa-dewi untuk singgah di bumi.

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