What is ancient Egypt religion? – Fox News

Egyptologists have found a few new clues in the discovery of a religion that was the religion of ancient Egypt.

The Egyptianologist Dr. George Carlin of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History told Fox News that it was a religion in ancient times, but they are only scratching the surface of what this religion was like.

Carlin said ancient Egyptians worshiped a pantheon of gods who had their own pantheon.

That pantheon included gods like Horus, the father of the Egyptian gods, and Ra, the god of the sky.

“We have no idea what they were worshiping, but what we do know is that the Egyptians worshipped a god that is very similar to the Greek Zeus,” Carlin said.

Carlin is the director of Egyptology at the Smithsonian Institution and the founder of the Ancient Egyptian Religions Program.

He told Fox that ancient Egyptians also had their gods named after the Greek gods.

Egyptologists have discovered a few different gods in the Egyptian pantheon, but the pantheon has never been fully revealed.

That’s because ancient Egyptians didn’t have much knowledge of what they worshiped.

Carlin told Fox he hopes his new study can help fill in the gaps.