Take your Pick -- Lifelong Learning Adventures for Curious Hearts

Take your Pick -- Lifelong Learning Adventures for Curious Hearts
" It is almost impossible to go through a whole day without learning something .. " so go ahead, take your pick and start your journey .. Lifelong Learning Adventures inspired by Charlotte Mason Homeschooling with a Living Books Curriculum

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Ammit - The Devourer - The Egyptian Book of the Dead - EXTRA STUDY ART to SOTW Chapter 4

Ammit - The Devourer - The Egyptian Book of the Dead - EXTRA STUDY ART to SOTW Chapter 4 Story of the World History 


Charlotte Mason Homeschooling inspired by Living Books Curriculum 




ASSIGNMENT: 



  • Design /Draw/Paint your own version of Ammit the Devourer 
  • part of SOTW Chapter 4 Ancient Egypt Studies 





AMMIT the Devourer - Artist Examples



The Devourer a monster which was believed to eat the hearts of those who failed to satisfy the gods that they had lived a good life 580x388 British Museum Announces Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead Exhibition
The Devourer, a monster which was believed to eat the hearts of those who failed to satisfy the gods that they had lived a good life. It is a composite of crocodile, lion and hippopotamus. Book of the Dead papyrus of Ani, c. 1275 BC. EA 10470/3


















Ammit Devourer of Hearts with thanks to BloodMoon Equinox Deviant Art








Ammit Linocut with thanks to Elin


























Devourer Pencil Illustration with thanks to Jenny Parks


















Ammit The Devourer with thanks to CaptainNinja Deviant Art













Devourer of Souls with thanks to the Nightmare Dragon

















Ammut the Devourer with thanks to MorRokko Deviant Art


















































































Ammi the Decourer with thanks to lonergrape





1 comment:

  1. Hi!
    On your page I saw a link to Livemocha.
    As you may have heard, Livemocha is no longer in business and that link no longer works.
    Also, site, https://www.lingq.com/, is an web and mobile language learning tool for learning languages in context. This is a good analog of Livemocha!

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