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Ancient Egyptian religion: A mystical world of gods and goddesses, temples, and rituals. Witness the reverence for the divine in this captivating era, as depicted in "Feeding the Sacred Ibis in the Halls of Karnak" (1871) by E.J. Poynter. The Ibis, a sacred animal to the god Thoth, is nourished with offerings in the grandeur of Karnak's temples. Meanwhile, the enigmatic Goddess Neith, depicted in Georges Clairin's masterpiece (1893), embodies the wisdom and power of the Nile's source. Both artworks transport us to a time when the divine intertwined with daily life, shaping the beliefs and culture of the ancient Egyptians.