Egyptian mythology

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In mythology, Egyptian mythology (TR:135) (LH:7) (TL:142) refers to a consortium of myths, mostly centered on creation cosmology (see: creation myths), that were based on the annual 150-day Nile River flood, and various astro-theology motifs, e.g. the annual helical rising of Sirius, the Nov-Dec "rising Orion" constellation, the Dec 15th "death of the sun", the 14-day waning / 14-day waxing moon (see: pieces of Osiris), that were developed in Egypt, during its dynastic period (3100BC to 200AD), in various state capital locations, in particular: Heliopolis, Memphis, and Thebes.

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