Priests and Priestesses were thought to receive direct instructions from the god/goddess whom they served.
They didn't write but had pictographs they used. What historians have found are on temples and are religious rites.
In ancient Egypt, a frieze was a painting or carved sculpture on a wall. They usually depicted stories of religious rites and memorialized important moments in history.
Religious melancholy is also known as Scrupulosity. This psychological disorder is associated with an obsessive sense of guilt about morality and religion. People suffering from this can't shake the feeling that they are bad people and will never be acceptable to God.
Cleopatra's job was that of a queen. As queen she had the responsibility of ruling Egypt and overseeing all aspects of the country. This included the religious rites as well. It is not widely known that there were several Cleopatras in Egyptian history. The one who is famous is the last one, the last monarch of what is classically understood as ancient Egypt.
As queen, Cleopatra was head of government and she was required to rule on any disputed points of law brought before her. She also had the right to issue edicts. Her most time consuming duties were the various religious rites and ceremonies that the ruler was expected to preside over, or at least attend.
Religious people perform religious rites.
Priests, ministers, shamans, chaplains.
The Purtians beliefs were for a pure form of religious rites and services.
It was a part of their religious beliefs. They thought that mummifying people was a "last rites" of sorts.
Rites are too interrupted. Rites are so much more dulled
Homes, animal shelters, stores for food etc, hiding-places for goods or people, religious rites.
Donna Steffen has written: 'Discerning disciples' -- subject(s): Catholic Church, Discernment of spirits, Initiation rites, Membership, Religious aspects, Religious aspects of Initiation rites
The Romans considered themselves religious because they were deeply religious. Roman religion regulated most aspects of Roman private and public life. Most political processes had to be preceded by auspices, a form of divination consisting of reading the omens of the gods. Sacrifices in honour to the gods occurred regularly. The Roman calendar was full of religious festivals. There were several of them every month. There were rites of propitiation, fertility, purification and exorcism and rites for the sowing, the harvest, the ancestors and the dead more in general and many other matters. Emperors also linked some gods to themselves and introduced imperial religious rites.