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National Museum of Egyptian Art, Berlin Ancient Egypt Exhibition Myths of Creation [Kyoto]

Period

2021/4/17 (Sat) 〜2021/6/27 (Sun)

Venue

Kyoto Kyocera Museum of Art

Ticket Fee

【Advance ticket】
General: 1,800 yen
High school students: 1,300 yen
Elementary and middle school students: 700 yen
(all prices include tax)
+ Ticketing Fee



Detailed Information

Performance content Greetings<<
Into the world of ancient Egyptian mythology
The beginning of the world was a chaotic prima tact sea "Nun".
From that sea, everything was born and raised.
But when the end of the world comes, everything is swallowed up by the primahara sea again.
Did you know that ancient Egyptian mythology depicted such a spectacular cycle of life and death?
This exhibition features about 130 works selected from the collection of the Berlin National Museum in Berlin, Germany.
The exhibition structure is the theme of Chapter 1 "Creation of heaven and earth and the world of the gods", Chapter 2 "Order of the Pharaohs and the Universe", Chapter 3"Judgment after Death", and we will introduce how the world was thought to have been born in ancient Egypt, what was the most important role played by pharaohs who often had the impression of being mere kings in Japan, and how the people of ancient Egypt believed it would be after death.
In addition, by creating different spatial effects in each chapter, you will get a taste of the atmosphere of the ancient Egyptian era and unravel parts of ancient Egyptian mythology with original animations. The star of the original animation is "Anubis", dressed as the popular actor Yoshihiko Aramaki. We will guide you so that you do not get lost in the ancient Egyptian world.
Now, enjoy the world of ancient Egyptian mythology like never before.

What is the Egyptian Museum in Berlin National Museum?lt;// font>
The Berlin National Museum group is a comprehensive museum group centered on five museums on the "Museum Island" floating on the River Schuly in berlin, the capital of Germany. Building on the collections of the successive kingdoms of Ploysia, it has a collection of world-class scale and quality from prehistoric times to the present day.
In 1999, following world war II and the division of East and West Germany, the entire "Museum Island" was registered as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, and since the 2000s, the museum has been being renovated and its collections sorted out at a rapid time.
Of the five museums on Museum Island, the Egyptian Museum is located in the New Museum, which was renovated in 2009 and is famous for its "Bust of Nefertiti", known as one of the most famous female figures in the world.
From animal statues circa 3,000 BC to portraits of Roman emperors who announced their demise in ancient Egypt, the museum's collection is set in the collection of the 17th-century Brandenburg Elector and later became one of the world's leading Egyptian collections through excavations and purchases led by the King of Ploysen. In particular, the extensive Amarna-era collection and 60,000 papyrus collections, created by the Reformation, are must-sees.

Exhibition Composition<
<<>b>b> Chapter 1 Creation of heaven and earth and the world of the gods

In ancient Egyptian society, the power of all-knowing and almighty gods was thought to have created nature such as the sky, clouds, deserts, and wind, as well as creatures such as humans, beasts, insects, the sun, the moon, and starbos. An orderly world was created by the will of the gods from a chaotic state dominated by darkness called the primal sea "Nun". The ancient Egyptians called this order Ma'ato. In this chapter, we will look at the appearance of the gods and all the forest created by the gods.

Chapter 2 Pharaohs and the Order of the Universe
The Order and Providence (Ma'ato) that governs the entire universe was absolute and considered the most important norm and morality for individual human beings to adhere to. Pharaoh, the leader of human society, was the chief executive of protecting and executing Ma'ath in society. In response to major incidents that shook Ma'ato, such as the invasion of different ethnic groups and rebellion against the pharaohs, it was necessary for pharaohs themselves, the "good gods," to practice Ma'ato with strong leadership.

Chapter 3 Posthumous Judgment
The Dead are led to "between two ma'ato (justice)" by the jackal-headed Anucal, the graveyard guardian deity and mummy-making god. Here the judgment of the dead is performed, and the heart of the dead is weighed and measured to match the feathers that symbolize Ma'ato. The ancient Egyptians thought that the organ they thought or thought was the heart, not the brain.
Performances Homepage https://egypt-ten2021.jp/
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Schedule <Period>
2021/4/17 (Sat) 〜2021/6/27 (Sun)


<Schedule>
◆Period: April 17 (Sat)-June 27 (Sun), 2021
*Closed: Mondays (open on public holidays)
◆Opening hours: 10:00-18:00
*Admission to the exhibition room is until 30 minutes before closing
Ticket Fee 【Advance ticket】
General: 1,800 yen
High school students: 1,300 yen
Elementary and middle school students: 700 yen
(all prices include tax)
+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Kyoto Kyocera Museum of Art
Remarks * Admission may be restricted to prevent overcrowding in the venue.
※This exhibition will be pre-ordered. Details will be announced by the end of March.
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