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Ancient Egyptian Archaeoacoustics: What You Need to Know

Updated: Feb 24

Egyptian Archaeoacoustics
Son of Hathor making an offering of harmonized sound

Archaeoacoustics is a modern interdisciplinary field that explores the historical relationship between humans and sound. This field encompasses the study of various cultural aspects, including artifacts such as musical instruments and locations like buildings or sites.

In the context of Ancient Egypt, despite the elaborate construction of temples on sacred sites using special materials and adorned with reliefs depicting spiritual transformation and ascension, the underlying message was that every human body is a living temple.

Therefore, archaeoacoustics in Ancient Egypt was essentially the understanding that each of us has the potential to create a space within ourselves for the Divine spirit.

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