Ancient Egypt had built an immensely intricate, complex and all-pervading religious system that wielded an overwhelming influence on all aspects of life. Cosmology and cosmogony, presented by myths and iconography, explained the beginnings and rules of the universe. The world was created in primeval time by the self-engendered god, coming out of the watery abyss. It was maintained thanks to continuous daily journey of the sun-god, travelling in his boat across the sky and the Underworld, being thus the source of all life. Worship of the gods and goddesses in the temples enabled communication and reciprocal exchange between humanity and the divine. The vast world of Egyptians deities is represented at the exhibition by several bronze figurines. Belief in the afterlife resulted in eschatology, dealing with individual fate, with complex anthropological ideas of various elements of a human being (ka, ba, akh, shadow, name, etc.), as well as ethics based on the concept of maat, the world, social and moral order.