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Aker
   is the Egyptian   
God of Yesterday and Today
Two lions, facing opposite directions
Amaunet
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of Air
Or wind. (Amunet) Depicted as a woman wearing the Red Crown and carrying a staff of papyrus. She is one of eight primaeval Deities Who existed before the beginning of the world, and who together made up the primordial ocean. Her name, meaning "the female hidden one", was simply the feminine form of Amun's own name. Therefore, it is likely that she was never an independent deity, but was created as his female counterpart.
Amun
   is the Egyptian   
God of Air
A primordial Egyptian god, whose name means "the hidden one". As the driving force of the invisible breeze he was originally a god of wind and ruler of the air. During the 11th dynasty (2133 - 2000 BCE) he became the powerful sun-god of Thebes, where he was worshipped as Amun-Ra. Later he was made the supreme god of the entire realm and king of the gods.
Amun
   is the Egyptian   
King of the Gods
Hidden god. Man with double plumed crown. Later merged with Ra to become Amun-ra
Amun-Ra
   is the Egyptian   
God of the Sun
Aka Amen-Ra. ; supreme god of the universe in whom Amun and Ra were merged; principal deity during Theban supremacy
Anat
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of War
Syria, Palestine
Anubis
   is the Egyptian   
God of the Dead
Protector of the dead and embalming (Anpu) Jackal-headed man. Anubis was the most important god of the dead in the Old Kingdom, but he was replaced during the Middle Kingdom by Osiris
Anubis
   is the Egyptian   
God of Embalming
(Anpu) Jackal or jackal-headed man
Anukis
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of the Nile
Goddess of innundation. Huntress. Woman with plumed headdress. (Anket)
Apep
   is the Egyptian   
God of Darkness and Chaos
(Aapep, Apophis) Seen as a giant snake/serpent, or occasionally as a dragon
Astarte
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of War
Syrian
Atum
   is the Egyptian   
God of Creation
Early myths state he created the god Shu and goddess Tefnut from spitting her out of his mouth. In the Old Kingdom the Egyptians believed that Atum lifted the dead king's soul from his pyramid to the heavens.
Bastet
   is the Egyptian   
Cat or Cat-headed Goddess
Goddess of Lower Egypt
Bastet
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of Lower Egypt
Goddess of protection, Cats, Lower Egypt, the sun and the moon. Cat or cat-headed goddess
Bes
   is the Egyptian   
God of Household
Dwarf god. Household, childbirth
Duamufet
   is the Egyptian   
Protection God of Canopic Jars (stomach)
Duamutef usually was shown on Sarcophagus and as cap of canopic jars as a jackal-headed man. Canopic jar (stomach and upper intestines)
Geb
   is the Egyptian   
God of the Earth
Fertility
Hapi
   is the Egyptian   
Protection God of Canopic Jars (lungs)
Aka Hapy - not to be confused with the god of the Nile with the same name. Baboon-headed god representing the north, whose jar contained the lungs and was protected by the goddess Nephthys
Hathor
   is the Egyptian   
Mother Goddess
And fertility. Cow or woman with cow's ears and horns and sun disc on head. Sky-goddess of love, beauty, motherhood, foreign lands, mining, and music.
Heh/Huh
   is the Egyptian   
God of Eternity
Frog-headed god
Heket
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of Fertility
Childbirth. frog or frog-headed goddess
Heryshaf
   is the Egyptian   
Creator God
Long-horned ram with atef crown and sun disc headdress. One of his titles was “Ruler of the Riverbanks.”
Ihy
   is the Egyptian   
God of Music
In child form
Imhotep
   is the Egyptian   
God of Wisdom and Medicine
Ipy (Ipet)
   is the Egyptian   
Hippopotamus Goddess
Kautet
   is the Egyptian   
Snake-headed Goddess
Khepri
   is the Egyptian   
God of Creation
Khnum
   is the Egyptian   
Ram or Ram-headed God
Creator
Khonsu
   is the Egyptian   
Child God of the Moon
Kuk
   is the Egyptian   
Frog-headed God
Maat
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of Truth and Justice
Woman with single feather headdress
Mafdet
   is the Egyptian   
Cat or Cat-headed Goddess
Mehen
   is the Egyptian   
Coiled Serpent God
Mehet Weret
   is the Egyptian   
Cow Goddess
Meretseger
   is the Egyptian   
Cobra or Cobra-headed Goddess
Mihos
   is the Egyptian   
Lion God
Son of Bastet
Min (Minu)
   is the Egyptian   
Fertility God
Man with double-plumed headdress and erect phalus
Mont (Montu)
   is the Egyptian   
Falcon or Falcon-headed War God
With sun disc and double-plumed headdress
Mut
   is the Egyptian   
Vulture (or Woman With Vulture Headdress) Mother Goddess
Naunet
   is the Egyptian   
Snake-headed Goddess (sometime With a Frog Head)
Nefertem
   is the Egyptian   
God of the Blue Lotus
Neith
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of Hunting and War
Woman with red crown
Nun
   is the Egyptian   
God of Primordial Waters
Sometimes with a frog head
Nut
   is the Egyptian   
Sky Goddess
Naked woman with body arched over the earth (the god Geb)
Onuris
   is the Egyptian   
God of War
And hunting. Carried spear
Osiris
   is the Egyptian   
God of the Dead
Usually identified as the god of the afterlife, the underworld and the dead. He is classically depicted as a green-skinned man with a pharaoh's beard, partially mummy-wrapped at the legs, wearing a crown with two large ostrich feathers at either side, holding a symbolic crook and flail.
Pakhet
   is the Egyptian   
Lion Goddess
Ptah
   is the Egyptian   
Creator God
Mummified man with skull cap and was-djed-ankh scepter
Renenutet
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of Harvest
and fertility. Cobra
Re (Ra)
   is the Egyptian   
Creator God
Ram-headed or falcon-headed
Re (Ra)
   is the Egyptian   
God of the Sun
Satet
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of the Nile
Also spelt Satis, Satjit, Sates, Satet, and Sati) was the deification of the floods of the Nile River. goddess with white crown and antelope horns. Other interpretations say her primary role was that of the war goddess. After Khnum became considered a form of Ra, she became known as the Eye of Ra.
Seker
   is the Egyptian   
Funerary God
God of the Memphis necropolis. Seker was also god of craftsmen, and of regeneration of the sun during the nigh. Aka Sokar. Depicted as a mummified hawk and sometimes as mound from which the head of a hawk appears. Strongly linked with two other gods, Ptah the chief god of Memphis and Osiris the god of the dead. In later periods this connection was expressed as the triple god Ptah-Seker-Osiris.
Sekhmet
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of War
Lion or lioness headed Daughter of Ra. Aka Sachmet, Sakmet, Sakhet, Sekmet, Sakhmet and Sekhet. The fiercest hunter known to the Egyptians. It was said that her breath created the desert. Protector of the pharaohs and led them in warfare.
Selket (Serket)
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of Healing Stings and Bites
Sister of Bastet. also spelled Selket, Selchis, Selkis, and Serqet) is the goddess with ascorpion headdress who originally was the deification of the scorpion
Seshat
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of Writing
Seth
   is the Egyptian   
God of Chaos
Brother of Osiris and Isis
Shay
   is the Egyptian   
God of Destiny
Shu
   is the Egyptian   
God of Air
Son of Atum, brother of Tefnut
Sia
   is the Egyptian   
God of Knowledge
Sobek
   is the Egyptian   
God of Nile Products
God of Nile products and Fertility, Patron of the Army and Military. A creator god. n some Egyptian creation myths, it was Sobek who first came out of the waters of chaos to create the world. Crocodile or crocodile-headed god
Tatenen
   is the Egyptian   
God of Innundation
Double-plumed crown and ram's horns
Taweret
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of Household
Household and childbirth goddess.Hippopotamus goddess
Tayet
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of Weaving
Tayet wove the linen bandages in which mummies were wrapped. Tayet was depicted in human form, holding bandages, and one text says that her skin is the color of turquoise. Her name is also seen as Tait or Tayt.
Tefen
   is the Egyptian   
God of Utter Obscurity
Tefnut
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of Water
Goddess of moisture, moist air, dew and rain. A daughter of the solar god Atum-Ra. Married to her brother, Shu, she is mother of Nut, the sky and Geb, the earth. Lioness or Cobra headed
Thoth
   is the Egyptian   
God of Writing
And knowledge. Scribe of the gods. The ancient Egyptians believed that Thoth gave them hieroglyphics. Depicted as a man with the head of an ibis or a baboon
Wadjet
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of Lower Egypt
(Uto/Edjo) cobra or lioness goddess
Wepwawet
   is the Egyptian   
God of War
Jackal or jackal-headed god
Werethekau
   is the Egyptian   
Goddess of the Crowns
Snake or lioness-headed goddess. Oversees coronation of king


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