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The God: Seth

The God: Seth

A famous god the early Egypt, Seth is the Lord of the Lower Egypt; Seth is a wide-eared imaginary animal with reddish hued mane, looking like a donkey or a similar animals. Seth is a god of inhospitable deserts and deadly storms. For decades, Seth was the main...

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The God: Serapis

The God: Serapis

The great Greek pharaoh Ptolemy the first, created Serapis, who was also an anthromorphic god. In fact, he chose this god to be the official god of Egypt and Greece. Serapis had great qualities of both Egyptian and Hellensitic origin. In fact, Serapis became immensely...

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The God: Re

The God: Re

The Fifth Dynasty of ancient Egypt revered god Re as the ultimate deity of par excellence. He was the sun god of Honnu or the Heloplis. Some learned Egyptians even referred to Re as the creator of men and they called themselves as the “Cattle of Re”. In his early...

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The God: Ptah

The God: Ptah

He is the chief god and the guardian of the great city of Memphis. He is the creator god, who created people by just thinking of them with his own mind and uttering their names with his own tongue. He is also an intellectual god with an extremely sharp brain and...

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The Goddess: Nut

The Goddess: Nut

A daughter to Shu and Tefnut and the wife of Geb, Nut always represented the earth as her favorite theme. She was also the goddess of the day and a place in the sky where the rain bearing clouds formed. However, with the advent of middle Ages, she started representing...

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The Goddess: Mut

The Goddess: Mut

An important goddess of Egyptian civilization, entire Egyptian culture adored Mut as the “mother” of all pharaohs. In her earlier avatar, she was the female counterpart of Nun. While in the great city of Thebes, she replaced Amaunet to become the wife of the great...

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The God: Min

The God: Min

A highly powerful god, Min could bestow and make men more virile, potent and sexually active. He was also the ultimate power of nature; by birth, he was a god of incessant rain. The presiding pharaoh created a special festival for him called Min festival; the great...

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The God: Khonsu

The God: Khonsu

Great son to Amun Ra and Mut, Khonsu is the great moon god of Egypt. The word Khonsu means “to travel” or “to run”; Khonsu had a head of hawk with a lunar disk covering the head. In other images, he looks very youthful with a pronounced set of side locks. A primitive...

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The God: Khnum

The God: Khnum

Also known as Khnemu, he is the oldest gods of Egypt. He was the ram-headed man with a symbol of flat shaped ram horn. He also wore a whitish colored crown over his head. Originally, a water god of the River Nile, Khnum wore a water jug with water overflowing over his...

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The God: Atum

The God: Atum

Also known as Tem, Temu, Tum or Atem. Being one of the most important and oldest gods of ancient Egypt, Atum was the essential part of the Egyptian cosmology. In fact, Atum was the god of earth and he became a close associate of the Sun god Re; interestingly, he...

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