Scenes in the first hall depict Zed-Khonsu-efankh, and sometimes his brother Sheben-Khonsu, along with Ahmose II, who wears the double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt, standing side by side making offerings to thirteen gods, who include Mahesa, Bastet, Amun, Mut, Khonsu, Harsaphis (Herishef or Arshaphes), Hathor, Thoth, Nehem-awa (the consort of Thoth), Amun (ram headed), Anubis and Isis.
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Egyptian mythology has a lot of gods. Some of them have loomed large in pop culture and the public imagination: Ra, Apophis, Anubis, Isis, Bast, Osiris, etc. Some are far more obscure. But that in.
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Ancient Egyptian Gods for Kids. Much of the ancient world was unknown to the people who lived in ancient Egypt, so they worshiped many gods. This helped them feel more secure and more able to cope with their surroundings. Some of the Egyptian gods are listed below, along with a description of their characteristics and duties. Amun - King of the Egyptian Gods. Amun was also known as Amen or.
Ra is probably the most popular Egyptian god nowadays, and he was the most popular in ancient Egypt as well. Mythology credited the sun god with creating the world, making him the most important god to his followers, sometimes being known as the King of the Gods. Ra was self-created, lacking any parents. One of the myths surrounding his birth says he was birthed from an egg that emerged from.
Thoth. The god of wisdom, writing and magic was most often portrayed as an ibis-headed man. Thoth was the scribe of the underworld who recorded the verdict on the deceased in the Hall of Maat, maintained the library of the gods, authored the spells in “The Book of the Dead” and wrote “The Book of Thoth” (containing the secrets of the universe).