Ancient egyptian gods

Amun is one of the powerful gods in ancient Egypt. Amun's name meant the Hidden One. His image was painted blue to represent invisibility. He was primarily considered to be the god of the pharaohs and represented wind, fertility, and secrets. He was later combined with Ra, who was a sun-god, and the king of the gods.

Anubis is the god of death and dying. He is also known as the underworld. He's the guardian of tombs and the bodies held within. Priests often wore a mask of Anubis during mummification ceremonies.


Isis was a fertility goddess and a mother goddess. She was the sister-wife of Osiris and the mother of Horus. A famous legend of hers is putting the body of her husband back together after he was killed by Set, then impregnating herself with his body and giving birth to their son Horus.

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