3 thoughts on “What are someone of the mythological Gods of Egypt and what are their domains?

  • September 27, 2010 at 2:59 am
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    Osiris–rebirth, vegetation, death/life
    Isis–queenship, magic, fertility, love, sexuality, power
    Nut–the sky
    Ra–the sun
    Horus–kingship, power, fulfillment of promise
    Set–rivalry, malevolence, intellect
    Anubis–guide of the dead (psychopomp)
    Ptah–creation of the Universe
    Sekhet–life
    Thoth–law, writing, scribes, knowledge, cosmology

  • September 27, 2010 at 2:59 am
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    Are you talking about Rae the sun god?

  • September 27, 2010 at 2:59 am
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    Major gods and goddesses of Egyptian Mythology469

    The Egyptian Gods Origin of the gods
    NameRealmAlso Called
    AmenOne of the chief Theban deities;
    united wit sun-god under form of
    Amen-Rah Amon, Ammon
    AnubisGuide of souls to Amenti, region
    of dead; son of Osiris;jackal-headed
    ApisSacred bull, an embodiment of Ptah;
    identified with Osiris as
    Osiris-Apis or Serapis
    BastGoddess of MusicBastet
    GebEarth god; father of Osiris;
    represented with a goose on his headKeb,Seb
    HathorGoddess of love and mirth; cow-headedAthor
    HorusGod of day; son of Osiris and Isis;
    hawk-headed
    IsisGoddess of motherhood and fertility;
    sister and wife of Osiris
    KheperaGod of morning sun
    KhnemuRam-headed godKhnum, Chnuphis,Chnemu, Chnum
    KhonsuSon of Amen and Mut Khensu, Khuns
    Ma’atGoddess of law, justice, and truth
    MentuSolar deity, sometimes considered god
    of war; falcon-headedMent
    MinGod of fertility
    MutWife of AmenMaut
    NekhbetProtector of childbirth
    NephthysGoddess of the dead; sister and wife of Set
    NuChaos from which the world was created,
    personified as a god
    NutGoddess of heavens; consort of Geb Nuit
    OsirisGod of the underworld and judge of dead;
    son of Geb and Nut
    PtahChief deity of the city of MemphisPhtha
    RaGod of the sun, the supreme god;
    son of Nut; pharaohs claimed descent
    from him; represented as a lion, a cat,
    or a falcon
    SekhmetWarlike sun-goddess
    SerapisGod uniting attributes of Osiris and Apis
    SetGod of darkness or evil; brother
    and enemy of OsirisSeth
    ShuSolar deity; son of Ra and Hathor
    TemSolar deityAtmu, Atum, Tum
    ThothGod of wisdom and magic;
    scribe of the gods; ibis-headedDhouti

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