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Egyptian Mythology

Egyptian Mythology

Amentat

Amentat Lady of the West Also known as: Ament; Amentit; Imentet; Imentit Origin: Egypt or Libya Amentat is the friendly ...
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Ammit

Ammit The Eater; Devourer of the Dead; Eater of Hearts; Bone Eater; Devourer of Millions; Greatness of Death Also known ...
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Ankh

Ankh

ankh Egyptian symbol of life, the universe, and IMMORTALITY; important in Magic. Ankh means both “life” and “hand mirror.” It ...
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Apis

Apis In Egyptian mythology, Greek name for the sacred bull, Hapi, associated with the god Ptah of Memphis and regarded ...
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Apophis

Apophis

Apophis In Egyptian mythology, Greek name of the Egyptian Apep, or Aaapef, giant serpent, sometimes a crocodile, and night demon ...
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Aten

Aten

Aten (Aton, Adon, Eton) In Egyptian mythology, the sun disk worshipped by Akhenaton (1372–1355 b.c.e.). Surviving hymns to Aten emphasize ...
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Ba

Ba

Ba (soul) In Egyptian mythology, the soul, or that part of a person that had eternal existence after death, represented ...
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Ibis

ibis A large wading bird related to the heron, with a long, thin, downward-curved bill. In Egyptian mythology the ibis ...
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Ka

Ka

Ka was to the ancient Egyptians, a vital force, bestowed by an ancestral group in the spirit world. Everything is ...
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Serapis

Serapis

Serapis In Egyptian mythology, Greek name for the composite god made up of the god Osiris, called Ser in Egyptian, ...
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