Amentat Lady of the West Also known as: Ament; Amentit; Imentet; Imentit Origin: Egypt or Libya Amentat is the friendly ...
Ammit The Eater; Devourer of the Dead; Eater of Hearts; Bone Eater; Devourer of Millions; Greatness of Death Also known ...
ankh Egyptian symbol of life, the universe, and IMMORTALITY; important in Magic. Ankh means both “life” and “hand mirror.” It ...
Apis In Egyptian mythology, Greek name for the sacred bull, Hapi, associated with the god Ptah of Memphis and regarded ...
Apophis In Egyptian mythology, Greek name of the Egyptian Apep, or Aaapef, giant serpent, sometimes a crocodile, and night demon ...
Aten (Aton, Adon, Eton) In Egyptian mythology, the sun disk worshipped by Akhenaton (1372–1355 b.c.e.). Surviving hymns to Aten emphasize ...
Ba (soul) In Egyptian mythology, the soul, or that part of a person that had eternal existence after death, represented ...
ibis A large wading bird related to the heron, with a long, thin, downward-curved bill. In Egyptian mythology the ibis ...
Ka was to the ancient Egyptians, a vital force, bestowed by an ancestral group in the spirit world. Everything is ...
Serapis In Egyptian mythology, Greek name for the composite god made up of the god Osiris, called Ser in Egyptian, ...
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