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13 major gods and goddesses of egypt on page 46 of the ancient egyptian world by eric h. cline and jill rubalcaba


creator god, associated with fertility; sometimes pictured as a goose, but most often represented as a man


Necropolis god, connected with mummification; usually has a head of a jackal


War goddess; has a head of a lioness or a cat


Goddess of women, also sky goddess, tree goddess or necropolis goddess; has a head of a cow or cow's horns, often with a sun disk on the head


Sky god; has the head of a hawk, often with double crown


Wife of Osiris, guardian, and magician; often has hieroglyph of her name on her head


War god; often has head of a hawk, with sun disk and two plumes on top


Goddess of war and hunting; wears red crown or has two crossed arrows and shield on her head


Ruler of the Underworld, god of dying vegetation, and husband of Isis; usually shown as a mummy and holding a scepter and wearing white crown with plumes and horns; usually appears in a greenish color


A creator god; the patron of all craftsmen, including architects, artists, and sculptors; frequently shown as a man dressed as a mummy, he built the boats for the sould of the dead to use in the afterlife


Sun god; has head of a hawk, often with a sun disk on his head


God of disorder, deserts, storms, and war; usually


God of writing and counting; has head of an ibis, often with moon crescent; sometimes depicted as a baboon

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