It is one of the most intereristing things to know about the details of the Egyptian history and how the beliefs of the ancient Egyptians develpoed as they invisted so much in what they belived in which was the Afterlife, they built the biggest tombs where they will be buried and from which they will travel to the other world, Discover a lot more about Egypt and about the religion in ancient Egypt which was an essential thing in the ancienta Egyptian's life, it is a motive to travel to Egypt so you can learn about this various deities venerated by the ancient Egyptians.

Egyptians had gods in every village and city they worshipped around 740 deities. A large number of the Egyptian gods were animals that represented the presence of a higher power in their life. For instance God Horus (Eagle) & Anubis (Jackal). Our qualified Egyptologists will be accopanying you to explain all the religious symbols and you will be learning about and the Gods and Goddesses of ancient Egypt, that shall be a good introduction to your Egypt toursEgypt Travel PackagesEgypt Luxury toursEgypt Day Tours, Cairo Day Tours and Cairo day tours from airport

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Amun Ra Egyptian God | Ancient Egypt Religion

God Amun Ra | Amon Re God of Ancient Egypt

In most historical periods, "the god Amun Ra" was the official deity of the ancient Egyptian kingdom; he was the teacher of the gods and the creator of the ancient Egyptian universe. And the word Amun in ancient Egyptian means "hidden, secret, invisible," and all of these are translations of the word "Amun." He was worshipped in the world's largest temple, Karnak Temple.

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Goddess Isis Egypt | Egyptian Goddess

Goddess Isis | The Egyptian Goddess of Magic and Healing

"Isis," the wife of the goddess (Osiris), was known to the ancient Egyptians as the goddess of the moon, whose symbol is a woman with a lunar disc on her forehead. She is also referred to as the goddess of magic. It was worshipped in various locations, and its cult spread beyond Egyptian borders during the Ptolemies and Romans' reigns, so it had temples, festivals, and priests in all directions.

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God Osiris | Ancient Egyptian Gods

God Osiris | Egyptian God of the Afterlife and Resurrection

"Osiris," the lord of eternity, the god of the underworld. It is represented by a man wearing a crown, who is the head of the general trinity "Osiris-Isis-Hor." He is the chief judge of the Egyptian court of the dead and one of the ancient Egyptian religion's main ninth holy gods. He was appointed as the dead's saviour and ruler of the underworld.

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God Horus | Gods of Ancient Egypt

God Horus | The Falcon-Headed God of the Sky

Many brave kings have ruled Egypt throughout the ages. Some of them became dizzy. Others were attacked by powerful armies, and many faced betrayal from those closest to them. After all, Egypt's kings, like our king here Horus, return stronger and seek vengeance.

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God Thoth | Ancient Egyptian Mythology

God Thoth | God of Wisdom in Ancient Egypt

Thoth or Tut, the pharaohs' god of wisdom. The ancient Egyptians thought he was the one who taught them writing and arithmetic, and they always photographed him holding a pen and a blackboard to write on. He was a key figure in the court of the dead, where ancient Egyptians believed that the dead were brought in after the resurrection to perform the operation of rebirth.

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God Seth | Mythology of Ancient Egypt

God Seth | Egyptian God of War | God of the Desert in Egypt Mythology

Set, the god of storms and violence, was an ancient Egyptian deity. He is known as Seth Nabataeans, or the Seth of Nobet, and he is the god of evil in ancient Egypt, where he murdered his brother Osiris. Several battles erupted between him and Horus, all of which ended in victory for the good guys (Horus).

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Goddess Nephthys

Goddess Nephthys | Mistress of the House | Goddess of the Air in Ancient Egypt

Nephthys, an Egyptian goddess, daughter of Geb and Nut, sister of Isis, Osiris and Seth, The scarcely significant quality of her name suggested that the goddess was nothing more than a creation of the myth, intended to give Seth a companion in parallel to the Isis-Osiris couple.

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Goddess Hathor

Goddess Hathor | Goddess of Fertility, Love, and Motherhood

She is one of the gods of ancient Egypt. The idol "Hathor" was one of the most important and well-known Egyptian deities, as well as one of the most popular throughout history. Some believe their cult dates back to prehistoric times, while others believe it dates back to the beginning of the Old Kingdom.

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God Anubis

God Anubis | God of the Necropolis

Among the pharaohs, Anubis is revered as the god of death or the God of the Necropolis. They discover a carving in ancient tombs that refers to Anubis as a guide for the dead and the guardian of the netherworld. His cult evolved from the reign of the god Osiris during the Fifth Dynasty, when he was worshipped in ancient Egypt.

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Book of the Dead

The Book of the Dead | Ancient Egyptian Funerary Text

The Book of the Dead is placed with the dead to ensure their journey to the afterlife. It is a collection of religious documents and funerary texts that were used in ancient Egypt, and that was used from the beginning of the modern era of the ancient Egyptian state until approximately 1550 BC.

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Goddess Mut

Goddess Mut | The Vulture Goddess of the Sky

Mut is one of the oldest goddesses who represents the sky and thus held great significance in ancient Egyptian beliefs. During the New Kingdom, the cult of Mut grew in importance, and Amenhotep III had a sacred lake built at the Temple of Karnak for its worship.

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God Ptah

God Ptah | the God of Creation and Craftsmen

In ancient Egyptian religion, "Ptah" is the god who possesses the power of creation and is the first deity in creation. As a result, all of Egypt's kings who ruled over him for long periods of time were similar to him. The Egyptians believed he was the creator, inspiration, and protector of artists, making him the ideal deity for them.

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God Serapis

God Serapis | Ancient Egyptian Gods

Serapis was worshipped as a god of healing and the other world, and was always depicted as a bearded man with curly hair on top of a clothing head. The most important of his temples was the "Serapeum" in Alexandria. Patients came from all over to seek healing at this temple.

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The Osiris Myth | The Story of Isis and Osiris

The Story of Isis and Osiris | The Osiris Myth

Isis and Osiris, the ancient myth of pharaonic love that predated the stories of Qais and Lily or Romeo and Juliet, that mythical sacrificial love that made Isis and Osiris the most beloved gods of the ancient Egyptians and made the hated god Six for doing evil and attempting to kill his brother.

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God Bes

God Bes | God of Childbirth | Ancient Egyptian Dwarf God

Bess was a prominent New Kingdom deity and one of the ancient Egyptian deities. To strike fear into the hearts of the wicked, he is portrayed by a puffy-cheeked dwarf with a fan-shaped chin. His name appears often in the Temple of Dandara, and he was worshipped as the Healer, armed with a shield and a sword, during the Roman period.

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God Sobek

God Sobek

Subic, also known as Sobek, was an ancient Egyptian deity associated with nature. Royal strength, fertility, and military prowess were all associated with it. He was also known as a protector god against dangers with evil-repelling properties, and was especially associated with the dangers posed by the Nile's flooding.

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God Atum

God Atum

Atom was an ancient Egyptian god and one of the most powerful goddesses in Egyptian mythology. His name, which means "complete," was connected to a number of great Egyptian gods, including Ra, Petah, and finally Ozor.

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God Aton | God Aten | Amarna Mythology

God Aton | Aten God of Egypt

The sun god Aten is the deity proclaimed by King Akhenaten, and his light helps all races. Aten is depicted as a solar disc, with its rays ending in human hands, to give life and wealth to the royal family, and after Akhenaten's death. Amun resurfaced as one of the Egyptian gods, returning to his former role.

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Goddess Sekhmet

Goddess Sekhmet

Sekhmet is a mythological figure from ancient Egypt who sits on the throne as a woman with the head of a lioness. The great lady, Ptah's beloved, the eye of Ra, the lady of battle, the lady of the earthly, "Upper and Lower Egypt," the mighty, and many other titles are among her titles, indicating that her name is the most important, and it was worshipped at the valley entrances.

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Goddess Nut | Goddess of the Sky

Goddess Nut | Goddess of the Sky

Nut is an ancient Egyptian goddess of the sky who is normally depicted with stars. She is the sister of Jeb, the god of the earth, and her father Shu, the god of air, and her mother Tefnut, the goddess of moisture, according to ancient Egyptian religious beliefs (or the goddess of fire as interpreted by some historians).

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Goddess Mut

Goddess Mut | Egyptian Goddess of Heaven

Her name means both "Mother" and "Death," and she is Amun's wife. In ancient Egypt, she was the mother of the gods. Its name and pronunciation have evolved over thousands of years in different cultures and civilizations. She is frequently portrayed as a queen with a stripped vulture headdress and the white crown, or double crown, incarnated as a lioness.

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God Khonsu

God Khonsu | God of the Moon

Khonsu, the Egyptian god of the moon, was synonymous with medicine and was regarded as the guardian of the ill, as well as keeping away evil spirits and representing earth fertility and birth. His temple at Karnak is amazingly well preserved, and he was recognised as the son of "Amun and Mut" since ancient times.

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God Geb

God Geb | God of the Earth

Geb is one of the ancient Egyptian gods, and he is associated with the "Tasus Heliopolis." He is the brother of the sky goddess Nut, and they are the two sons of the god of air, Shu, and his wife, Tefnut, who was once thought to be the goddess of moisture and water, but is now known as the goddess of "fire" by archaeologists.

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God Khnum

God Khnum | God of the Waters

Khnum was a deity in ancient Egyptian religion who was portrayed as a ram or a man with a ram's head and two horns. Khnum, according to ancient Egyptian belief, built humans on a pottery wheel from Nile silt. As the god who brought the Nile to create life on its banks, he was worshipped in various locations across Egypt, including Aswan, Esna, and Memphis.

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God Shu

God Shu | Egyptian God of Air

Thank you, God. Shu was one of the most powerful Egyptian gods; he was the god of air, and his name meant vacuum because he embodied the void between heaven and earth, as well as light. Shu was also regarded as a calm god, and as pleasant as the fresh air that came to Egypt.

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Goddess Tefnut

Goddess Tefnut | Goddess of Humidity and Rain

Tefnut was an ancient Egyptian god who belonged to Heliopolis' holy Tasus. And, according to Egyptian mythology, this ninth discovered the worlds of water, earth, and sky, as well as life. Tefnut was also known as "the Nubian cat" and "the reality" at times. It was previously thought to reflect moisture, so archaeologists chose to call it a symbol of fire

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Re-Hor-Achti ( God of ancient Egypt )

Re-Hor-Achti ( God of ancient Egypt )

Re-Hor-achti is an ancient Egyptian deity who combines the god Ra, who is represented by the solar disc, and Horus, who is represented by the horizons.

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Bastet ( God of ancient Egypt )

Bastet ( God of ancient Egypt )

Bastet was one of the ancient Egyptian gods. She was worshipped as a pet, and she was merged with the goddess Sekhmet in the modern state, where Sekhmet was portrayed as a predatory lioness. When Bastet is enraged, she transforms into a satanic figure who exacts vengeance on enemies and the weak.

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Ma`at  Goddess in Ancient Egypt

Ma`at Goddess in Ancient Egypt

Maat is an Egyptian goddess who is depicted as a woman wearing an ostrich feather on her head. She was considered a Ra's daughter by the Egyptians. It was a symbol of the divine order that rules the world and its path, and it embodied the meanings of reality, truthfulness, and justice.

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Net (Neth) goddess in ancient Egypt

Net (Neth) goddess in ancient Egypt

Neith is a goddess from Egyptian mythology, but she also has a presence in other cultures. It is secured as a guardian of domestic life and as the garrison of the western delta. She is the one who was "the first to give birth to anything before anyone else was born, but she herself was not born," according to Pharaonic beliefs.

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