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God Serapis

  • 05 16, 2023

God Serapis 

Serapis was usually depicted as the sun, fertility, and afterlife. His companion was Isis, the wife of Osiris, and one of the most popular deities according to religion in ancient Egypt during the Ptolemaic Period. Serapis was represented as a man with an elaborate Greek hairstyle wearing Greek-style robes and a full beard. He often wears a basket on his head. Sometimes he is depicted as a serpent in honor of his connection with the underworld and fertility.

The cult of Serapis was a huge success for the Ptolemaic dynasty, and various temples were built in Egypt for his worship. The main temple was in the Ptolemaic capital, Alexandria. According to the geographer Strabo, the Serapeum in Alexandria stood in the west of the city. Although it was an important site throughout the Mediterranean.

Ancient Egyptian Gods

The Gods of ancient Egypt were very much like humans they loved and hated, they felt jealous and fought, they took revenge, killed, and also died during an amazing myth full of joyful, action, and dramatic events that inspired modern movie directors and producers to create world-famous movies about the grandeur of the Pharaohs and the Gods they worshipped.

 

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God Serapis is a syncretic deity, combining elements of Greek and Egyptian mythology. He became popular during the Hellenistic period as a symbol of cultural integration between Greek and Egyptian beliefs. Serapis was portrayed as a ruling god who represented fertility, healing, and the afterlife.

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