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Aker

The double lion god, guardian of the sunrise and sunset. Guardian of the peaks that supported the sky

Amaunet

Means "Hidden One." She was an Egyptian mother and/or fertility goddess. At the beginning of time aspects of her merged with those of the goddess Neith. Among the Ogdoad, Amun was her consort.

Am-heh

Egyptian chthonic underworld god

Ammut (Ammit)

"Devouress of the Dead." Demonic goddess who attends the Judging of the Dead.

Amun

"The Hidden One." An Egyptian sky god who evolved into a sun god and the head of the Egyptian pantheon.

Amun-Re ( Amon-Ra )

A combination of Amun and Ra worshipped in later Egyptian history. Under this name, the Theban god Amun became the national god of Egypt.

Anat

A goddess of Syrian origin. She had a warlike character. She usually was represented as a woman holding a shield and an axe

Andjety ( Anezti, Anedjti )

Egyptian underworld god. Andjety was responsible for the rebirth of the individual in the afterlife. He wore a high conical crown surmounted by two feather plumes, and bore the crook and flail

Anentet ( Amenthes )

Egyptian goddess of the West. The west was considered to be the Underworld

Anezti ( Anedjti )

A god of the ninth Nome of Lower Egypt

Anhur

Egyptian warrior and hunter god. His consort was the lion goddess Mekhit. He was depicted as a bearded warrior wearing a long robe and a headdress with four tall plumes, often bearing a spear

Anti

An Egyptian guardian deity. Depicted as a falcon or with a falcon's head, often standing on a crescent-shaped boat

Anubis

An Egyptian god of the dead. Also known as Khenty-Imentiu - "Chief of the Westerners" - a reference to the belief that the realm of the dead lay to the west and a association with the setting sun

Anuket

Egyptian goddess who personified the Nile as Nourisher of the Fields. She was mainly associated with the lower cataracts near Aswan. Also was a protective deity of childbirth.

Apedemak

A Nubian Lion god

Apis

Egyptian bull god of Memphis. Originally a form the god Hapi, he was later regarded as the living embodiment of the god Ptah. He was supposedly conceived after a flash of lightning struck Isis.