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Many gods were worshiped devoutly throughout ancient Egypt. Ancient Egyptians Gods were a multitude of gods, where each associated with some specific element or quality.
Below are 30 of the most famous Gods of Egypt in no particular order.
Amun: The King of the Egyptian gods was the greatest of the sun gods. Depictions of Amun represent him as a man with a hawk’s head with a bull’s tail hanging from his tunic.
Anubis: The god of death was represented as either a man with a jackal’s head or as a jackal. He presided over funerals and guided the souls of the dead. He also oversaw the ceremony where the gods weighed a human heart to judge its salvation.
Aten: The sun god had no human shape and was illustrated as a sun disc having hands at the end of each ray.
Atum: Considered the oldest of the creation gods seem to have existed before anything else.
Bast: The cat goddess, represented either as a woman having a cat head or as a cat. People in Ancient Egypt mummified cats in her honor.
Bes: The patron of art, childbirth, and music was a war god. People placed Bes’s image above their headrests at night to ward off evil spirits.