Goddess related to child birth, protection of the
newly born and of individuals's destiny. She was
the personification of the tile used by women
giving birth for kneeling.
God of virility and fertility, as well as
creation, represented with the shape of a phallus.
Main cult centres were Coptos and Akhmim.
Sacred bull of Heliopolis.
The principal god of Thebes, before the rise of
Amon. Month was represented as a falcon, and was
also a thought of as a parallel to Horus.
Minor goddess, but important as the wife of Amon
in the triad of Thebes. But she was also closely
related to the aspects of the sun. In early
stages, she was represented as a vulture, later as
a human being.
Goddess represented with a serprent's head. She
represented the counter-heaven, the wife of Nun,
and central in the Hermopolitan cosmology.
Youthful god of secondary importance in myths and
cult, except that he was part of the triad of
Memphis, together with Ptah and Sekhmet. He is
often represented as a young man sitting on a
lotus blossom, and sometimes as a young sun.
War-goddess represented in a human form. In other
contexts she is a goddess of strong sexual
qualities, being either bisexual or the mistress
of the primeval waters.
Goddess of southern Egypt, resembling Edjo (which
was of northern Egypt) and linked to her. She was
also the protector of the king.
Rather unimportant goddess, yet one part of the
main cult gods of Heliopolis. She was the child of
Geb and Nut.
God of corn, from which he was personified.