There is no evidence of a temple ever built to her honor. The association of jackals with death and funerals likely arose because Egyptians would have observed jackals scavenging around cemeteries.
Pictured as a man with three flaming heads, three legs and seven arms, clothed in black with smoke forming his standard and headdres. However, there is proof to her following because in the fourth dynasty, on his Slab Stela, Wep-em-nefret was known as the Overseer of the Royal Scribes and Priest of Seshat whose principal sanctuary was found in Heliopolis.
Aken - The ferryman who takes dead souls to the afterlife. Though later versions of this myth are distorted in order to make it conform to the Biblical verson.
Most often seen in the form of a venemous centipede.
Fertility, passion, sexual activities, trees, protection, knowledge, creativity. Represents union of god and goddess, man and woman. Master of magickal power and the priesthood. Anadyomene, Turan, Venus Goddess of love and beauty.
Antheia - Goddess of gardens, flowers, swamps, and marshes. She is married to Njord, the gloomy Sea God, noted for his beautiful bare feet which is how Skadi came to choose him for her mate.
Tefnet, Tefenet, Tphenis The goddess of moisture in Egyptian myth. Atlantis One of the seven Pleiades. The female version of Mahes. Said to have created himself, then created the Universe. Welsh, Welsh death-goddess; Morgan the Fate.
Depicted as a woman with the head of a lioness. The most famous depiction of Apep is that of a gigantic serpent whose body has been coiled so tightly showing his almost unfathomable size.
Moon god whose name came from the intoxicating, hallucinogenic drink made for the gods. God of revenge, terror, and the dead. Amentet, Amentit The hostess of the Underworld. Similar to the gods and goddesses of other regions, the Egyptian deities cover nearly all aspects of ancient life while their myths cover everything from creation to the afterlife.
Different divinities and deities encompassed overseeing functions relating to various elements and roles such as fire, the forge and blacksmiths, hunting and hunters, the harvest and agriculture.
Welsh, Daughter of the sea god Llyr. Mnevis, Mer-Wer A sacred black bull worshipped in Heliopolis. Kebechsenef - One of the four sons of Horus.The following list of Greek Gods and Goddesses is a complete list of the major and minor deities of Greek mythology.
The list is presented in alphabetical order by Greek name, with commonly alternate names following, including both Roman and Etruscan versions. Seshat is the ancient Egyptian deity for wisdom, knowledge and writing whose following date back as early as the Second Dynasty.
She hailed from Lower Egypt yet her following embraces the whole nation. She is the seen as a wife, [ ]. Egyptian Gods and Goddesses.
The Egyptian Gods and Goddesses have been around longer than most cultures. Since roughly B.C. the people of Northeastern Africa have held the ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses as protectors, guides, and heavenly beings. Greek Gods A Complete List of Greek Gods, Their Names & Their Realms of Influence There have been many Greek gods mentioned across thousands of stories in Greek mythology – from the Olympian gods all the way down to the many minor gods.
The Mayan Gods were part of a complex Mayan religion were Gods ruled. They have a Mayan God for rain, death and a god of war. The Mayan Gods and Goddesses rules their lives. Roman Gods and Goddesses.
In the beginning Roman gods were considered divine manifestations, faceless, formless, and powerful. The idea of gods as anthropomorphized beings came later, with influences from the Etruscan and Greek pantheons.Download