FC: Ancient Egypt
1: Heres god Amun holding a metal object. | he was the most powerful god in Ancient Egypt. | here is Amun sitting in his throne/ chair.
3: To the right stands god Hathor the woman with the ears of a cow. | Here is another picture of the god Hathor sitting upon her throne.
5: Here stands god seshat the woman who wore panther skin dresses and a star head dress.
7: to the left is god Tefnut the woman with the head of a lioness. | here is another image of god tefnut sitting in her throne chair.
8: to the right stands god nephthys the god of mansions .
10: To the right is God Shu a man who wears a headdress with feathers Shu was the god of the air..
13: to the right is nun he is the man thats carrying a bark. | NUN WAS THE ONLY THING THAT EXISTED ON EARTH BEFORE THERE WAS LAND THEN THE FIRST LAND IN THE FORM OF A MOUND ROSE OUT OF NUN. NUN WE ALSO ASSOCIATED WITH THE CHAOS THAT EXCISTED AT THE EDGES OF THE UNIVERSE.
14: TO THE LEFT IS RA. RA IS THE MAN WITH THE HAWK HEAD AND A HEADRESS WITH A SUN DISK.
17: to the right is man atum the man with the double crown the ancient egyptians beleive that atum was the first god to exist on earth.
19: to the left is god tawaret the man with the head of a hippopautomus and the arms and legs of a lion the back and tail of a crocodile and the breasts and stomach of a pregnant women.
21: to the left is god geb the man laying down below the arch of the sky godess of nut a man with a goose on his head.
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28: To the right is God Isis was a women Woman with headdress in the shape of a throne A pair of cow horns with a sun disk Isis was a really powerful god she used her magic to do spells to help people in need.
30: ToKhnum was a creator-god, moulding people on a potter's wheel. Since potters used Nile mud, Khnum was also connected with the innundation. the right is god Khnum was the man with the head of a curly head ram
32: To the right is God Sobek is the man with the head of a crocodile. Khnum was a creator-god, moulding people on a potter's wheel. Since potters used Nile mud, Khnum was also connected with the innundation.