Ra is the ancient Egyptian deity of the sun. By the Fifth Dynasty, he had become one of the most important gods in ancient Egyptian religion, identified primarily with the sun. Ra was believed to rule in all parts of the created world. He was the god of the sun, order, kings, and the sky.
The Egyptian god of mummification and the afterlife as well as the patron god of lost souls and the helpless was known as Anubis. He is one of the oldest gods of Egypt, who most likely developed from the earlier (and much older) jackal god Wepwawet with whom he is often confused.
The Egyptian god of war, chaos, and storms, brother of Osiris, Isis, and Horus the Elder, uncle to Horus the Younger, and brother-husband to Nephthys.
All four of these calcite “canopic” jars belonged to the same person, who lived during the Late Period. Their stoppers were made in the likeness of Horus’s four sons, funerary gods whose role was to guard the internal organs.
Geb was the Egyptian god of the Earth and later a member of the Ennead of Heliopolis. Nut, also known by various other transcriptions, is the goddess of the sky, stars, cosmos, mothers, astronomy, and the universe in the ancient Egyptian religion.
Bastet is the Egyptian goddess of the home, domesticity, women’s secrets, cats, fertility, and childbirth. She protected the home from evil spirits and disease, especially diseases associated with women and children.
One of the most cherished pets in ancient Egypt was a monkey. The ancient Egyptians treated this intelligent creature with overwhelming adoration. This is evidenced by the recent discovery of monkeys being buried alongside the dead in tombs.
Eye Of Horus has been an everlasting ancient Egyptian Motif during all times.
At a time while the whole world was surrounded by unknowns and fear, the Egyptian Gods and Goddess took their journey unveiling the mysterious facts of the world