Anukis and Satis

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Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt by Morris L. Bierbrier

Ancient Egypt. A Reference Guide. . 2011.

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  • Anukis —    Daughter of the god Khnum of Elephantine and Satis. She is depicted as a human female figure wearing a feathered headdress and was principally worshipped at Elephantine and in Nubia.    See also Religion. Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt …   Ancient Egypt

  • Satis —    Consort of the god Khnum of Elephantine. She is depicted as a human female figure with a white crown with horns. She was principally worshipped at Elephantine and in Nubia.    See also Anukis; Religion. Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt… …   Ancient Egypt

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  • Anuket — In Egyptian mythology, Anuket (also spelled Anqet, and in Greek, Anukis) originally was the personification and goddess of the Nile river, in areas such as Elephantine, at the start of the Nile s journey through Egypt, and in nearby regions of… …   Wikipedia

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  • Religion —    For most of Egyptian history no attempt was made to develop a coherent religious theology for the entire country. Egypt consisted of many cities, each of which had a god or goddess to whom the inhabitants were particularly attached, along with …   Ancient Egypt

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