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Geb: Son of Shu and Tefnut and the brother and husband of Nut. Through Nut he had four children, Osiris, Isis, Seth and Nephthys. Geb was the god of the earth. Even so, Geb guided the dead to heaven and he gave them meat and drink.images show him lying underneath his wife (Nut, goddess of the sky) and his father (Shu, god of the air). He reclines on one elbow with a knee and arm in the air. In this way he symbolized the valleys and hills of the land, which was called "The House of Geb." X

Geb: Son of Shu and Tefnut and the brother and husband of Nut. Through Nut he had four children, Osiris, Isis, Seth and Nephthys. Geb was the god of the earth. Even so, Geb guided the dead to heaven and he gave them meat and drink.images show him lying underneath his wife (Nut, goddess of the sky) and his father (Shu, god of the air). He reclines on one elbow with a knee and arm in the air. In this way he symbolized the valleys and hills of the land, which was called "The House of Geb." X

Ma'at -Goddess of truth, justice and harmony; associated with the balance of things on earth; daughter of the sun god Ra.

Ma'at -Goddess of truth, justice and harmony; associated with the balance of things on earth; daughter of the sun god Ra.

Geb was frequently described mythologically as father of snakes (one of the names for snake was s3-t3 – "son of the earth")

Geb was frequently described mythologically as father of snakes (one of the names for snake was s3-t3 – "son of the earth")

シュー(Shu):エジプト神話ストーリー

シュー(Shu):エジプト神話ストーリー

Horus was one of the solar deities of the ancient Egyptians. He rose and set every day, and is often associated with Nut, the sky god. Horus later became connected with another sun god, Ra. #litha #summer #solstice

Horus was one of the solar deities of the ancient Egyptians. He rose and set every day, and is often associated with Nut, the sky god. Horus later became connected with another sun god, Ra. #litha #summer #solstice

Egipto

Egipto

Isis and Wepwawet, god of Asyut  Date: ca. 1279–1213 B.C.  Asyut (Assiut, Siut; Lykopolis), Tomb of Siese, Khashaba  Accession Number: 17.2.5

Isis and Wepwawet, god of Asyut Date: ca. 1279–1213 B.C. Asyut (Assiut, Siut; Lykopolis), Tomb of Siese, Khashaba Accession Number: 17.2.5

Anubi– Il Crepuscolo degli Dèi

Anubi– Il Crepuscolo degli Dèi

SET, GOD OF STORMS, THE DESERT & CHAOS - Mostly depicted as a fabulous creature with a curved snout, long rectangular ears, a forked tail, & a canine body. Sometimes, depicted as a human with only the head of the Set animal. Set was born of the sky goddess Nut & the earth god Geb. Set's sister & wife was Nephthys. Set is portrayed as the usurper that killed & mutilated his own brother Osiris. Osiris' son Horus sought revenge upon him & this battle between is a popular event In Egyptian…

SET, GOD OF STORMS, THE DESERT & CHAOS - Mostly depicted as a fabulous creature with a curved snout, long rectangular ears, a forked tail, & a canine body. Sometimes, depicted as a human with only the head of the Set animal. Set was born of the sky goddess Nut & the earth god Geb. Set's sister & wife was Nephthys. Set is portrayed as the usurper that killed & mutilated his own brother Osiris. Osiris' son Horus sought revenge upon him & this battle between is a popular event In Egyptian…

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