Other Significant Deities
- Andjety - god thought to be a precursor to Osiris.
- Anhur - god of war at Abydos and Thinis.
- Anput - goddess who was the female aspect of Anubis, his wife.
- Anti - hawk god of Upper Egypt.
- Anuket - gazelle-headed goddess of the Nile River, the child of Satis, and among the Elephantine triad of deities.
- Apis – bull deity worshipped in the Memphis region.
- Ash - god of oases and the vineyards of the western Nile Delta.
- Amenhotep, son of Hapu – philosopher, god of healing
- Ahmose-Nefertari – Mistress of the sky, lady of the west
- Amenhotep I – god of oracles, god of Deir el-Medina
- Babi - baboon god associated with death and virility.
- Banebdjedet - ram god of fertility.
- Bast or Bastet – goddess depicted as a lioness, house cat, cat-bodied or cat-headed woman; after Greek occupation identified by them as a lunar deity.
- Bat – cow goddess who gave authority to the king, her cult originated in Upper Egypt and persisted widely until absorbed as an aspect of Hathor after the eleventh dynasty.
- Bata - bull god.
- Bes – dwarfed demigod associated with protection of the household, particularly childbirth, and entertainment.
- Chenti-cheti - crocodile god.
- Ha - god of the western deserts.
- Hapi or Hapy – deification of the annual flooding of the Nile, associated with fertility.
- Hatmehit - fish goddess, originally a deification of the Nile River.
- Hauhet - female personification of infinity or eternity
- Hedetet - scorpion goddess, later incorporated into Isis
- Hemen - falcon god
- Heqet – frog or a frog-headed goddess of childbirth and fertility
- Hemsut - goddess of fate and protection
- Heryshaf - ram god
- Huh - deification of eternity
- Iah - god of the moon
- Iat - minor goddess of milk and, by association, of nurturing and childbirth
- Iusaaset – a primal goddess described as "the grandmother of all of the deities"
- Imhotep – god of medicine and healing.
- Kauket - snake-headed female personification of darkness, whose consort was the frog-headed Kuk
- Kebechet - goddess of embalming liquid and purification, a snake or ostrich
- Kneph - a creator deity
- Khonsu – god of youth and the moon
- Kuk – frog-headed personification of darkness, whose consort or female form was the snake-headed Kauket
- Maahes – lion-headed god of war, weather
- Mafdet – goddess who protected against snakes and scorpions
- Menhit – goddess of war, associated with Sekhmet
- Meret - goddess associated with rejoicing, singing, and dancing
- Meskhenet – goddess of childbirth and the creator of each person's Ka, a part of their soul, which she breathed into them at the moment of birth
- Mnevis – the sacred bull of Heliopolis
- Monthu - falcon god of war
- Nefertem - god of healing and beauty
- Nekhbet – vulture goddess, patron of pharaohs and Upper Egypt
- Neper - a god of grain
- Pakhet – feline goddess, a synthesis of Sekhmet and Bast
- Petbe - god of revenge
- Qebui – god of the north wind
- Rem - fish god who fertilizes the land with his tears
- Renenutet - cobra or snake goddess worshipped in Lower Egypt, associated with Wadjet, fate, and deification of the act of giving a true name during birth, later Geb was her husband
- Satet – goddess of war, hunting, fertility, and the flooding of the Nile River
- Serket – scorpion goddess of healing stings and bites
- Seshat – goddess of writing, astronomy, astrology, architecture, and mathematics; depicted as a scribe
- Shed - saviour deity
- Shezmu - god of execution, slaughter, blood, oil, and wine
- Sobek – crocodile god of the Nile, patron of the military
- Sobkou - messenger god
- Sopdet - goddess seen as the personification of the star Sothis, (Sirius)
- Sopdu - personification of the scorching heat of the sun arriving after heliacal rising
- Ta-Bitjet - scorpion goddess identified as the consort of Horus
- Tatenen - androgynous deity of the primordial mound
- Taweret – hippopotamus goddess of pregnant women and protector during childbirth
- Tenenet - goddess of beer
- Unut - snake goddess
- Wadjet – snake goddess and protector of Lower Egypt
- Wadj-wer – fertility god and personification of the Mediterranean Sea or lakes of the Nile Delta
- Weneg - plant god supporting the heavens
- Werethekau - goddess of supernatural powers and protection of the deceased, associated with the crowns
- Wepwawet – jackal god of warfare and hunting
- Wosret – a guardian goddess of Thebes whose cult became prominent widely, protector of the young god Horus, an early consort of Amun, later superseded by Mut
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