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Deities

Egyptian and Greek Deities

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Egypt: Sun god, with the head of a falcon and a sun disk above his head. Ra
Egypt: God of Pharaohs, with the head of a hawk and the crown of Egypt. Son of Osiris and Isis. Horus
Egypt: Goddess of magic; queen of gods. Depicted with a throne or sun disk and horns on her head. Isis
Egypt: God of destruction, desert, storm, and violence. Depicted with an animal head with a long, pointed snout. Set/Seth
Egypt: Goddess of cats. Depicted with the head of a cat, though originally had the head of a lion. Bastet
Egypt: God of enbalming, with the head of a jackal. Anubis
Egypt: God of the dead. Dressed in white with a crook and flail. Osiris
Egypt: Goddess of love, music, dance, motherhood, and women. Depicted with a cow horn and sun disk on her head. Hathor (Sekhmet is darker side.)
Egypt: Destructive goddess of the sun. Depicted as a woman with a lion's head. Sekhmet (Hathor is lighter side.)
Egypt: Goddess of the sky. She is blue with golden stars. Nut
Egypt: God of the earth. He is the color of plants and fertile mud. Geb
Egypt: God of wisdom, writing, the moon, and time. Has the head of an ibis. Thoth
Egypt: Goddess of justice. Depicted with a namesake ostrich feather in her hair. Ma'at
Egypt: God of creation. Wears a crown of ostrich feathers when called by the correct name. Amun
Greek: Goddess of wisdom, strategy, (strategic) warfare, reason, and crafts. Was born directly from Zeus' head. Symbols include aegis, owl, and olive tree. Athena
Greek: King of the gods. Ruler of Olympus, the sky, weather, thunder, law, order, and fate. Symbols include thunderbolt, royal sceptre, and eagle. Zeus
Greek: God of the sea, rivers, floods, droughts, earthquakes, and horses. Symbols include the trident, dolphins, and horses. Poseidon
Greek: God of the Underworld, death, the dead, and the hidden wealth of the Earth. Symbols include the Helm of Darkness and the three-headed dog, Cerberus. Hades
Greek: God of (violent) war, bloodlust, violence, civil order, and manly courage. Symbols include the golden armour, bronze-tipped spear, eagle owl, vulture, and poisonous snake. Ares
Greek: Goddess of love, lust, beauty, seduction, and pleasure. Symbols include the dove, apple, scallop shell, and myrtle wreath. Aphrodite
Greek: God of music, healing, plague, prophecy, poetry, archery, light, truth, and the sun. Symbols include the laurel wreath, bow and quiver, raven, and lyre. Apollo
Greek: Goddess of the hunt, moon, wilderness, wild animals, childbirth, and plague. Symbols include the bow, hunting spear, animal pelts, and deer. Artemis
Greek: Goddess of fertility, agriculture, harvest, and grain. Symbols include the lotus staff, winged serpent, cornucopia, and wheat-ears. Demeter
Greek: Goddess of the hearth, home, and cooking. Symbols are the hearth and kettle. Hestia
Greek: God of wine, parties, festivals, madness, drunkenness, and pleasure. Symbols include thyrsus, drinking cup, grapevine, and crown of ivy. Dionysus
Greek: God of love, desire, cupids, and pleasure. Symbols include the bow, arrows, hearts, cupids, candles, kisses, and wings. Eros
Greek: God of fire, metalwork, stonemasonry, sculpture, and volcanoes. Symbols include the hammer, tongs, and anvil. Hephaestus
Greek: Queen of the gods. Goddess of marriage, women, childbirth, heirs, kings, and empires. Symbols include the diadem, lotus-staff, peacock, cuckoo, and pomegranate. Hera
Greek: God of travel, messengers, trade, thievery, language, writing, stealth, diplomacy, animal husbandry, and athletics. Symbols include winged sandals, traveler's cap, and herald's wand. Hermes
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