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various egyptian gods and goddess..left to right: anubis, seth, horus and hathor..anubis - yinepu - dog or jackal god of embalming and tomb-caretaker who watches over the dead - associated with mummification and the afterlife in egyptian mythology...set - seth - god of storms, later became god of evil, darkness, chaos and desert and patron of upper egypt...horus - heru - the falcon-headed god - is one of the oldest and most significant of the deities in the ancient egyptian religion. horus served many functions in the egyptian pantheon, most notably being the god of the sky and god of war...hathor - hethert - among the oldest of egyptian deities - often depicted as the cow, a cow-goddess, sky-goddess and tree-goddess who was the mother to the pharaoh and earlier to the universe - an ancient egyptian goddess who personified the principles of feminine love, motherhood and joy.

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