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Aabit, Aah, Aker, Amaunet ,Amen, Ament, Ami, Ami, Neter, AmiPi, Amutnen, Amu Anhur, Anubis, Anqet, Apep, Apit, Apuat, Aput, Asbit, Aseb, Ashkit, Ashu, Aua, Auf, Auit, Bait, Baket, Ba-neb-Tetet,Bast, Bata, Bekhkhi,t Bes, Buto, Hapi, Hathor, HehHeqet,HesaHorus, Hu, Hutchai, Imhotep,Isis, Kekui, Kekuit,Khensu, Khepera, Khnemu, Khurab, Maa, Maat, Mafdet,Mahes ,Mathit ,Mehueret,Menthi, Merseger, Mesen, Meshkent,Min Montu ,Mut, Nehebkau,Neith, Nekhebet, Neper, Nephthys, Nerit, Nu, Nun, Nut, Osiris, Pakhit ,Papait, Pestit,Pestu ,Ptah, Ra ,Rat, Rekhit, Remi , Remnit, Renenet, Renpet, Renpiti, Renenutet, Saa,Sati, Seb, Sebek, Seker, Sekhet, Sekhmet ,Selqet, Seshat, Set, Setem, Shai (male) or Shait (female),Shesmu, Shu, Sia,Tait, Tanent, Ta-Urt, Tefnut, Temu ,Thoth ,Uadjet, Un, Unit,Unta, Untabi,Ur-Henu, Utchait, Utekh, Utet-Tefef and Wepwawet.
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there are many but the most common ones are osirus, isis, set, horus, bast, bes.
Aken Ferryman of the Underworld . Aker Guardian and Gatekeeper of the Underworld . Am-Heh - Devourer of Millions . Ament Greeter of the Dead . Ammit Devourer of the Wicked… . Amun and Amun-Re The King of the Gods . Anat Mother of Gods . Andjety A precursor of Osiris . Anqet The Embracer, Goddess of Fertility and the Nile atAswan . Anubis God of Embalming . Anuke Goddess of War . Anuket Goddess of the Nile . Apep The Great Destroyer . Arensnuphis Anthropomorphic Nubian Deity . As Kindly God of the Desert . Astarte, Warrior Goddess of Canaan . Aten The Sun Disk and later God . Atum The All-Father . Auf (Efu Ra) An aspect of the sun god Ra . Baal, God of Thunder . Ba-Pef - The Soul . Babi - The Dominant Male Baboon God . Banebdjetet God of Lower Egypt . Bast Beautiful Cat-Goddess . Bat - Ancient Cow Goddess . Benu (Bennu) - The Bird of Creation . Bes Protector of Childbirth . Dedwen - Nubian God of Resources . Denwen - The Fiery Serpent . The Ennead The Nine Great Osirian Gods . Fetket - The Sun God's Butler . Geb God of the Earth . Gengen Wer - The Great Honker . Hapi God of the Nile River . Hathor Goddess of Music and Dance . Hatmehyt - The Fish Goddess . Haurun, The Victorious Herdsman . Heh and Hauhet Deities of Infinity and Eternity . Heqet Frog Goddess . Heret-Kau - She who is Above the Spirits . Heryshef, Ruler of the Riverbanks . Heset Goddess of Plenty . Hetepes-Sekhus - An Eye of Re . Hike God of Magic and Medicine . Horus King of the Gods on Earth . Hu God of the Spoken Word . Iabet, Cleanser of Re, Personification of the East . Ihy - The Child God . Imhotep Lord of Science and Thought . Ipy (Opet), A Mother of Osiris . Isis Queen of the Gods . Iusaas - Creator Goddess . Kabechet Helper of Anubis . Kek and Kauket, Deities of Darkness, Obscurity and Night . Khenmu The Great Potter . Kherty - Ram-headed God . Kephri The Great Scarab . Khonsu God of the Moon . Maat Lady of Truth and Order . Mafdet Goddess of Scorpions and Snakes . Mahaf - The Ferryman . Mahes The Lord of the Massacre . Male Child Gods of Egypt . Mandulis - The Lower Nubian Sun God . Mehen Defender of the Sun Boat . Mehet-Weret - Cow Goddess of the Sky . Menhit Lion-headed War Goddess . Mertseger Guardian of the Valley of the Kings . Meskhenet - Goddess of Childbirth . Mihos - Son of Bastet . Min God of Fertility . Montu, Warrior and Solar God . Mut Grandmother of the Gods . Nefertem Lord of the Sunrise . Nehebkau, the God who Joined the Ka to the Body . Nekhbet Goddess of the Power of Kings . Neith Goddess of War and Funerals . Nephthys Lady of the Wings . Nun and Naunet Gods of Chaos and Water . Nut Goddess of the Firmament . The Ogdoad The Primordial Creation Gods . Onuris The War God . Osiris Lord of the Dead . Pakhet The Strength of Woman . Panebtawy - The Child God . Peteese and Pihor - Brother Gods . Ptah The Creator . Qadesh - Goddess of Ecstasy and Sexual Pleasure . Re (Ra) The Sun God . Renenutet Goddess of the Harvest . Reshep - The Syrian War God . Sah and Sopdet (Sothis) The Astral God and Goddess . Satet Goddess of the Inundation . Satis Guardian of the Borders . Sebiumeker - Meroitic God of Procreation . Sefkhet-Abwy - Goddess of Writing and Temple Libraries . Seker The Resurrected Osiris . Sekhmet The Eye of Ra . Sepa - Centipede God . Serapis the Composite God . Serqet (Selkis) Scorpion Goddess . Seshat Goddess of writing, measurements . Set God of Evil . Shay - Personified Destiny . Shesmetet - Leonine Goddess . Shesmu Demon god of the Win Press . Shu God of the Air and Sky . Sia - The Perceptive Mind . Sobek Guard of the Gods . Sons of Horus Gods of the Viscera and the Canopic Jars . Sopedu - The Border Patrol God . Ta-Bitjet - A Wife of Horus . Tasenetnofret - The Good Sister . Taweret Goddess Demoness of Birth . Tayet - Goddess of Weaving . Tefnut Goddess of Moisture . Tatenen - "Father of Gods" and the God of the Rising Earth . Thoth God of Wisdom . Wadj Wer - The Pregnant God . Wadjet The Serpent Goddess . Weneg - Ancient Son of Re . Wepwawet (Upuaut) The Opener of the Ways . Wosret - Goddess of Thebes . Yah - Another Moon God . Yamm - God of the Sea .
The gods of Egypt includ Isis Ibis Horus many others
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That's very tough. There were so many of them. Try a website devoted to that kind of thing. Try searching 'eqyptian god pantheon ' . Ra was the head god. Other imp…ortant ones were Osiris, Isis, Seth, Horus, and Thoth. But there are many more!
Every town and city had its own temple or temples where the gods could be worshipped. Thebes was an important religious centre during much of ancient Egypt.
Ra or Re - the sun god Hathor - goddess of love Bes - god of good things like family and good luck Anubis - god of mummification Bastet - the cat goddess Horus - god… of vengeance, the kings, and the sky Thoth - god of wisdom Set - god of evil and chaos Isis - goddess of motherhood and magic Osiris - god of the afterlife
Yes...all of the feared and respected gods and goddesses had a shrine.
Usually nṯr, "god", and its feminine form nṯrt, "goddess".
Their is Anubis, Bast(?), Osiris,
Well over a thousand have been named; but a whole count has yet to be reached.
The Ogdoad : Nun and Naunet represent the primordial seas, Kuk and Kauket represent the infinite darkness, Hu and Hauhet represent empty space, and Amun and Amaunet represent …quintessence, or the secret powers of creation. From them Atum was born. The Ennead : Atum, Shu, Tefnut, Geb, Nut, Osiris, Isis, Set, and Nephthys. There were, of course, other ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses.
Everything in creation was to the Egyptian people, made and maintained by their gods and goddesses.
There is no official list of Egyptian gods and goddesses, below are links that will help you know more.
The religion of the ancient Egyptians reflects how they saw the world around them, the nature of the universe and how it came to be and continued.