Hapi was the god of what?
Hapi is the ancient god of the Mile. Halo was portrayed as a man with women's breasts and protruding belly. This indicated fertility and ability to nourish the land. The wife of Hapi was Nekhebet in the south and Buto in the north.
There are two gods called Hapi, although their hieroglyphic names are quite different. Hapi (Hep, Hap, Hapy, Hapr) the blue/green skinned god of the Nile and its inundation. In appearance a fat bearded man with breasts, wearing a crown of reeds and lotus blossoms. Hapi, sometimes transliterated as Hapy the Son of Horus was protector the jar of the lungs often depicted with a baboon head and was protected by Nephthys.