Because of a lot of mixing, absorbing, and
overlapping roles of many Egyptian gods, there is often more than
one god who could easily be mocked by one or
more of God's plagues in Exodus:
1. Nile water into blood
a. Hapi: god of the Nile
a. Heket, Hekhet, or Heqt: Egyptian goddess of Fertility,
Water, Renewal; frog-headed
3. Gnats or Lice from dust
a. Geb: Egyptian god of the Earth; also
b. Khepri: Egyptian god of creation, movement of the
Sun, rebirth; beetle-headed
c. Thoth: one time considered god of magic,
failed along with magicians (or priests) to duplicate
conjuring of gnats or lice.
4. Flies (gadflies)
a. Khepri: Egyptian god of resurrection, creation,
movement of the Sun, rebirth; beetle-headed
5. Cattle/livestock disease
a. Hathor: goddess of love and protection; possibly
absorbed Bat, the cow-headed goddess.
b. bull cult gods Apis, Buchis, and Mneuis
c. bulls sometimes considered embodiment of Ptah and Ra
a. Isis: goddess of medicine and peace
b. Im-Hotep: real person turned deity, patron of wisdom and medicine
c. Sekhmet: lion-headed deity of plagues, believed to
bring about or prevent epidemics or pestilence
a. Nut: Sky goddess
b. Shu: god of air; associated with calm or cooling
c. Tefnut: goddess of water/moisture; linked to sun and moon
d. Seth: associated primarily with chaos
but also thunder, the desert, and infertility.
a. Senehem: possibly locust-headed, god of protection
from ravages of pests
a. Ra or Amon-Ra: god of the sun
b. Horus: sky god; sun was his right eye, moon his left.
10. Death of the firstborn
a. Pharaoh himself
b. Min: god of reproduction
c. Ra: god who was believed to create all things
d. Anubis: god of the dead and embalming;
Ex 11:7 refers to no dogs barking,
possibly referring to jackal(or dog)-headed
Anubis having no power over Israelites during this plague.
Ten plagues fell upon Egypt - one for each of their gods showing the supremacy of the Hebrew God - the God of Creation.
The 10 plagues were supposed to prove that God exists and to convince Pharaoh to free the Israelites from Egyptian captivity.
Amun was the King of Gods
because the Pharaoh refused gods warning so god sent down the 10 plagues
He was god of the gods
There are solar gods and goddesses but there is no Egyptian god called "Sun".
1. Frogs 2. Flies
God sent ten plaques on the Egyptian.
Horus is a Egyptian god, there are many gods identified with him.
Aton was different because he was the god of monotheistic gods when Egyptian belief was all about many gods and monotheism is one god
Horus was a Egyptian war god, but so too were many gods and goddesses.
Yes Ra was the Egyptian sun god and king of all gods.
The Egyptian god of earth was Geb; there were other nature gods and goddesses but he was the chief of them.
Ra- god of sun Anubis- god of death Amon-Re- The Egyptian god Isis- The Egyptian goddess Horus- The Egyptian falcon god God Orisis and Seth the Egyptian god
Yes monthu is not the only Egyptian god of war
the Egyptian gods do not have card codes.
There were many Egyptian gods and goddesses, below are links to them.
The main god was Ra.
Gods are not born
Well considering he was an ancient Egyptian pharaoh, he believed in the traditional ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses. The main god above all of the Egyptian gods was Ra the sun god.
The "king" of the egyptian gods. The god of the Sky, god of War and god of Protection.
2 of the most important Egyptian gods: 1. Ra or Re - the sun god 2. Osiris - god of the Afterlife
Ra the king of Egyptian gods (1st)
Set was a god, not a Egyptian.
God brought plagues upon him (Exodus ch.7-12).