In Egyptian mythology, Duat (also Tuat and Tuaut or Akert, Amenthes, Amenti, or Neter-khertet) is the underworld.
The Duat one would think to reside in an area under the Earth, but ancient Egyptians often referred to the sky. The Duat is the realm of the god Osiris and the residence of other gods and supernatural beings. It is the region through which the sun god Ra travels from west to east during the night, and where he battled Apep.
It also was the place where people's souls went after death for judgement, though it was not the full extent of the afterlife. Burial chambers formed touching-points between the mundane world and the Duat, and spirits could use tombs to travel back and forth from the Duat.
Duat was the place Egyptians believed the dead roamed
The Duat (underworld) where he guided, protected and tested the dead of ancient Egypt.
Anubis was in ancient Egypt the god responsible for embalming (mummification) and the guide and protector of the dead in the underworld (Duat).
Anubis was largely the ancient Egyptian god of the Duat (underworld); he is thought to have ruled it prior to Osiris in mythology.
Anubis was the ancient Egyptian god of embalming, protector, guide, and tester of the dead in the Duat (underworld).
The ancient Egyptian deity that was considered the Crocodile-headed devourer in Duat is Ammit.
The name of the God of rebirth and ruler of the dead in Ancient Egypt was Osiris.
In ancient Egypt Anubis was known as the god of embalming (mummification) and guide and protector of the dead person's Aka while traveling in the Duat (underworld).
It depends on what the person wearing it believes. Anubis was a god of ancient Egypt of embalming and who protected, tested, and guided the dead in the Duat (afterlife).
Duat wasn't a god. Duat was sort of like the underworld, where all things go in death, where they are banished, and where gods are imprisoned. You could also travel in the Duat, but only in the shallow parts. The deeper you went, the more dangerous the creatures there were. And you could store things in the Duat, but sometimes you couldn't get them back. Duat was like the opposite of good, it was like chaos.
Duat was an evil Dragon
With the gods and goddesses of ancinet Egypt, Anubis was believed to dwell alongside the people of Egypt other placs the gods and goddesses traveled to was the Duat and Aaru.