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Ailie Lillmars

on 25 September 2012

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Transcript of Anubis

Anubis Jackal-headed god of mummification and tombs
Original god of the dead
Other names: Anpu, Inpu, Ienpw, Imeut, Anup, and Wip
Symbols: Jackal, ox-hide hanging from a pole, embalming equipment, flail, flag
Always associated with death
Duties: Watches over mummification, conducts souls though the underworld, places hearts on Scales of Justice, and feeds unworthy souls to Annit, eater of souls Characteristics There is much debate as to how Anubis was born. The most well known is that he was born to Nephthys and Set. One myth states that Re and Nephthys gave birth to Anubis. A second says that Anubis' parents were Isis and Sekhmet.
He has a daughter, Kabechet. Family Original Wall Painting Appearance Digital Art of Anubis based off of Wall Painting Appearance Cont. Statue of Anubis in full jackal form Appearance Cont. Video of the Temple of Anubis Note: This is a reproduction of the original statue that was found in King Tut's tomb, and is eight feet tall. The Great Statue of Anubis Origins It is likely that Anubis is portrayed as a jackal because jackals were constantly heard howling to the west of the Nile at sunset. The
End! This is why the Pyramid of Anubis does not exist anymore c;.....
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