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Gods and Goddesses of Africa

Abassi 
Creator god of the Efik people in Nigeria. Following his wife Atais instructions he made the first man and woman and placed them on earth with the order not to work or have any children. When, eventually, they broke the order Atai killed the man and woman and created strife and fighting between their children.

Abuk 
According to Dinka mythology, Abuk is the first woman. She is the patron of women and gardens, and her symbol is a small snake. 

Adroa 
God of the Lugbara people. Adroa has two aspects: one good and one evil. The creator of Heaven and Earth. He appears to those about to die. Adroa is depicted as a tall, white man with only half a body - one eye, one arm, one leg, one ear. 

Adroanzi 
The children of Lugbara god Adroa . They dwell near large trees, rocks and streams. The Adroanzi are fond of following people at night. If the person does not look back, they will be safe. If the person does look back, the Adroanzi will kill them. 

Agé 
Dahomey god of the wilderness and animals. Often worshipped by hunters. 
 
Agwe 
The mother of the sea. Affectionate and nurturing to humans who honor her. 

Aha Njoku 
Goddess of yams and the women who care for them. Worshipped by the Ibo tribe of Nigeria. 

Aja 
Forest Goddess of the Yoruba people. Teaches the use of medicinal herbs. 
Ajok  God of the Lotuko tribe of Sudan. Has the power to raise the dead, but due to a bad experience vowed never to do so again. 

Anansi 
Trickster god of the Ashanti people. Created the sun and moon, and instituted the succession of night and day. He is the intermediary for the god of the sky Nyame. He brings rain to stop the forest fires and is in charge of the extent of floods. He taught man to sow grain and till the fields. His mother is Asase Ya. 

Arebati 
Sky and moon god of the Pygmies of Zaire. He created the first man from clay and brought him to life. He is referred to as afa or father.
Asa  God of the Akamba people of Kenya. A strong yet merciful lord and god of sustenance and consolation. He helps when humans can't. Asa is also known as Mwatuangi, "distributor", Mulungu, "creator", and Mumbi, "fashioner". 
 
Banga 
Ngbandi people of Zaires' god of fresh waters. 
 
Bomazi 
Ancestral deity of the Congo. 

Buku 
West African sky god.
 
Bumba 
Creator god of the Boshongo of Zaire, who vomited up the sun, earth, and all living creatures including man. 

Cghene 
Supreme god of the Isoko of Nigeria. Considered too remote from people to be worshipped. 

Chiuta 
Rain god of the Tumbuka, considered the supreme god of the tribe. 

Chuku 
Supreme god of the Ibo peoples, all good comes from him. The creator god, he also brings the rains which make the plants grow. His wife is Ala and his symbol is the sun.

Da 
Great serpent god of the Fon peoples in Dahomey. He is the son of the supreme god Mawu. He supports creation with his giant coils, 3,500 above the earth and 3,500 below. 

Deng 
Creator, rain, fertility, and sky god of the Dinka tribe. His mother is the goddess Abuk.

Domfe 
Kurumba god of rain, water and wind. He gave the first seeds for food plants to man.

Dongo 
Songhai god of thunder. 

Dziva 
Creator Goddess of the Shona people in Zimbabwe. Generally benevolent, but also has a terrible aspect. 

Edinkira 
Tree Goddess. 

Egungun-oya 
An aspect of the Yoruban Goddess of divination. 

Enekpe 
Goddess of the family and guardian of destiny. 

En-kai 
Rain god of the Maasai of East Africa. En-kai, a remote deity, is Parsai, "the one who is worshipped", and Emayian, "the one who blesses". 

Eseasar 
An earth Goddess. Wife of the sky god, Ebore. 

Eshu 
Yoruba god of beginnings, doorways and crossroads. He rules the opportunity and potentiality of a situation, and the risks and rewards inherent in it. also known as Exu (Brazil), Eleggua (Cuba),and Esu (West Africa), is the owner of every road of life.

Faro 
Sky and water god of the Bambara people. He became pregnant by the rocking of the universe, and he gave birth to various twins, the ancestors of the human race. Faro gives water to all living creatures, and taught mankind the use of words, tools, agriculture, and fishing. The omni-present spirits serve as his messengers and representatives. He is continually reorganizing the cosmos. Returns to earth every 400 years to verify that everything is still in order. 

Gamab
The bushmen call him Gauna and among the Khoikhoi he is known as Gaunab. God of fate and the master of life and death. The supreme deity of the Haukoin people of southern Africa. He shoots arrows from the high heavens at Earth, and those who are hit must die. 

Gbadu 
Goddess of fate among the Fon people. Gbadu is the daughter of Mawu the supreme goddess of the Fon. 

Gun 
Fon god of iron and war. He is a son of Mawu and Lisa, and the twin of Xevioso. 
 
Gunab 
The Khoikhoi god of evil.

Gunuko
One of the principal deities of the Nupe of Northern Nigeria.

Heitsi 
 Khoikhoi god of the hunt. He has cycles of death and rebirth. 

Huntin
A Xhosa tree spirit. 

Huve 
Supreme god of the Bushmen. 

Imana 
Creator God of the Banyarwanda people. 

Jok 
Creator god of the Alur tribesmen of Uganda and Zaire. He is also known as Jok Odudu, "god of birth". 

Kaang 
Creator god of the African Bushmen. He is the maker of all things and is responsible for all natural phenomenon. He is part of all things but especially the mantis and caterpillar.

Kaka-Guie 
Protector of men and god of death and the afterlife among the Baule Negroes of the Ivory Coast. He is present at all funerals and guides the departeds soul to the afterlife. His representation is a buffalo mask which women may not see. The punishment for breaking this taboo is death.

Kalunga 
Originally the ancestral god of the Lunda people of Angola, Zaire and Zambia. Later he became the supreme being, a god of the sky and of creation. He is all-knowing and all-seeing, and a righteous judge of the dead whose decisions are characterized by wisdom and compassion. He is also the god of the sea, where the dead dwell.

Khonvoum 
Hunter god of the Pygmies. The creator of mankind and the jungles. He is responsible for assuring that the sun will rise each day. He carries a bow made of two snakes that appears to be a rainbow to men.
Kombu  Creator god. 

Legba 
He is a Yoruba god of destiny. The first to be invoked since he holds the key to the gate separating the realms of the gods from those of man. He appears as a poorly dressed old man but is very strong. He is known for his intelligence, cunning and knowledge of all the languages of man. He is a trickster.

Leza
The creator god of the Central African people. He is the supreme god and gave the people their customs. He is also a sky god, responsible for rain, thunder, and wind.

Lisa 
Fon god of the sun, sky and power. Husband of Mawu. 

Mami Wata 
African deity of the water and of excess, she is seen as both a mermaid and a beautiful woman walking the streets of modern Africa. Mami Wata is described as having long dark hair, very fair skin and compelling eyes. She loves all things expensive, modern and beautiful. Mami Wata's colors are red and white. 

Massim-Biambe 
Omnipotent creator god of the Mundang people of the Congo. 
Mawu  Supreme deity of the Fon people. She created the universe. Her husband is Lisa. 

Mbaba Mwana Waresa 
Goddess of the Zulu people, who gave mankind the gift of beer. 

Mbomba 
Creator god and ancestral deity of the Mongo people. He is master of life and death. The sun, moon, and man are his children. He is also known as Nzakomba. 

Minga Bengale 
Shongon god of hunters, who taught mankind how to make nets. 

Mugasa 
Sky god of the Bambusi people of Zaire. Associated with the moon. 

Mugasha 
Bazabi god of water. He is the son of Wamara. 

Mukuru
The ancestral god and creator god of the Herero bushmen of Namibia. He shows his compassion by providing the rain, caring for the elderly, and healing the sick. 

Mulungu
The creator god in eastern Africa, from Kamba people in the north to the Zambesi people in the south. Many peoples, such as the Nyamwezi of Tanzania, worship him as a sky god whose voice is thunder. 

Musso Koroni 
Goddess of discord and disorder among the Bambara people. She is the daughter of the Voice of the Void, and wife of Pemba.

Nana Buluku 
Supreme god of the Fon tribe. He is the father of the twins Lisa and Mawu. 

Neiterogob 
Earth Goddess of the Masai. 

Nyalitch 
Supreme god of the Dinka. God of the sky and rain. 

Nzame 
Supreme god of the Fan people of the Congo 

Obassi 
Supreme deity of the Ekoi and Ibibio of the Niger Delta. 

Obatala 
One of the major deities of the Yoruba people. With his brother Odudua he forms the primordial pair of gods. He is the creator of the human body in which his father Olorun breathes the soul. He is the sky-god and god of the North, and the first Orisha to be created. He helped to create humans. 

Odudua 
Yoruba god of the South. Brother Obatala. He is a son of Olokun and Olorun.

Oromila 
God of divination of the Benin people. 

Oshunmare 
The rainbow serpent of the Yoruba people. The counterpart of the Dahomean Aido-hwedo. 

Pamba 
The creator deity of the Ovambo people. 

Quamta 
Supreme god of the Xhosa people of South Africa, a people of the Transkei. Quamta is worshipped at stone mounds to which one stone is added by each worshipper. 

Raluvumbha 
Supreme god of the Baventa of Transvaal in S. Africa. 

Ryangombe 
Baziba god of cattle. He is the son of Wamara. 

Shakpana 
Angry god of the Yoruba, who inflicts man with pox and madness. 
Shango  God of thunder and ancestor of the Yoruba. He is often depicted with a double axe on his head (symbol of thunder) and six eyes. His symbol is the ram and his colors are red and white. Shango (Xango) has three wives: Oya, who stole Shango's secrets of magic; Oschun, the river goddess who is Shango's favorite because of her culinary abilities; and Oba, who tried to win his love by offering her ear for him to eat. His symbolic animal is the ram.

Tore 
Wood god of the Pygmies of Zaire. He is patron of the hunt and lord of the animals. He manifests as storms and hides in the rainbow.

Tsui 
Khoikhoi god of rain, thunder and sorcerers. 

Umvelinqangi 
Creator god of the Zulu. He manifests as thunder and earthquakes. 
Unumbotte  Creator god of the Basari of Togo. 

Wele 
Supreme god of the Kavirondo (Vugusu) in Kenya. Manifests as two personalities: Omuwanga, the gentle 'white' god and Gumali the 'black' god of misfortune. He first created the heavens, the sun and the moon, and the other celestial bodies. Finally he created the earth and mankind. 
Woto  Shongo god of fire. 

Xevioso
The Thunder pantheon of Dahomey. This is the So (the deity of Thunder) of Xevie, a small settlement in southern Dahomey, where the principal shrines of the Thunder gods are located. 

Yangombi 
 African god of creation. 

Yansan 
Yoruba deity of the wind. 

Yemaja 
Mother Goddess of the Yoruba. Goddess of birth and fertility, and worshipped primarily by women. She is the daughter of Obatala, and her brother is Aganya. 
 

 
 
Gods and Goddesses of the Egyptians

Aker
God of the earth and the dead. Guards the place where the eastern and western horizons meet, as well as the gate through which the pharaoh enters the underworld. Depicted as a strip of land with both ends forming the heads of a lion or human, or two lions facing in opposite directions.

Amathaunta
Goddess of the sea.

Amaunet
Mother Goddess and personification of the life-giving northern wind. Pictures as a snake or snake-head wearing the crown of lower Egypt.

Ament
Goddess who welcomed the spirits of the newly dead at the gates of the underworld with bread and water.

Amun
Originally a god of wind and ruler of the air, became the all-powerful sun deity of Thebes and then supreme ruler of the gods.

Amun-Re
Combination of gods Amun and Re or Ra, used as the name of Amun when he became the national god of Thebes and Egypt.

Andjety
God of the underworld, responsible for the rebirth of souls in the afterlife.

Anhur
Warrior and hunter god. Personified the royal warriors.

Ankt
Spear-carrying Goddess of war.

Anouke
Elder Goddess of war. Pictured with bow and arrows.

Anti
Guardian deity and god of ferrymen.

Anubis
God of the dead and embalming, and protector of cemetaries and burial tombs. He holds the scales which weigh the hearts of the dead; if the heart is light, the soul will be taken to Osiris. If the heart is heavy, it will be destroyed. Pictured as a man with the head of a jackal or dog.

Anuket
Goddess of the Nile river and nourisher of the fields. Pictured with a crown of reeds and ostrich feathers.

Apep
God of chaos, darkness and evil. He battles with the sun god Re">Re to keep the sun from returning to the world on its nightly journey through the underworld.

Apis
Bull god and sacred bull of Memphis.

Arensnuphis
Benign god of Egyptian Nubia and a companion of Isis. Seen as a lion or a man wearing a plumed crown.

Aten
God of the sun and name of the visible solar disc. Aten was, for a time, the only god of Egypt during the reign of Akanaten, but the land returned to polytheism on the pharaoh's death. Pictured as a solar disc with rays that end in human hands, holding the ankh.

Atum
Primordial sun god and creator of the world. He is the evening or setting sun.

Ba
Ram god and a god of fertility. Invoked by women in the hopes that he would help them conceive.

Babi
Demonic god said to live on human entrails. He helped to devour the hearts of those deemed unworthy in the ceremony of the weighing of the heart.

Banebdjetet
Ram god of lower Egypt. Pictured as a man with a ram's head.

Bastet
Cat headed Goddess of Egypt. A solar and later lunar deity.

Bat
Cow Goddess of fertility. Pictured as a cow or as a woman with the ears and horns of a cow.

Bes Grotesque
dwarf god. Said to guard households against evil spirits and misfortune. Also a god of joviality, dancing, singing and happiness.

Beset
Female version of the god Bes.

Buto
Snake Goddess of the oracle at Buto and protector of the Egyptian royal family.

Chenti-cheti
Falcon or crocodile god.

Chenti-irti
Falcon god of law and order.

Cherti
Ferryman of the dead and protector of the pharaoh's tomb. Pictured as a ram or a man with a ram's head.

Chnum
Ram god who makes the Nile delta fertile and suitable for agriculture.

Chons
God of the moon and the master of time.

Chontamenti
God of the dead and the land of the west. Seen as a dog or dog's head with horns.

Dedun
God of wealth and incense. Pictured as a man or a lion.

Dua
God of toiletry.

Duamutef
Guardian of the east and a funerary god. He protected the stomach of the deceased.

Ennead
Council of the gods, specifically those of the Osiris pantheon.

Geb
Seb.

Hah
God of the sky. He represents the limitless expanse of the sky, and is pictured with his arms spread wide to support it.

Hapi
Personification of the Nile River. Pictured as a fat man to signify abundance. Also, a funerary god and son of Horus. Protected the lungs of the deceased.

Har-nedj-itef
Form of the god Horus. Protector of the dead.

Har-pa-khered Horus
as a child. Invoked to ward off dangerous creatures. Known as Harpocrates by the Greeks.

Hathor
One of the main Goddesses of Egypt, Hathor is the celestial cow and protector of women and the Queen of Egypt. She is the Goddess of love, children, pregnancy, dancing, singing, and poetry. She has been associated with many other Goddesses, including Sekhmet, Bastet, Beb, and Isis. Often pictures as a cow with the sun disk between it's horns or as a woman wearing a disc and horns headdress.

Hatmehit
Fish Goddess.

Hauhet
Goddess of immeasurable infinity. Often pictured as a frog or a woman with a frog's head.

Hedetet
Scorpion Goddess.

Heh
One of the gods who represented infinity. Pictured as a frog or a man with the head of a frog.

Heket
Goddess of childbirth and protector of the dead. Seen as a frog or a woman with the head of a frog.

Hemen
Falcon god.

Hemsut
Goddess of fate.

Hesat
Cow Goddess and Goddess of milk.

Hez-ur
Baboon god.

Hike
God of supernatural powers. Doctors were called priests of Hike because they invoked the deity during their work.

Horus
Name for a number of gods, all of which invoke the sun, kingship and victory. Horus in his many forms was a protector and warrior god, and the sun and moon were considered his eyes. He was often pictures as a hawk or hawk-headed man.

Ihu
God of the sistrum, a sacred rattle.

Ihy
Son of Hathor. A god of music and dancing. Pictured as a child holding a sistrum, or sacred rattle.

Imiut
Protective deity of the underworld.

Imset
One of the four protective deities of embalming. Protected the liver of the deceased.

Inmutef
Deity who bears the heavens.

Ipet
Goddess of childbirth and 'mother of the two lands'. Pictured as a hippopotamus.

Isis
One of the most popular goddesses of Egypt. The divine queen and mother of the heavens, both sister and wife to Osiris and mother of Horus. She was the protector and mother-figure of the pharaohs and the protector of women, children and sailors.

Joh
God of the moon.

Kauket
Primordial who rules the darkness of primal chaos.

Kebechet
Goddess who represents purification through water. A major Goddess of the funeral cult, she is pictured as a snake.

Kebechsenef
One of the four gods of embalming. Protector of the lower viscera of the deceased.

Kemwer
Black bull god.

Khem
God of fertility, agriculture and human reproduction. Pictured as a mummy.

Khentamenti
Ancient jackal-headed god of the dead. Later recognized as Osiris.

Khentimentiu
God who rules the destiny of the dead. Called the 'dog of the dead'.

Khepri
Scarab beetle god. Said to roll the sun across the horizon in the same way that scarab beetles roll balls of dung through the desert. Symbolized rebirth, renewal and everlasting life. Seen as a beetle, man with the face of a beetle, or man with a beetle on his head.

Khnum
God who created the bodies of the gods and men on his potter's wheel. Pictured as a ram-headed man.

Kuk
God of the darkness of primal chaos. With Kauket, produces the twilight at the end of the day.

Maahes
God of punishment for transgressions. Invoked to protect the innocent. Seen as a lion or lion-headed man with a knife.

Ma'at
Goddess of truth, judgment and order. She represented the concepts of justice and universal order, and all judges were her representatives. Pictured as a woman with a large ostrich feather in her crown.

Mahes
God of the summer heat an called 'Lord of the Massacre'. Pictured as a lion or man with a lion's head.

Mehturt
Sky-Goddess. Represents the time of morning and the waters from which Re
(the sun) emerged. Seen as a giant cow with the solar disk between her horns.

Mendes
Nature god.

Menhit
Goddess of war. Seen as a lioness.

Menthu
God of war. Pictured as a man with a falcon's head.

Meret
Goddess of song and rejoicing.

Meretseger
Goddess of the mountain overlooking the Valley of the Kings. Protected the royal tombs from disturbance. Seen as a cobra or a scorpion with the head of a woman.

Mesenet
Egyptian Goddess of childbirth. She forms the child in the womb and the ka, or spirit, of the child. Also seen as Goddess of fate or fortune.
Meskhenet Goddess of midwives and the birth chamber.

Min
God of fertility, vegetation and male virility. Often evoked at the coronation of the pharaoh to ensure his sexual prowess and production of a male heir. Seen as a man holding a flail in his right hand and his erect penis in his left.

Mnewer
Sacred black bull of the sun. Worshipped for his fertility and oracles. Pictured with the solar disk between his horns.

Mut
Primordial Goddess of the sky and the 'mother of mothers'. Seen as a vulture or a woman with the head of a vulture, wearing bright red or blue robes.

Naunet
Goddess of the primordial abyss of the underworld. Her male counterpart is Nun.

Nefertem
God of the lotus and the rising sun. Pictured as a man with a cluster of lotus blossoms on his head, sometimes on the back of a lion.

Nehebkau
Serpent god who guards the entrance of the Underworld and accompanies the sun god Re on his nightly journey through it. Seen as a snake with human arms and legs.

Neith
Goddess of war and weapons, including the weapons of the hunter. Also the Goddess of weaving, she provided the wrappings for the mummies' bodies.

Nekhbet
Vulture Goddess of Upper Egypt and protector of the infant pharaoh. She was present at the birth of the future rulers of Egypt. Pictured on the pharaoh's crown.

Neper
God of grain, particularly barley and wheat.

Nephthys
'Mistress of the House". Goddess who meets and teaches the newly dead, as well as comforting the members of their family left alive. Also involved with childbirth. Seen as a woman or a Kite (bird).

Nepit
Grain Goddess. Female counterpart of the God Neper.

Nun
God and primeval water that circles the entire world. The most ancient of gods, even Re, the sun, arose from him. Depicted as a man holding the solar boat above his head.

Nunet
Goddess of the ocean.

Nut
The sky Goddess, and literal personification of the sky and the heavens. Along with her husband, Seb, forms the natural world. She is the barrier between chaos and the order of the world. Portrayed as a naked woman painted dark blue with stars on her body.

Osiris
Important god of Egypt. Seen as the god of the dead and the underworld, although worshipped as a god of fertility, resurrection and vegetation. Married to the sky-Goddess Isis. Killed by his brother Set and chopped into pieces. The pieces were found by Isis and reformed, and he was mummified and resurrected. Re, the father god, did not allow him to stay in the land of the living, but sent him to the Underworld to be the god and judge of the dead. Seen as a mummified man.

Pachet
Goddess of the desert.

Petbe
God of retaliation and revenge.

Ptah
A creator god of Memphis, seen as a patron to craftsmen and especially stoneworkers. Pictured as a mummified man with only his hands free to grasp a scepter.

Qetesh
Originally a Syrian Goddess, worshipped in Egypt as a Goddess of love. Possible connection with Hathor.

Re
The most important of the gods in Egypt. The personification of the sun. The actual sun was said to be either his body or his eye. He traveled in the sun boat across the sky each day, and through the Underworld at night to make a complete circuit of the cosmos. Sacred god of the pharaohs, who were said to be 'sons of Re'. Pictured as a man with the head of a falcon.

Renenet
Goddess of plenty and good fortune.

Renenutet
Goddess of the harvest. Could ensure the plentiful production of fields with one look. Pictured as a snake.

Renpet
Goddess of Spring and youth.

Resheph
Warrior god.

Sai
Deity of destiny.

Sakhmet
Also known as Sekhmet. Bloodthirsty and violent Goddess of war and divine vengeance. She is seen as the Goddess who accompanies the pharaoh into battle, as well as the Goddess of plague and disease. Pictured as a woman with the head of a lioness.

Satet
Goddess of the flooding Nile and fertility.

Seb
God of the Earth, and husband of Nut. One of the primordial forces of nature, Seb is seen as personifying the earth and fertility. He was pictured as black and green, the colors of Nile mud and vegetation. Thought to imprison the souls of the wicked so that they could not ascend to Heaven.

Sebek
Crocodile god, he represented the fertility of the Nile and the might of the pharaohs. Seen as a crocodile or man with a crocodile's head.

Seker
Funerary god, the patron of craftsmen who create tombs and items used in funeral services. Sometimes seen as a form of Osiris. Pictured as a man with the head of a hawk.

Septu
God of war.

Serket
Scorpion Goddess. Teacher of the dead and protector of the canopic jars which house the bodily organs of mummies. Pictured as a woman with a scorpion-shaped headdress.

Seshat
Goddess of writing, mathematics, building-schemes, histories and historical records. A daughter of Thoth, she kept the royal annals of the pharaohs.

Sesmu
God of oil and wine pressing.

Set
God of chaos, hostility and possibly evil. He was a protector of the desert, but caused dust storms that could kill unwary travelers. Killed his brother Osiris and scattered the pieces of his body throughout Egypt. Later fought Osiris' son Horus, who vanquished him and became king of the Gods. Seen as a man with a head of indeterminable origin, possibly an aardvark, or as a dog.

Shai
Goddess of Fate, usually seen with Reneret, or fortune.

Shu
God of air. Father of Nut, whom he holds high above Seb(earth).

Sia
Primeval Goddess embodying the Mind.

Sons of Horus
Sons of the god Horus who assist the dead in their journey to the Underworld. Their heads are on the canopic jars and the four corners of the sarcophagus. They are Imset, Hapi, Duamutef and Kebechsenef.

Sopdet
Fertility Goddess and the Dog Star, Sirius. With the appearance of Sirius, the Nile floods began and Sopdet became associated with the fertility of the floods. She was later merged with Isis.

Taouris
Goddess of pregnancy and birth. Pictured as a hippopotamus with a huge belly standing on her hind legs.

Tatenen
Vegetation god and the mound of earth which rose from the primordial waters. Seen as a man with ram's horns and a crown of feathers. Identified with Ptah.

Taurt
God of good fortune and childbirth. Seen as a hippopotamus with a crocodile's head and lion's feet. Protector of women before, during and after childbirth.

Tefnut
Goddess of moisture. Produced Seb and Nut with Shu.

Tenenit
Goddess of beer.

Thoth
God of wisdom and the mind, inventor of writing and patron of scribes and scholars. Messenger and mediator of the gods, he questioned the dead at the Weighing of the Heart. Seen as a man with the head of an Ibis, or as an Ibis or baboon.

Uneg
Plant god.

Un-nefer
Name of Osiris in his capacity as Judge of the Dead.

Unut
Hare Goddess.

Wepwawet
God of the openings and the dead. He opened the way into battle, and opened the way for the dead into the Underworld. Seen as a jackal.
Wosyet Goddess protector of the young.