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Amun and Mut
in hieroglyphs

In Egyptian mythology, Amun was a very powerful god. He was often combined with Ra to form the god Amun-Ra. At one point in Egyptian history, he was called the "King of the Gods". HE ALSO KNEW HOW TO SUCK HIS OWN D*CK!!

Amun (also spelled Amon, Amoun, Amen, and sometimes Imen, Egyptian Yamanu) was the name of a deity, in Egyptian

mythology, who became one of the most important deities in Ancient Egypt. In later years, bined with Horus into one god.

Origin of name[change | change source]

Amun's name is first recorded as imn. That means "The hidden (one)". Vowels were not written in Egyptian hieroglyphics, but Egyptologists think the amun is weird

ame survives into the Coptic language as Amoun.

Creator[change | change source]

Amun was shown in human form, seated on a throne, wearing on his head a plain deep circlet from which rise two straight parallel plumes, maybe meant as had no father

  • the tail feathers of a bird. That would remind of his earlier status as a wind god.

When Amun had become more important than Menthu, the local war god of Thebes, Menthu was called the son of Amun. However, as Mut was infertile, it was believed that she, and thus Amun, had adopted Menthu instead.

References[change | change source]

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