Source record No.File:Anubis standing.svgImage date2007CreatorJeff DahlSource notes"Description: Anubis, the jackal headed god of ancient Egypt. Anubis is also depicted in full jackal form perched atop a tomb, guarding it. Based on New Kingdom tomb paintings."
Also known as
AnubisInpuAnpuAnoupἌνουβις (Ancient Greek)inpw (Archaic Egyptian)𒀀𒈾𒉺 ("A.NA.PA"; Akkadian cuneiform)ⲁⲛⲟⲩⲡ (Coptic)"Lord of the Sacred Land""First of the Westerners"
Parent belief system
EgyptianReligion · Polytheistic · 8 myths
The religion of ancient Egypt represents a cultural identity that lasted from ca. 3500 BCE to 300 CE, and included hundreds of myths, deities, and customs.
Müller, Wilhelm M., and James G. Scott. The Mythology of All Races / Volume XII, Egyptian and Indo-Chinese. Vol. 12, The Mythology of All Races: In Thirteen Volumes. Edited by Louis H. Gray and George F. Moore. Boston, MA: Marshall Jones Company, 1918.
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