ANUBISAlso known as ANPU, IMEUT, IENPW, INPU, LENPW, YINEPU
Egyptian God of the Dead and Lord Dog of Mummy Wrappings
Give him a bone. He's the famous funeral God with the black dog's head. But is he a doberman or a jackal? No-one really knows for sure. ("Down, Anubis down!" No, it must be a jackal.)
Nowadays ANUBIS takes a back seat in funeral matters, but still likes to be involved in the judging of the dead. He holds the scales of justice steady while your soul is weighed. If it's heavy with the weight of sin, you'll be fed to AMMIT as punishment. But if you're light enough he'll lead you to OSIRIS for the top prize of everlasting afterlife.
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
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Location : Ancient Egypt
Gender : Male
Type : Deity
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Pronunciation : Coming soon
Alternative names : ANPU, IMEUT, IENPW, INPU, LENPW, YINEPU
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