Egypt God Amon

           

 

  

 


 
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In Egypt the God Amon known also as Amon-Re was considered as the kings of the gods among all Egyptian deities. Normally the God Amon-Re was known only as Amon or also called Amen or Amun. The symbol associated to God Amon was the goose, the ram or the bull. God Amon from Egypt was considered as the head of the city of Thebes. In hermolis Amon was also very popular, there it was belived that God Amon was married to Mut, a son was born from this union called Khonsu associate dto the moon. In some regions of Egypt it was belived that the God Amon was partly responsible for creation. The main popular belief of Amon was his protection of weak. Queen Hatshepsut who became at a time the female pharaoh of Egypt after the death of her husband built a temple at Deir-el-Bahri for the God Amon-Re. Amon stayed during various point of the Egyptian history very popular compared to other Egyptian Gods. In Egypt Amon is depicted a man who is bearded, with a cap on his head surmounted with two long plumes. Egyptian believe that God Amon to be the physical father of all the Pharaohs. Originally Amon is known as the god of fertility. By the Nubians Amon is worshipped as being born in Sudan. Before becoming a popular deity Amon was only a deification of the concept of air or wind which is one of the four main concepts forming part of the creation of the universe in the cosmogony of Ogdoad.

 
 

 

Egypt God Amon

 

 
 
 
Egypt Karnak

 

Egypt Karnak

 

 
Egypt First Pylon

 

First Pylon

 

 
Egypt God Amon
 

 

God Amon
 

 

 
Egypt Hypostyle Hall
 

 

 Hypostyle Hall

 

 
Egypt Ipet Isut
 

 

Egypt Ipet Isut
 

 

 
Egypt Karnak Complex
 

 

Karnak Complex
 

 

 
Egypt Kiosk of Taharka
 

 

Kiosk of Taharka

 

 
Egypt Obelisk of Tutmose III
 

 

Obelisk of Tutmose III

 

 
Egypt Ram Headed Sphinx
 

 

Ram Headed Sphinx

 

 
Egypt Ruins of Karnak
 

 

Ruins of Karnak

 

 
Egypt Sanctuary of Montu
 

 

Sanctuary of Montu
 

 

 
Egypt Second Pylon
 

 

Second Pylon

 

 
Egypt Statue of Ramses II
 

Statue of Ramses II
 

 

 
Egypt Temple Interior
 

Temple Interior

 

 
Egypt Temple of Amun
 

Temple of Amun

 

   

 


 

 

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