Top Ten Egyptian Gods and Goddesses
The Top Ten
Anubis is the god of embalming and the dead. He has the head of a jackal. jackals were often seen in Cemeteries so people thought that Anubis watched over the dead. Anubis was the God who embalmed Osiris after he was killed by Set.
Since he is god of death he can always build an army of the dead so he will be impossible to destroy most Egyptian die at 40 years old so there are more and more soldiers coming in!
Bruh, this guy is basically the Egyptian version of the grim reaper. Plus he can summon an army of mummies and mummify the other gods so they can't touch him. They put him as strongest god in Smaite for a reason you know
Anubis is my favorite God ever I'm so happy that he is number 1#. Anubis has ammit the devour too! Anubis also looks cute with his jackal head mask despite being a death god he is still the best
Ra is considered to be the most powerful god. He could kill us if he wanted as he controls the sun. He was said to be a match or stronger than Apophis who was very powerful that no other god could defeat. In kane chronicles it is told that with the power of Ra they only had a chance to defeat Apophis.
Ra is just pure awesomeness. He fights apophis and just in case apophis swallows him then he just BLOWS the poor guy up. Plus if he wants then he could Destroy the Earth by coming very close to us. Don't anger him or we'll all die
Ra is awesome his drool is powerful that. Isis made a really venoms snake with it even for a god that's the only way he went to heaven ps read the Kane chronicles auther rick riordan
Ra should be the number 1 rank he's falcon head looks awesome everything about him is awesome.
I remember being so young I used to be in love with Egyptian mythology. I've even thought I had some Egyptian pharaohs blood, but I had blood from west Africa. Lol. I even like the book series the Kane Chronicles and my favorite show was tutenstien. Anyways, Isis has to be my favorite Egyptian Goddess. She bring osiris back to life when her brother set killed him. Isis is my Egyptian Goddess.
! How is Isis so high ranked? She should be past number 10! I know she can use trickery but here: Put her and some random god like Horus into an arena. Next thing you know Isis is in 100 pieces. Why do you guys think she is so powerful?
She tricked ra to giving his real name so yah she is a very very immense and powerful god
Isis is a waffle and a watermelon She ought to be postpone
Horus kicks ass like come on have you seen what power he has as a god revenge he's the best
A badass in my opinion. Plus, if you read the Kane Chronicles by Rick Riordian, he was pretty cool in it.
This god can whoop ass he stronger his uncle set who he beat out
Horus is epic because he can own that evil Seth to pieces
There are different stories about all these gods. In some Isis was his wife, in others, his sister. Osirus can be mean and strict but think about how important he is, he has to judge thousands of spirits each day! Without him, people would live forever...
Osiris is amazing he was just worshiped he should be first
Isis is the wife not the husband. So Orisis is Isis's husband.
He is the best he like controls the dead ish
He could make all of the gods die by starting a war. The god of EVIL he could kill Ra and Horus at the same time. He is more powerful than Anubis too
He is the god of darkness. Anubis and Thoth are his sons, and since they are ranked high, Set should be as high, if not higher.
Literally, if Osiris, the king can fall for his trick then you know he’s a tricky customer. Also, he is the god of chaos and I love all of the evil gods from any mythology
Set got his butt kicked by Horus... He got revenge on set BIG time
Originally a moon god, Thoth (or Djehuti) played an important role within the pantheon of Egyptian gods. He was known to be the god of magic, knowledge, wisdom and writing, among a number of other aspects. He was often coined as the creator of hieroglyphics, contributing to his status also as the scribe of the gods. He is also often associated with the progression of science, as well as architecture, including the pyramids.
Together with Ma’at (the goddess of order and justice), he recorded the weight of a deceased person’s soul against Ma’at’s Feather of Truth, which determined the fate of the persons afterlife.
He is also often compared to the Greco-Roman god Hermes/Mercury, being considered one and the same, and has been associated with Hermes Trismegistus, the progenitor of Hermeticism.
He is a god of wisdom, magic, writing, philosophy, and art. He gave much wisdom to humanity according to Egyptian lore.
He's the most wise and intelligent of the gods.
Magic is pretty cool
Bastet was a goddess in ancient Egyptian religion, worshiped as early as the 2nd Dynasty (2890 because). As Bast, she was the goddess of warfare in Lower Egypt, the Nile River delta region, before the unification of the cultures of ancient Egypt. Her name is also translated as Baast, Ubaste, and Baset.
Cats were considered the most sacred animal of all in Egypt. Plus, given their cuteness, we should be worshipping them still!
Cats were precious in egypt. If you hurt one you could be sentenced to death.Bast is nimble and quick
Meow, she reminds me of my cat.
Cats are cool done
He should be the best really because he made the nile river. Egyptians wouldn't be alive without him. Plus he makes crops grow fertile and he is a crocodile
Guys! He's a crocodile. No more needs to be said really. Don't we all agree? You just can't beat crocodiles
She is the sky litteraly
Nephthys is so awesome! She is so nice and helpful, and controls rivers and water. So EPIC right?!?!?!
I'd die for my girl Nephthys
He is so cool and exotic
She is isis's sister
Geb is the god of earth and livestock... need I say more? Also, ruler of earth
He is the best he can also controlled everything except thesun
Geb farted on the Nile
Oh yeah he good
Actually I like that Amun is 16th as his name means hidden. So he's hidden from people but for sure he's the most powerful and important on all lists posible. He was the first god that became close to monoteistic God or Allah. He inspired greek mythology which inspired roman one. Amun is the GOD. Although he just started as god of the unknown and air.
Amun-Ra is the equivalent of Zeus in Greek mythology. He is the Top Dog, the Big Cheese, the Main Man, the God of Gods.
The King of all Gods, the God that led the Hyksos out of Egypt and formed the New Kingdom
Okay guys like he is the king of aal gods
Ma'at is the goddess of order and justice, plus the pharaohs worship her most, so why only the rank of 9?
He's the son of ra! (at least that was what it said on the wiki)
Maat is the goddess of truth, order, and justice.
This god should be #1 no seriously I would die to be dis god
Chief god of Memphis. In the form of a green mummy.
She is amazing!
He existed before even Ra and is the embodiment of total chaos
The god of chaos a giant snake
How this guy be NOT in no. 1 or at least in no. 10. I mean He's LITERALLY THE INCARNATION OF ISFET(CHAOS). I know Ra and Anubis are like the most popular but THIS GUY IS THE ENEMY OF ALL THE GODS I mean Ra is the strongest god that is put up against him and even Ra needs assistance.
Dwarfs were sacred in Egypt give the ugly god a chance
Why is he last? Bes is so much better than Sobek or Khonsu. Please, read the Kane Chronicles.
Bes looks weird
Sobek is horrible compared to Bes
The moon is awesome!
This is a good god
Amun-Ra should be best because it's the King of ALL GODS mixed with the god of the Sun, so he kicks ASS
Montu was the God of war and h pwned half of Egypt
Because of the water-lily flower opens at sunrise, Nefertem was associated with the rising sun. Nefertem was believed to help Ra by passing him the sun.In one myth, he was shown healing Ra's wounds as he aged with a water-lily. The lotus later became a sacred symbol of Egypt. He was sometimes shown as a lion-headed god because of his mother Sekhmet. That gave him the role of a war god. He later received the role of protector/guardian of Upper and Lower Egypt. He was later known as the "Restrainer of the Two Lands."