Anubis Statuettes

Anubis (or Anup) was an ancient Egyptian god of the dead, afterlife, burial grounds, and mummifications. It was depicted as a black dog, a jackal, or as a man with a dog or jackal's head. The etymology of the name Anubis is unknown and was already unclear to the Egyptians. The well-known Egyptologist Kurt Heinrich Sethe probably wrongly attributed the meaning of "dog" to them.

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Anubis, the God of the Underworld
Anubis, the God of the Underworld
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Did you come back from your holidays with a mysterious black wolf-like figurine as a souvenir? If so, then read carefully, for it may hold more secrets than you suspect! Anubis, often depicted with a canine head, was the old god of Ancient Egyptian…