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God Of The Dead: Anubis | Anubis Playlist | ENNEAD



Although he does not appear in many myths, he was extremely popular with Egyptians and those of other cultures.[7] The Greeks linked him to their god Hermes, the god who guided the dead to the afterlife. The pairing was later known as Hermanubis. Anubis was heavily worshipped because, despite modern beliefs, he gave the people hope. People marveled in the guarantee that their body would be respected at death, their soul would be protected and justly judged.[7]




god of the dead: anubis | Anubis Playlist | ENNEAD



In later times, during the Ptolemaic period, as their functions were similar, Anubis was identified as the Greek god Hermes, becoming Hermanubis. The centre of this cult was in uten-ha/Sa-ka/ Cynopolis, a place whose Greek name simply means city of dogs. In Book xi of The Golden Ass by Apuleius, we find evidence that the worship of this god was maintained in Rome at least up to the 2nd century. Indeed, Hermanubis also appears in the alchemical and hermetical literature of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.


In later times, during the Ptolemaic period, Anubis was identified as the Greek god Hermes, as their functions were similar, becoming Hermanubis. The center of this cult was in uten-ha/Sa-ka/ Cynopolis, a place whose Greek name simply means "City of Dogs." Although the Greeks and Romans typically scorned Egypt's animal-headed gods as bizarre and primitive (they mockingly called Anubis the "Barker"), Anubis was sometimes associated with Sirius in heaven, and Cerberus in hell. This incorporation is attested to in Book XI of "The Golden Ass" by Apuleius, where we find evidence that the worship of this god was maintained in Rome at least up to the second century.[27] Indeed, Hermanubis also appears in the alchemical and hermetical literature of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.[28] 041b061a72


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