Egyptian God Amun or Amon

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Egyptian god Amun
Amun was represented by:
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always wore two feathers with sections in them and was depicted as a ram or a man with red skin or blue.

He was worshiped in Thebes as the supreme creator thanks to the importance of the original city, Thebes, he ended up being assimilated to the god Ra, being known as Amun-Ra.

The great temple of Karnak is dedicated to Amun and also the temple of Luxor. Between the two temples there was a road on which during the annual festival of Opet the image of Amun processioned moving between the two temples. Amon-Ra traveled from Karnak to Luxor accompanied by Mut and Jonsu to visit Amun-Min.

Some pharaohs used the name of Amun in his own name, such as Tutankhamen
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that means: living image of Amun.

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