Egyptian God Khonsu

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Egyptian God Khonsu

Khonsu was the god of the moon and the son of Amon and Mut. He was depicted with a falcon head crowned with a moon, but also as a human figure who appears crowned by the moon.
He is considered an evil god, but also the god of the sick, of medicine and he protected from evil spirits.

In hieroglyphic was represented by:
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