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One of the most famous figures of the Ancient Egyptian pantheon, Anubis was a powerful deity whose role shifted over time. Before Osiris and Isis rose to prominence, Anubis was worshipped as the god of the dead. When Osiris took on this role, however, Anubis became the god of mummification (as well as Osiris’s bastard son).
Despite his significance and multi-millennia long worship, Anubis was seldom a main character in the Egyptian mythos. He was an integral part of the story of Osiris’s murder, in which he embalmed the deceased god. Thereafter, he was known as the Lord of the Mummy Wrapping.
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