The Egyptian Ram headed Water Spirit god Khnemu

The Ram headed God Khnemu, God Khnemu or Khnum, had his main-worshiping centers at Elephantine island Temple (Abu = Elephant) in Aswan, at a location where the first Nile River Cataract is found, in the Esna or Isna Temple, although that at this Temple God Khnemu, is worshiped as a Divine Triad, depicted together with the goddesses Satet or Satis and Anqet or Anukis. Goddess Satet, since she wears horns, presents its relationship with Goddess Isis and/or Goddesses Hathor and Sept (the goddesses related to the Star Sirius or Sothis (Greek name) and Planet Venus).

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Pharaoh Amenhotep III ruling and royal names in Hieroglyphs