C; Anthropomorphic Deities

Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs are often listed in groups of associated images. The following hieroglyphs are all depictions of anthropomorphic deities (ancient Egyptian Gods).

Egyptian Hieroglyph C1; god wearing a ureaus and a sundisk
C1
Det and Log; Re Egyptian Hieroglyph C2; falcon headed god
C2
Det and Log, Re (Ra) Egyptian Hieroglyph C3; Thoth
C3
Det and Log; Thoth Egyptian Hieroglyph C4; Khnum
C4
Det and Log; Khnum Egyptian Hieroglyph C5; Khnum bearing an ankh
C5
Det and Log; Khnum Egyptian Hieroglyph C6; jackal headed god
C6
Det and Log; Anubis, Wepwawet, UpuautEgyptian Hieroglyph C7; Seth
C7
Det and Log; Seth Egyptian Hieroglyph C8; Min
C8
Det and Log; Min Egyptian Hieroglyph C9; Hathor
C9
Det and Log; Hathor Egyptian Hieroglyph C10; Maat
C10
Det and Log; Ma’at Egyptian Hieroglyph C11; Heh
C11
Det and Log; Heh Phon;HH (only in the word millions)Egyptian Hieroglyph C12; Amun
C12
Det and Log; Amun Egyptian Hieroglyph C13; Montu
C13
Det and Log; Montu Egyptian Hieroglyph C14; Tatenen
C14
Det and Log; Tatenen Egyptian Hieroglyph C15; Ptah
C15
Det and Log; Ptah Egyptian Hieroglyph C16; Ptah
C16
Det and Log; Ptah

Codes

Abb; the sign is an abbreviation of a word,
Det; the sign acts as a determinative (it has no phonetic value, but provides further information about the full word),
Log; the sign is a logogram (it represents an entire word or idea),
Phon; the sign has a phonetic value, and
Phon Det; the sign is a phonetic determinant (it acts as a determinative but also has a phonetic value).

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