Anpu

Egyptian - The Greek name for Anubis. In some accounts the same as Anpu, brother of Bata. Occasionally identified as Anpu, Anubis, Anubis, Inpw, Khenty-seh-netjer, Wip, Imiut, Imy-ut, Khenti-imentiu, Neb-ta-djeser, Tepydju-ef, Greek Anpu, Hermanubis, Hermes or Wapwawet.
Egyptian - Brother of Bata. When Anpu's wife accused Bata, the younger brother who lived with them and did most of the work, of rape, Anpu would have killed him but the gods intervened and Bata escaped. In later years Bata became king and when he died, Anpu took the throne. Occasionally called Anpu, Anubis, Anubis, Inpw, Khenty-seh-netjer, Wip, Imiut, Imy-ut, Khenti-imentiu, Neb-ta-djeser, Tepydju-ef, Greek Anpu, Hermanubis, Hermes or Wapwawet.

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