Khnum

Egyptian - A ram-headed creator-god, god of the cataracts. One of the 3 Lords of Destiny. Consort of Anuket and Sati. Consort of Heket, Neith and Menhyt, some say. He is said to have made gods and humans from mud from the Nile or from clay on a potter's wheel and was guardian of the grotto where Hapi lived on the island of Bigeh. In some accounts, he was later merged with Min. He is sometimes depicted as ramheaded or as a serpent. In some accounts, known as Khnum, Ba, Ba, Divine Potter, The, Divine Potter, The, Dodonu, Dodonu, Doudoun, Khenemu, Khenemu, Khnemu, Khnemu, Khnoum, Khnoum, Khnoumis, Khnoumis, Knum, Knum, Khnum, Lord of the Afterworld, Lord of the Afterworld or Khnum.
Egyptian - 7, 8 or 9 earth-gnomes, assistants of the creator-god, Khnum. It was said that they could reconstruct the rotting bodies of the dead. In some references, identified as Khnum, Ba, Ba, Divine Potter, The, Divine Potter, The, Dodonu, Dodonu, Doudoun, Khenemu, Khenemu, Khnemu, Khnemu, Khnoum, Khnoum, Khnoumis, Khnoumis, Knum, Knum, Khnum, Lord of the Afterworld, Lord of the Afterworld or Khnum.

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