Egyptian gods
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  • Tahuti (see Thoth)
  • Tatenen
  • Ta-tenen
  • Taueret
  • Taurt
  • Taweret
  • Tayet
  • Techu (see Thoth)
  • Tefen
  • Tefenet
  • Tefnet
  • Tefnut
  • Tehuti (see Thoth) 
  • Tehuty  (see Thoth) 
  • Tem
  • Temu

  • Tetu (see Thoth)
  • Thoeris
  • Thot (see Thoth)
  • Thoth (a.k.a. A, A'an, Asten, Djhuty, Djehuty, Dhouti, Djehuti, Hab, Iah-Djehuty, jt-ntr, Khenti, Mehi, Tahuti, Techu, Tehuty, Tehuti, Tetu, Thot, Thout, Sheps, Lord of the Khemennu, Zehuti) -  Thoth was considered one of the most important deities of the Egyptian pantheon, often depicted with the head of an Ibis. His feminine counterpart was Seshat. He was considered the heart and tongue of Ra as well as the means by which Ra's will was translated into speech.
  • Thout  (see Thoth) 
  • Tphenis
  • Tum
  • Tutu


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