The Egyptian Religion ClipArt gallery offers 43 illustrations of icons, Gods, and Goddesses in Egyptian religion. The Egyptians were polytheistic, meaning they worshipped multiple deities. Illustrations include Amun, Anubis, Apis, Isis, Osiris, Ra, Thoth and others.

A diety in Egyptian mythology.

Amen Ra

A diety in Egyptian mythology.

The scaraboeus or beetle appears isolated on mummy-cases and elsewhere, as a symbol of creation and life, and was the commonest of amulets.

Amulet

The scaraboeus or beetle appears isolated on mummy-cases and elsewhere, as a symbol of creation and…

"Amun" — Morey, 1903

Amun

"Amun" — Morey, 1903

Anubis, the Guide of the Dead.

Anubis

Anubis, the Guide of the Dead.

The god of the underworld in ancient Egyptian mythology.

Anubis

The god of the underworld in ancient Egyptian mythology.

A bull to which divine honors were paid by the ancient Egyptians, who regarded him as a symbol of Osiris.

Apis

A bull to which divine honors were paid by the ancient Egyptians, who regarded him as a symbol of Osiris.

The sacred bull, worshipped with divine honors by the ancient Egyptians, who regarded it as a symbol of Osiris, the god of the Nile, the husband of Isis, and the great divinity of Egypt.

Apis

The sacred bull, worshipped with divine honors by the ancient Egyptians, who regarded it as a symbol…

"The sacred bull of the ancient Egyptians, to which divine honors were paid."-Whitney, 1902

Apis

"The sacred bull of the ancient Egyptians, to which divine honors were paid."-Whitney, 1902

"The bull worshipped by the ancient Egyptians, who regarded it as a symbol of Osiris, the god of the Nile, the husband of Isis, and the great divinity of Egypt. A sacred court or yard was set apart for the residence of Apis in the temple of Ptah at Memphis, where a numerous retinue of priests waited upon him, and sacrifices of red oxen were offered to him." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Apis

"The bull worshipped by the ancient Egyptians, who regarded it as a symbol of Osiris, the god of the…

Also known as Hapis. In mythology, Apis was a commonly worshipped bull-deity in the Memphis region.

The Bull Apis

Also known as Hapis. In mythology, Apis was a commonly worshipped bull-deity in the Memphis region.

An Egyptian ark.

Ark

An Egyptian ark.

An Egyptian sacred ark.

Sacred ark

An Egyptian sacred ark.

"Atef-crown borne by the deity Khnum."-Whitney, 1902.

Atef Crown

"Atef-crown borne by the deity Khnum."-Whitney, 1902.

A piece of the Book of the Dead depicts a judgment scene.

Book of the Dead

A piece of the Book of the Dead depicts a judgment scene.

Egyptian God, Bes, known as the cheerful.

Egyptian God, Bes

Egyptian God, Bes, known as the cheerful.

Chnemu creator-god, married to Hekt, a frog goddess.

Egyptian God, Chnemu

Chnemu creator-god, married to Hekt, a frog goddess.

Hathor (Isis) the Egyptian cow goddess.

Egyptian God, Hathor

Hathor (Isis) the Egyptian cow goddess.

"Set" the Egyptian God of Darkness.

Egyptian God of Darkness

"Set" the Egyptian God of Darkness.

"Anubis" the Egyptian God of Darkness. Anubis has a distinct Jackal head.

Egyptian God of Darkness

"Anubis" the Egyptian God of Darkness. Anubis has a distinct Jackal head.

Thoth-lunus is the Egyptian God of letters and all learning.

Egyptian God, Thoth-lunus

Thoth-lunus is the Egyptian God of letters and all learning.

Typhon was he wife of Anubis, God of Darkness. Typhon is also known as the Terrible One.

Egyptian God, Typhon

Typhon was he wife of Anubis, God of Darkness. Typhon is also known as the Terrible One.

An Egyptian hawkhead.

Hawkhead

An Egyptian hawkhead.

An Egyptian King's Head.

King's Head

An Egyptian King's Head.

An early figure of the Egyptian hippopotamus goddess.

Egyptian Hippopotamus Goddess

An early figure of the Egyptian hippopotamus goddess.

An Egyptian ibis.

Ibis

An Egyptian ibis.

Egyptian goddess of the Earth.

Isis

Egyptian goddess of the Earth.

Egyptian head of Isis.

Head of Isis

Egyptian head of Isis.

An Egyptian jackal.

Jackal

An Egyptian jackal.

"Judgement of the Soul before Osiris" — Morey, 1903

Judgement Osiris

"Judgement of the Soul before Osiris" — Morey, 1903

An illustration of an Egyptian hieroglyphic depicting the judgment of the dead. "An ape-assessor scourages an evil soul, that has been changed into an unclean animal." -Myers, 1896

Judgment of the Dead

An illustration of an Egyptian hieroglyphic depicting the judgment of the dead. "An ape-assessor scourages…

"Mummy. Another striking religious custom was the embalming of the dead. It was thought that the soul would reanimate the body at the resurrection, and for this reason great care was taken to preserve the body from decay and provide it with a suitable resting place. Embalming was so skillfully and effectively done that decay was often prevented for thousands of years. The interior of the sepulcher was often decorated, and food and drink were placed beside the body. These houses of the dead were among the finest and the most enduring of Egyptian buildings."—Colby, 1899

mummy

"Mummy. Another striking religious custom was the embalming of the dead. It was thought that the soul…

"Mummy and Mummy Case" — Morey, 1903

Mummy

"Mummy and Mummy Case" — Morey, 1903

The bodies of those who were buried in the pyramids were preserved from decay by a secret process, known only to the priests. After the bodies were prepared, they were wrapped in bands of fine linen, and on the inside of these was spread a peculiar kind of gum. There were sometimes a thousand yards of these bands on a single body. After they were thus prepared, a soft substance was placed around the bandaged body. This covering, when it hardened, kept the body in a complete state of preservation.

Mummy

The bodies of those who were buried in the pyramids were preserved from decay by a secret process, known…

A mummy coffin.

Mummy

A mummy coffin.

An illustration of the mummy of a sacred bull.

Mummy of Sacred Bull

An illustration of the mummy of a sacred bull.

"Osiris was worshipped as the god of the sun, the source of warmth, life, and fruitfulness, in addition to which he was also regarded as god of the Nile, who annually visited his wide Isis (the Earth), by means of an inundation." —Bulfinch, 1897

Osiris

"Osiris was worshipped as the god of the sun, the source of warmth, life, and fruitfulness, in addition…

"Ptah" — Morey, 1903

Ptah

"Ptah" — Morey, 1903

The ancient Egyptians regarded the scarab as a symbol of immortality. 1. Stone scarab with wings, 2. The sacred beetle (<em>Scarabaeus sacer</em>), 3. Scarab from the British Museum, 4. Scarab seal from the tomb of Maket, 5, 6. Scarabs from monuments.

Egyptian scarabs

The ancient Egyptians regarded the scarab as a symbol of immortality. 1. Stone scarab with wings, 2.…

"Serapis" &mdash; Morey, 1903

Serapis

"Serapis" — Morey, 1903

"Serapis or Hermes is sometimes represented as identical with Osiris, and sometimes as a distinct divinity, the ruler of Tartarus, and god of Medicine." &mdash;Bulfinch, 1897

Serapis

"Serapis or Hermes is sometimes represented as identical with Osiris, and sometimes as a distinct divinity,…

Egyptian god Thoth

Thoth

Egyptian god Thoth

The god of the moon in ancient Egyptian mythology.

Thoth

The god of the moon in ancient Egyptian mythology.

"Restoration of a group of tombs of the nobles in the Pyramid Age." -Breasted, 1914

Tombs

"Restoration of a group of tombs of the nobles in the Pyramid Age." -Breasted, 1914