Amon

Amon (ā'mon) [Heb.,=trustworthy]. 1. King of Judah (642–640 B.C.), son and successor of Manasseh. According to Chronicles, he was inattentive to the worship of God, and the accounts accordingly denounce him strongly. However, his worship of other gods indicates that he, like his fath...
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Amon

Amon (ā'mun, ä'–) , Ammon (ă'mun) , or Amen (ä'men) , Egyptian deity. He was originally the chief god of Thebes; he and his wife Mut and their son Khensu were the divine Theban triad of deities. Amon grew increasingly important in Egypt, and eventually he ...
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Amon

Amon is an Egyptian name for boys. The meaning is `teacher, builder, protector` The name Amon is most commonly given to Dutch boys. (2 times more often than to American boys.) The name sounds like: Aimon, Aymon, Amin, Amyn, Aman Similar names are: Aron, Adon, Admon, Alon, Amnon, Amor, Amos, Armon, Avon
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Amon

ancient Egyptian god of creation, his name means, what is hidden or cannot be seen'; Amon`s wife was Mut and his son Khonsu (the moon); Amon was depicted as a man seated on a throne holding an ankh in one hand and a specter in the other; Amon was also depicted with the head of a cobra or frog.
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Amon

Egyptian deity who was revered as king of the gods.[18 related articles]
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Amon

Originally a local Theban god of reproductive forces, represented as a ram. Amon, his wife, Mut (the mother), and his son the moon god Khon (to traverse the sky), formed the divine triad of Thebes. Later Amon was identified with the sun god Ra of Heliopolis, and was known as Amon-Ra, the father of the gods, the fashioner of men, the creator of catt...
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