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Osiris (Asir) was the first son of Geb and Nut and the brother of Set, Horus (the elder), Isis and Nephthys. He was one of the most prominent gods of the Heliopolitan Ennead, but his worship pre-dated the development of this fairly complex philosophy. Although Atum
was installed as the head of the Ennead by the priests of Heliopolis,
Osiris was considered to be the king of the underworld, and is the only
deity who is referred to simply as "god". This gives us some indication
of his prominence and popularity.
Many of Ancient Egypt's Gods and Goddesses share characteristics and epithets at different times in history. For example, Sekhmet (the lion Goddess of Memphis), Mut, Tefnut and Hathor are all given the title 'the Eye of Ra' and given the task of protecting the sun god. There is often confusion about the different gods known as Horus. For example, Horus the elder was often thought to be the consort of Hathor, while Horus the younger was the son of Isis and Osiris.
This is unsurprising given that the Egyptian civilisation survived for
over three thousand years, and the religious system was constantly