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Andjeti
a
n
D&tU33i
ꜥnḏtỉ
"One of Andjet"
Period of
worship
Predynastic PeriodNew Kingdom
Cult center Busiris
Titles "Bull of Vultures"
Symbol(s) crook and flail, atef crown
Association death, afterlife
Appearance Anthropoid, atef crown,
crook and flail
Egyptian
equivalent(s)
Osiris

Andjeti (ancient Egyptian: ỉnḥrw) is an ancient Egyptian deity of war who was worshipped in the 9th nome of Lower Egypt of the same name, and particularly at its provincial capital Busiris. Andjety is considered one of the earliest Egyptian gods, possibly with roots in prehistoric Egypt. He is thought to have been a precursor of Osiris.

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