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List of Sun Gods From Ancient Religions - Ancient/Classical History
In ancient cultures, where you find gods with specialized functions, you'll probably find a sun god or goddess. Many are humanoid and ride or drive a vessel of ...
Ra - The Egyptian Sun God Re - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Ra was the Egyptian sun god who, like the daily sun, went through various transformations.
Egypt Cult of the Sun God and Akhenaten's Monotheism
Egypt During the New Kingdom, the cult of the sun god Ra became increasingly important until it evolved into the uncompromising monotheism of Pharaoh ...
Ra, the Sun God of Egypt - Paganism & Wicca - About.com
To the ancient Egyptians, Ra was the ruler of the heavens. He was the god of the sun, the bringer of light, and patron to the pharaohs. According to legend, the ...
About Helios - Greek God of the Sun - Ancient/Classical History
Definition: Helios is the Greek sun god and the sun itself. He is equated with the Roman Sol. Helios drives a chariot led by four fire-breathing horses across the ...
Prayer to the Sun God for Yule - Paganism & Wicca - About.com
Many religions and cultures honor gods of the sun. Send up a prayer to your tradition's solar deities at Yule, the winter solstice.
Inti - the Inca Sun God - Incan History - Latin American History
Inti, the Sun God, was the second-most important god to the Inca culture after Viracocha, the Creator. There were magnificent temples dedicated to him and an  ...
Sun Gods and Goddesses - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Mostly, but not exclusively, the province of male deities, the pantheon of most cultures has at least one god responsible for the daily return of the sun.
Moon Gods and Moon Goddesses (Lunar Deities)
In Greek mythology, the sun god was originally Helios (whence words like heliocentric for our sun-centered solar system) and the moon goddess Selene, but ...
Deities of Litha - Summer Solstice Gods and Goddesses
Meet some of the solar deities from around the globe who are connected to the sun-focused themes of Midsummer.
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