The God of the Nile River
115 Gods and Goddesses
My Influence- I was important to Egyptians because I brought the flooding of the Nile every year. The flooding deposited rich silt on the banks of the Nile. This allowed farmers to grow crops.
My Symbol- My symbol is running water, because I'm the god of the Nile. In the image to the right the group of three of the same symbol can mean running water in hieroglyphics.
Ancient Egyptian Gods
Image showing Running Water
My Story- My name is Hapy and I am the Egyptian god of the Nile River. I am the reason farmers can grow crops in Egypt. My name can also be spelled Hapi.
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Gods and Goddesses
Image of Hapy
My Relationships- My wife is the goddess Nekhbet. She is a deity of nature and protector of women at childbirth. My sister-in-law is Wadjet, the cobra goddess.