Anubis clambers up on one side, while Typhon descends on the left of the wheel.
The right half—“the well-deserved of Anubis, Usrtsn, son of Srtuy (?)”
She sat in a hall in the underworld to hear the confessions of the dead, the door of which was guarded by Anubis.
Anubis was particularly worshipped at Lycopolis, Abt, and elsewhere.
The hawk face in profile was startlingly like that of Anubis as it lay against the red carpet.
The figure with the stylized jackal head was Anubis, the god of death.
It is a picture of the Egyptian god, Anubis, who was supposed to linger at the side of the dying to conduct their souls.
There besides was the famous temple of the jackal-headed god, Anubis.
It was a fire, a languor, a sparkling limpidity which might have made even the dog-headed Anubis giddy.
Or Anubis, a very ancient god who presided over embalming; he appears in the form of a man with the head of a dog or jackal.
jackal-headed god of Egyptian religion, from Greek Anoubis, from Egyptian Anpu.