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Anubis In Egyptian mythology, a jackal-headed god. Son of Nephthys and Osiris, he conducted the souls of the dead to the underworld and presided over mummification and funerals. Anubis accompanied Osiris on his world conquest and buried him after his murder.

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Anubis (ənōō´bĬs), Egyptian god of the dead. He presided over the embalming of the dead and is represented as a dog-headed or jackal-headed man.

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Anubis in ancient Egyptian theology, the god of mummification, protector of tombs, usually represented as having a jackal's head.

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