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CMC PCD 2001-297-096

A straight-horned, ram-headed god who is often depicted creating humans on his potter's wheel, Khnum emerged from two caverns in the subterranean world in the ocean of Nun. He was the god of the First Cataract of the Nile in Upper Egypt and controlled fertility by sending half the waters of the river to the south and half to the north.

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