Seth, man with the head of a 'seth animal'(unidentifiable). God of chaos,represented everything that threatened harmony in Egypt.
Bastet, a protective goddess. Usually gentle, but sometimes appeared with the head of a lioness to protect the kind in battle, otherwise had the head of a cat. The cat was a symbol of Bastet.
Hathor, woman with the ears of a cow, headress of horns. Protective goddess, and goddess of love and joy.
Bes, Dwarf with lion and human like features. Protector of newborn babies, pregnant women, and family. Ancient Egyptians also believe Bes protected against snake and scorpion bites.
Isis, woman with headdress in the shape of a throne and a pair of cow horns with a sun disk. Protective goddess. She used powerful magic spells to help people in need. Associated with thrones.
Seshat, woman wearing a panther skin dress and a star headdress. Goddess of writing and measurement.
Ma'at, a woman with a feather on her head. Goddess of truth, justice, and harmony. Associated with the balance of things on earth.
Nut, woman who's body arches over the sky wearing a dress decorated with stars. Sky-goddess, whose body created a vault or canopy over the earth. At the end of the day, she swallows the sun god Ra, and gives birth to him again the next morning.
Sekhmet, 'the powerful one'. A woman with the head of a lioness. Goddess of war.
Geb, man lying down below the arch of the sky goddess Nut with a goose on his head. God of the earth. Ancient Egytpians believe earthquakes were Gebs laughter.
Thoth, man with the head of an Ibis holding a writing palette. God of writing and knowledge. Gave the gift of hieroglyphics. Also connected to the moon.
Khnum, man with the head of a curly horned ram. Creator god, molded people on a potters wheel. Since potters used nile mud, khnum was also connected to the inundation.