• Sebek was an ancient Egyptian god of crocodiles. The people of Egypt worshiped him to gain his protection and strength, or reviled him by killing the crocodiles of the area because of the evil that they could do. To his worshipers, he was a god who created the Nile, a god of fertility and rebirth, and the symbolic strength of the ruler of Egypt. He had a connection to Ra that varied depending on the myth, sometimes being portrayed as a lesser creator god who emerged when the world was formed, or else simply being an aspect of Ra himself.

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