Wepwawet - God of cuteness

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An ancient Egyptian war and funerary god whose name means “opener of the roads,” Wepwawet is depicted as a canine creature that scholars say is a jackal, a wolf (many depictions include a shorter, straighter, less jackal-like muzzle than those of Anubis and Set), or an ordinary dog.

His associations with war and the newly dead — whom, like Anubis, he accompanies on their journeys to the underworld — might be due to canines’ well-earned reputation as fierce fighters and savvy scouts.


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