Sobek

Sobek (from the Temple of Kom Ombo)
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Sobek was the ancient Egyptian god of the Nile. In art, he was shown with the head of a crocodile. In temples to Sobek, live crocodiles were kept in pools to honor him.

Jobs & Roles

Sobek was worshipped wherever the Nile was presenting difficulties. Sobek was the ancient Egyptian God of crocodiles and controlled the waters. Sobek’s role was to protect the pharaoh from evil but it differs with each person. He was the most popular god in Arsinoe (Crocodilopolis in Greek), and was considered the Lord of Faiyu (a place in Egypt).

Other Languages
Afrikaans: Sobek
العربية: سوبيك
azərbaycanca: Sobek
беларуская: Себек
български: Собек
བོད་ཡིག: སུའོ་པོ་ཁོ།
bosanski: Sobek
Cymraeg: Sobec
dansk: Sobek
eesti: Sobek
Ελληνικά: Σομπέκ
English: Sobek
español: Sobek
Esperanto: Sobek
euskara: Sobek
فارسی: سوبک
français: Sobek
Gaeilge: Sobac
한국어: 세베크
հայերեն: Սեբեկ
hrvatski: Sobek
Bahasa Indonesia: Sobek
íslenska: Sóbek
italiano: Sobek
עברית: סובק
ქართული: სებეკი
Latina: Suchus
latviešu: Sebeks
lietuvių: Sobekas
magyar: Szobek
македонски: Собек
മലയാളം: സോബെക്
მარგალური: სებეკი
مصرى: سوبيك
Nederlands: Sobek
日本語: セベク
norsk: Sobek
occitan: Sòbec
polski: Sobek
português: Sucho
română: Sobek
русский: Себек
Scots: Sobek
sicilianu: Sobek
slovenčina: Sobek
slovenščina: Sobek
српски / srpski: Собек
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Sobek
suomi: Sobek
svenska: Sebek
Tagalog: Sobek
Türkçe: Sobek
українська: Себек
اردو: سوبک
Tiếng Việt: Sobek
中文: 索貝克