Horus: God of Life. One of the greatest Gods.
Ra: Ra is the primary creator God, which means he usually does all the work. When Ra was born, he created the rest of the Gods, which means all the Gods and Goddesses are all tied to Ra. He is also the God of the Sun. Unlike Apollo, Ra used a Sky Boat instead of a Sun Chariot. Some Egyptians thought Ra as a newborn baby by morning, an adult by noon, and died an old man at night.
Osiris: Osiris is the God of Fertility. Osiris was the Underworld God; he judged the dead and sent the souls to different parts of the Afterlife. Osiris taught mankind (mankind means every person and every man made object or device) everything that we know today. For example he taught the Egyptian’s how to turn papyrus into paper, and how to write and read. He taught how to build temples, cities, and farm.
Seth: Seth is the God of Storms and the Desert. Later, he became the God of evil and thieves.
Bes: Bes guarded against Evil Spirits and misfortune. Even Gods can’t stop bad things from happening, but they can help make it so that it won’t be as bad as it would have been without Bes’s help. He is also the God of children, pleasure, music, and dance. He helped women in labor too. He also encouraged fertility.
Thoth: Thoth is the God of the Moon. Also he is the God of wisdom, writing, magic, and taught us how to tell time.
Anubis: Anubis is the God of Death and Dying. Before Osiris he was God of the Underworld.
Shu: God of Air. Ra created him and his twin sister Tefnut. He is also the God of Light, which seems kind of ironic since people would say.” Don’t go towards the light!”
Geb: Earth God. His parents are Tefnut and Shu. He has a sibling named Nut. Geb became the Ground and Nut became the Sky.
Set: God of the Desert.
Ahmose-Nefertari: Queen and Consort of the founder of the Eighteen Dynasty. She holds the titles: Female Chieftain of Upper and
Amunet or Amaunet: She is often referred to as "The Hidden One." She was "Self Created."
Anath: She is a warrior Goddess. Also she was the wife of Seth.
Anukis: Water Goddess. Her cult came to be associated with sexuality.
Aritnefret: She is often called "Lady of the Heavens." And "Mistress of the Two Lands."
Arsinoe ll: She is a Queen of
Astarte: She is a Warrior Goddess.
Bastet: Cat Goddess. She is associated with the Moon and protects women that are pregnant.
Bat: Primeval Cow Goddess.
Berenike ll: Ptolemaic Queen of Ptolemy lll:
Beset: Protects pregnant women and newborn children.
Cleopatra lll: There is nothing that I could find on this Goddess.
Hathor: Mother of the King. Also she is the Daughter and Wife to the Sun God Re. She is also the Goddess of Love and Sexuality.
Hatmehyst: She is the Fish Goddess.
Hauhet: Female counterpart of Huh.
Hekat: A water Goddess
Hepetethor: Goddess seems like a Demon because she is pictured with knives.
Hesat: She is another Cow Goddess. She is supposedly the Mother of the King.
Imentet: Goddess of Death
Inpud: The bitch counterpart of Anubis
Isa’s: She is one of the Creator Goddesses
Kauket: Counterpart of Kuk.
Khefthernebes: There is nothing yet for this Goddess
Ma'at: Daughter of Re
Mafdet: Cat Goddess
Menet-Weret: Goddess of the Sky. She is sometimes called the Mother of Re
Mekhit: Lion Goddess. She is the Mate of Onuris
Menhyt: One of the Lion Goddesses
Merhyt: Water Goddess
Merit: Goddess of Music
Meskhenet: Presided over child birth. She represents one of the magical bricks which ancient women in labor squatted to give birth.
Mut: Goddess of Karnak and
Naunet: Female counterpart of Nun. She is a Sky Goddess
Nebet-Hetepet: Goddess of
Nefertiti: Mistress of all the Gods and Lady of Heaven.
Neith: Primeval bisexual Goddess and female Creator with hunting and warfare and weaving.
Nekhbet: Primeval Mother Goddess
Nephthys: One of the Children of Nut. She protects the Dead in general. Married Set, but she left him because he could not have children. She disguised herself as her sister, Isis, and bore a child with Osiris. Their son was named, Anubis. She helped bring Osiris back to life when he was killed.
Nut: Sky Goddess of either the entire vault of heaven or the Milky Way. She is shown as the nude women arching over the Earth God, Geb. She is also held up by Shu. Only her toes and fingers touched the ground. At night it is believed that she has gone to visit Geb. When a storm brews, it is said that she has fallen. Geb and Nut got married and had four children: Osiris, Isis, Set, and Nephthys. She also had one more daughter with Ra. The daughter’s name is Hathor.
Pakhet: Lion Goddess of
Qadesh: Goddess from
Raettawy: Counterpart of Re
Renenet: Cobra Goddess
Renenotet: Divine nurse. Birth Goddess. Harvest Goddess. Fertility Goddess.
Renpet: She personified the Gear.
Satis: Water, Fertility, and Hunting Goddess.
Selket: Scorpion Goddess
Sesnat: Goddess of Writing, counterpart of Thoth.
Shentayet: Cow headed Goddess
Shesmetet: Lion Goddess
Sokaret: Counterpart of Sukar
Ta-Bitjet: Scorpion Goddess
Taweret: Protector of women during childbirth appears as a hippo with the legs and arms of a lion and the tail of a crocodile, and pendent human breasts.
Tayet: Goddess of Weaving
Tefnut: Created as moisture and consort Sister of the air God Shu
Wadjit: Tutelary Goddess of the North
Wenut: Can be found in snake form
Werethekau: Serpent Goddess
Wosret: Goddess of the Bes
That's all the Goddess. I hope this was useful! :)