God of the day!

Chenti-cheti
Crocodile god.

Chenti-cheti (Khenti-kheti) (“foremost retreater”) is a crocodile god of Athribis in Lower Egypt. In the New Kingdom he was identified with Horus, taking on the shape of a falcon. In an inscription found on a statue of Khenti-Kheti he is described as “the chancellor of the king of Lower Egypt, the sole friend, the great superintendent Khenti-Kheti.”

Pantheon: Egyptian
Animals: Crocodile, Falcon, Bull

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