Hapi – A fertility god, god of the Nile

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Hapi – the god of the Nile who is associated with the inundation which caused the river to overflow its banks and deposit the rich earth that the farmers relied on for their crops. Hapi was a very ancient god whose name may have originally been derived from the river and who was a personification of the river at the flood. He is depicted as a man with large breasts and a belly signifying fertility and success.

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