Following the merging of the Ennead and Ogdoad belief systems, Anubis became relegated to lesser status in the organization of the mythic underworld, as he was displaced by the more popular Osiris.
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Anubis was identified as the father of Kebechet, the goddess of the purification of body organs due to be placed in canopic jars during mummification.
Prayers to Anubis have been found carved on the most ancient tombs in Egypt; indeed, the Unas text (line 70) associates him with the Eye of Horus.
When officiating at these ceremonies, high priests often wore an Anubis mask.
Originally, in the Ogdoad system, Anubis was god of the underworld.
Anubis is the Greek name for the ancient jackal-headed god of the dead in Egyptian mythology whose hieroglyphic version is more accurately spelled Anpu (also Anupu, Anbu, Wip, Ienpw, Inepu, Yinepu, Inpu, or Inpw).