Khepri is an ancient Egyptian god of the rising sun, creation, and regeneration. He is depicted as a man with the head of a scarab beetle, and was considered to be one of the most important gods in ancient Egyptian religion.
Khepri’s name means “the one who comes into being” and his role in the mythology is closely associated with the concept of creation and regeneration. He was believed to be the god who pushed the sun up into the sky at dawn, representing the daily rebirth of the sun and the beginning of a new day. He was also associated with the creation of the world, and was believed to have been involved in the creation of the first land and the first gods and goddesses.
Khepri was also associated with the concept of rebirth and regeneration. He was believed to have the power to bring new life and rejuvenate the land. He was often depicted in statues and amulets as a way for the people to seek his protection and blessings for a bountiful harvest.
Khepri was also associated with the concept of protection, he was believed to be able to protect the people from harm and ensure their safe passage through the afterlife. He was also considered to be the protector of the pharaohs and was often depicted on the crowns of the pharaohs and on the sarcophagi of the deceased, as a way to ensure their protection in the afterlife