Sobek is a river god, representing the produce of the Nile (crops, fish, and other items). In some accounts, he is the son of Set and the goddess Neith. He is the patron god of crocodiles, and his worshippers would sacrifice to him in order to get protection from the crocodiles in the Nile River, which were much feared. Because of his fierce nature, he was also the patron of the Pharoah's army. Sobek is typically depicted as a human with the head of a crocodile, or as a crocodile itself.




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