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Horus was the Ancient Egyptian god of the sky, protection, and kingship. In earlier myths, Horus was depicted as the son of the sky goddess Nut and the earth god Geb and the brother of Osiris, Isis, Set and Nephthys whereas in later myths, he is Osiris and Isis's son, Set and Nephthys' nephew, Nut and Geb's grandson and Anubis' cousin. He was born shortly after his father departed to the Duat (Ancient Egypt's underworld) after being killed by Set.
He battled Set for the throne of Egypt. He eventually gained back the throne.
Horus was generally seen as a loving and protective figure. The Pharaoh was often thought to be a representation of Horus.