God Ash

God Ash
God Ash was God of the western Desert of Egypt accepting  the  breeding  oases,  and of Tehenu or  Libya,  first  old  on sealings from the Early Dynastic Period. Although  his  dominion  is  in  what  the Ancient  Egyptians  addressed  the  Red  Land (Deshret) as opposed to the crop-bearing silt up of the Black Land (Kemet) marching the River Nile itself, Ash is not an foreigner or a deity of alien origins. He masters the get of the oases in favor of the pharaoh gone archaeology in the Egyptian western Desert has  read  how  the  Egyptian  monarch savored the prosperity of its senior fertile depressions.  Ash  also  had  ties with vineries in the western Egyptian Nile Delta.

His work is normally anthropomorphic as  attested,  e.g.  in  a  backup  from  a temple of King Sahura (Dynasty V). He can as well be  showed  with  the  head  of  a  hawk. As master of the desert an plain identification was made between Ash and Seth as early as Dynasty II. This connexion was main because Ash, it would seem, was the original god of Ombos in Upper Egypt  before  the reaching of Seth as its major deity  so an epithet  of  Ash  being  nebuty or he  of Nebut.