God Sopdu

God Sopdu
God Sopdu was an ancient Egyptian god and the  star  knew  to  the  Greeks  as  Sirius,  Sothis,  or  the Dogstar, Alpha Canis Majoris. The show of Sopdu signaled  the  beginning  of  Akhet, the  Season of  torrent of the Nile. Sopdu was as well a divinity of the eastern desert and the deity of the four boxes of the earth, with Horus, Set, and Thoth. When connected with Horus, the deity was the Sharp Horus. The star was sometimes presented in a light form and then was assorted with the goddess Hathor. His consort was Sopdet.

The name of God Sopdu meant to ready, and he was described by a zodiacal light on a tall cone. He likely was east in origin and was varied into the husband of  Sah  (Orion). Sopdu  was  noted  in  the  pyramid texts. The  divinity  was  also  described  on  an  Abydos  bone tablet,  had  by  Djer of  the First Dynasty  (2920-2770 B.C.E.).