Ra or Re (Auncient Egyptian: 𓂋ꜥ, rˤ) is the auncient Egyptian solar deity. Bi the Fift Dynasty (2494 to 2345 BC) he haed acome a major god in auncient Egyptian releegion, identified primarily wi the midday sun. The meanin o the name is uncertain, but it is thoucht that if nae a wird for 'sun' it mey be a variant o or linked tae wirds meanin 'creative pouer' an 'creator'.
|Ra / Re|
|God o the Sun|
In ane o his many forms, Ra haes the heid o a faucon an the sun-disk restin on his heid.
|Name in hieroglyphs|
|Major cult centrer||Heliopolis|
|Consort||Hathor, Sekhmet, an Bastet|
|Affspring||Shu, Tefnut, Bastet, some say Sekhmet|
|Parents||Nane, sel-creautit Neith (in some accoonts)|
- "Ra (Re)". Ancient Egypt: The Mythology. Retrieved 28 August 2010.
His name is thought to mean "creative power", and as a proper name "Creator".