Ammit

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Ammit

part hippopotamus, part lion, with jaws like a crocodile’s. [Egypt. Myth.: Leach]

Ammit

half-hippopotamus, half-lion monster of underworld; ate the sinful. [Egyptian Myth.: Leach, 50]
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If her heart had been found to be heavier than the feather, it would have been cast out for Ammut (or Ammit) to devour.
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The content is generally sound apart from a reference to Mannut as the swallowing monster, rather than the usual Ammut. The contents and index pages are clearly set out and there is also a useful Guide to the Gods.
If the deceased did not measure up, as it were, the heart was devoured by Ammut, and such a one died the second death (Seawright 1996).
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