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Statue of Anubis in Kiya's tomb.
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Anubis was the god of death, mummification, embalming, the afterlife, cemeteries, tombs, and the Underworld, in ancient Egyptian religion, usually depicted as a canine or a man with a canine head.


A statue of Anubis adorned the inner chamber of Princess Kiya's tomb. Princess Kiya briefly mentioned Anubis in her letter to Sir Dan, where she detailed her fight against an evil warlock that wanted to summon Anubis into the mortal realm.


MediEvil 2

Anubis appears as one of the God statues in Kiya's tomb. Sir Dan needs to attach the Staff of Anubis to the statue in order to release Kiya.

MediEvil: Resurrection

Anubis does not appear in MediEvil: Resurrection. However, the Anubis Stone, an artefact associated with him, does.


  1. In some accounts only.


  1. "The Egyptian jackal gods were part of a wider religious system — one in which the gods were related to one another in various ways. Family relations among gods are complicated by the fact that Egyptian religion accommodates many different (and sometimes contradictory) traditions based on different local myths. Thus, the jackal god Anubis is sometimes described as the son of the cow goddess Hezat, but more often as the son of the gods Osiris and Isis. Variant traditions, however, described Anubis as the son of an adulterous relationship between Osiris and Nephthys. Anubis is thus the full or half-brother of the god Horus in these traditions. As such, he is also related to the jackal god Duamutef, one of the four sons of Horus."Jackal God Relations on Death Dogs. Retrieved February 20, 2024.


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