Amun is the Egyptian god of creation, fate, fertility, prophecy, prosperity, spells, and the sun, and the protector of the poor and of travellers. He is said to be able to cure eye problems. His sacred animals include curly-horned rams, elephants, falcons, frogs, geese, and snakes. He is the husband of the goddess Amenti, or sometimes Mut or Amunet. Amun's sacred colours are gold and dark yellow, and his sacred gemstones are amethyst, emerald, sapphire, and turquoise. His main cult centers were Thebes and Hermopolis Magna. Amun was often associated and combined with Ra, and sometimes with Min.
In art, Amun is typically shown wearing a double-plummed headress, a kilt with a bull's tail attached, a feather-patterned tunic, and having a beard. Occasionally he is seen as having the head of a ram, goose, or frog. Aumn's skin was usually coloured either red or blue. He carries an ankh in his right hand and a scepter in his left.
Amun Asha Renu: "Amun Rich in Names"