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Qebui is the Egyptian god of the North Wind.[1] In art, Qebui appears as a man with four ram heads, or a winged, four-headed ram.[2][3] He is also associated with the lands beyond[clarification needed] the third cataract of the Nile. Greek equivalent is Boreas.[4]


  1. ^ Hall, Adelaide S. (2005). A Glossary of Important Symbols in Their Hebrew, Pagan & Christian Forms. Cosimo, Inc. p. 15.
  2. ^ Anthony S. Mercatante (1978). Who's who in Egyptian Mythology. p. 127. ((cite book)): Unknown parameter |agency= ignored (help)
  3. ^ Alfred Ernest Knight (1915). Amentet: An Account of the Gods, Amulets & Scarabs of the Ancient Egyptians. p. 133. ((cite book)): Unknown parameter |agency= ignored (help)
  4. ^ Boris De Rachewiltz, I Miti egizi, pag. 162