Geb is a primordial deity representing Earth. He is the son of Shu and Tefnut. He is typically depicted as a human lying on his back, with vegetation growing on his body. The hieroglyph for "geb" means "goose," and the goose is his symbol, representing the ability to thrive on the plenty of the land.
Together with his sister Nut, he had children Osirus, Set, Isis, Nepthys (and, in some variations of the myth, Horus the Elder).




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