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The Bull-Headed God is known from a statue of this god that was found in the ruins of the ancient Djaratian capital in the Desert of Skulls.

As to which god this image relates to is unknown as almost certainly it is not Harrun. The ancient Djaratians gave animal heads to all of their gods, but this does not necessarily imply that the gods were members of the Animal Court as in most cases it did not. Seket is a known exception to this rule (the equivalent of the goddess Meerar, creator of cats).[1]

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  1. Curse of the Mummy - ???

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