The Chnum-Satet-Anuket triad of Elephantine was the early group of Egyptian mythology that focused on the tree gods, Chnum (god of the source of the nile river), Satet (The personofication of the floods of the nile river), and Anuket (the Goddess of the nile river). Chnum soon arose to become the chief god of this triad.

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