The term "Amen" used to end prayer was originally a diety in which region
"Amen" is Hebrew for "so be it" or "it is truth." It has nothing to do with the name of a deity. You may be referencing the ancient Egyptian belief in Amen-Rah, king of the Egyptian gods; also spelled Amun-Rah. Has nothing in common with "Amen" spoken at the end of our prayers.
by graceinus 6 years ago
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by "Quill" 12 years ago
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