Thoth, the God of wisdom in ancient Egyptian mythology, is also the God of the moon, mathematics and medicine, the inventor of Egyptian hieroglyphs, the document of the gods, and one of the main gods of Heliopolis. Depicted as a standing judge in the book of the dead. It appears as a egret head wearing a full moon disc and a crescent crown, or as a baboon. He taught the young Horus and helped him defeat Seth and regain the throne.
Thoth is the God of wisdom and learning in Egyptian mythology. He lived with his wife Matt and had ten children. Tott is often described as a human figure with a egret head, suggesting thought and reason. He kept a book in his hand to record things. The Egyptians believed that God Toth invented writing and believed that he was the writer of the underworld. He completed the book of death.