In religio-mythology, supreme god, related to “state god”, a feature of henotheism religions, is a belief model according to which one god among many is assigned the highest ranking in god genealogy (see: religio-mythology genealogy) or god power (see: higher power) assignments in the “paut” (god family) or state religion per century, dynasty, or empire period (see: supreme god timeline).

The following are related quotes:

“Most people believe that Amoun is the name given to Zeus in the land of the Egyptians, a name which we, with slight alteration, pronounce Ammon. But Manetho of Sebennytus thinks that the meaning ‘concealed’ or ‘concealment’ likes in this world. Hectaecus of Abdera, however, says that the Egyptians use this expression one to another whenever they call to anyone, for the world is a form of address. When they, therefore, address the supreme god, whom they believe to be the same as the ‘universe’, as if he were invisible and concealed, and implore him to make himself visible and manifest to them, they use the word ‘Amoun’.”
Plutarch (100AD), On Isis and Osiris [1]

See also
Personal god

1. Plutarch. (c.100AD). Isis and Osiris; in: Plutarch's Moralia, Volume Five (pg. 25) (Introduction: Victor Hanson). Harvard University Press.

External links
Supreme god – Wikipedia.

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