C. Seawright , Animals and the Gods of Ancient Egypt, Frog, Frogqrr - The
was often shown as a frog-headed woman or as a frog. Because the
Egyptians saw that there were many frogs, all appearing from the Nile,
they associated the frog with fertility and resurrection, and so
was a goddess of childbirth. The four male primeval gods of the Ogdoad
- Nun (water), Amen (invisibility), Heh (infinity) and Kek (darkness) -
were all frog gods.