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This research paper draws attention to the Gebga bird in ancient Egyptian beliefs. According to ancient Egyptian concepts, the Gebga is hostile to dead people. In addition, it was supposed to keep the bird away from the dead, as mentioned in some coffin texts. Furthermore, there was an account of destroying the writing tools of the Gebga. Some texts indicate that the Gebga-bird is the scribe of the god's court at which the dead is condemned. Therefore, the writing tools of the Gebga weredoi:10.21608/shedet.2023.281324 fatcat:rajgcmbnw5evvn5zktsgjukvia