Although Sebiumeker was a major god in Sudan, historians
do not have a lot of information about how the Kushites
perceived him. Since representations of this god are often
located near doorways, he is thought to have been some sort of a guardian
Enormous statues of this God flanked the doorways of the
Amon Temple at Tabo and the Eastern Temple at Musawwarat es
Sofra. Sebiumeker, along with another unknown, deity are identified
at Tabo as "guardians of the temple".1
Statue of the God Sebiumeker. Bronze. From Kawa. Oxford University
Excavations. Khartoum, National Museum. Source: Wildung, Dietrich.
Sudan: Ancient Kingdoms of the Nile.