|This article is about the stone circle in Egypt. For other uses, see Amun.|
|This article is about the stone circle located in Siwa. You may be looking for Amun, the deity in Egyptian mythology.|
- Khemu: Papo, why are there so many poor in Egypt? Yet those who don't belong here are rich.
- Bayek: Egypt has forgotten who she is. Many chose wealth over honor. In the end, they got neither and lost justice as well.
- Khemu: But we are Medjay. We will bring justice and honor back to Egypt.
- Bayek: Yes, my son. We have not forgotten who we are. We will endure no matter our origin.
Amun, the king of gods, divided into two forms as the great goddess of invisibility Amunet, and master of the wind. He upholds justice. Lord of the shadows and the silence, he comes at the voice of the poor. He hears the confessions of the humble and forgives them.
Bayek aligned the constellation of Amun to the stone circle.
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