- The Hands of Amun were named after the Egyptian god, Amun, who is believed to be a form of Ra.
- The name "Amun" means hidden (in comparison, the Mummy's name, Tutankhamun means "Living Image of Amun)
- The first use of the hands were at Great Wall Entrance III, with their next being inside Heliopolis Temple.
|Found by Sphinx||Beetle Pouch | Beetle Satchel | Blade of Osiris | Blowpipe | Capture Beetle | Crocodile Scales | Dark Stone of Invisibility | Dart | Dart Belt | Large Scarab Bag | Scarab | Scarab Bag | Shield of Osiris|
|Found by Tutankhamen||Hands of Amun | Onyx Scarab | Wings of Ibis|
|Found by Sphinx||Abydos Pass Card | Abydosian Pearl | Atun Eye | Bas-Ket | Beetle Breeding Jar | Blue Diamond | Book of the Dead | Book of Sphinx | Canopic Vase | Coconut | Curse Stone | Dark Stone of Invisibility | Eagle Stone | Gold Ankh Piece | Hathor Statue | Healing Herb | Hunter Certificate | Key | Loyalty Card | Medal | Monster List | Parasol | Physician's Note | Portal Amulet | Rosetta Stone | Sacred Crown | Skeleton Fragment | Zip Line Handle|
|Found by Tutankhamen||Abydos Jewel | Atun Statue | Hands of Amun | Key | Medicine Bag | Nefertiti's Letter | Old Amulet | Royal Invitation | Sacred Crown | Wings of Ibis|
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