In Etruscan mythology, Ani is god of the sky. He is identified as residing in the highest heaven and is sometimes depicted with two faces, possibly equating with the Akkadian god Anu and the Roman god Janus.
In Egyptian mythology, Ani is an obscure moon deity of Egypt which was worshiped during the unification of Egypt c. 3000 B.C.E. His partner and consort is goddess Anit.  He is identified as residing in the highest heaven.
See also 
- Jordan Encyclopedia of Gods p. 18
- Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt By Margaret Bunson
- Fischer, Richard James Historical Genesis: from Adam to Abraham University Press of America, 2007
- Jordan, Michael Encyclopedia of Gods: Over 2,500 Deities of the World New York: Facts on File 1993
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