Remphan, (hrem-fan') is the King James Version of the Bible's rendering of the Greek word ρεμφαν that appears in Acts 7 verse 43. Various manuscripts offer variations such as Ρομφα, Ρεμφάν, Ρεμφαμ, Ραιφαν, and Ρεφαν. It is part of a reference to Amos 5 verse 26 where which reads in Hebrew as Chiun or Kewan. The Septuagint's reading of Amos is raiphan or rephan. The Greek forms may be based on a transliteration of the Hebrew, k (qoppa) having been replaced by r (resh) and ph substituted for v (yod). Kewan is probably the Old Babylonian Kayawanu, the planet Saturn, another (the Akkadian) name for which is Sakkut, which appears as Siccuth in the earlier part of the verse. The Star of Remphan as mentioned in Acts 7 was used as part of making Child Sacrifice.
Remphan (that is, Kijun), an Egyptian idol: - Remphan. In the book of the Acts of the Apostles chapter 7 Stephen points about this deity Remphan the star of your god whose images you made to worship.(verse 43).