The Greek Gods which have their origin in the Egyptian Gods of Kemet suggests that Egyptian Gods are older than the Greek Gods.
In Stolen Legacy George James shows how Egyptian Gods are older than Greek Gods by demonstrating how the Religious philosophy of Egypt found expression in Greek Religion through the works of Greek Philosophers like Thales, Plato, Socrates and Aristotle who had received training in the knowledge of the Mysteries of Ancient Egypt from Egyptian Priests.
Other Philosophers like Socrates, Parmenides, Heraclitus, Democritus and Anaxagoras would also travel to Egypt in order to receive training from Egyptian Priests.
The Egyptian Gods
The Metu Neter Dieties or Egyptian Gods are older than the Greek Gods because Greek Gods like Hermes or Thot were based on the earlier older Gods of Ancient Egypt encountered by the Greeks following the conquest of Egypt by Alexander The Great and the creation of the Ptolemaic Dynasty in Egypt after his death.
However, instead of appreciating the Egyptian Gods as metaphoric expressions of the Metaphysical aspects of nature according to the Egyptian Tree Of Life, the Greeks personified the Egyptian Neteru, and created a Pantheon of Polytheistic Deities like Zeus based on the Egyptian Mystery System even though Egyptian Religion was itself Monotheistic because all Egyptian Deities were simply expressions of the One Supreme Unseen Deity.
There is certainly a great deal of evidence to suggest that Greek Philosophy and the Greek Pantheon Of Gods have their origins in Ancient Egypt.
Such an understanding of the Egyptian origins of the Greek Gods highlights the point that Egyptian Gods are older than the Greek Gods.
Perhaps the greatest evidence that the Ancient Greeks themselves knew that their Gods were modelled on the Gods of Ancient Egypt is the fact that Alexander The Great once visited the Oasis at Siwah in the Libyan desert where he consulted the Oracle of the Ancient Egyptian Supreme Deity Ammon.
Ultimately, the fact that the Greek Gods have their origin in the Egyptian Gods of Kemet suggests that Egyptian Gods are older than the Greek Gods