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Anit, also spelled Enit, and it is a name of an ancient Egyptian goddess. She was depicted as a female wearing a headdress similar to that of Meskhenet. She is often referred to as the consort of Menthu.[1]

See alsoEdit

Enitharmon


External linkEdit

image of Anit-The gods of the Egyptians or, Studies in Egyptian mythology. E. A. Wallis Budge Published 1904 [2] retrieved 18/09/2011

ReferencesEdit

  1. W. Max Muller, Egyptian Mythology, Kessinger Publishing 2004, ISBN 0766186016, p.130
  2. openlibrary

(copyrighted text) From Fetish to God in Ancient Egypt By E. A. Wallis Budge retrieved 18/09/2011

Ancient-egytian-online retrieved 18/09/2011


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