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Imentet was a goddess in Ancient Egyptian religion representing the necropoleis west of the Nile. She is depicted as a woman wearing the hieroglyph for "west" on her head, and often appears in tombs welcoming the deceased into the afterlife. However, she was so closely linked with Hathor and Isis in their afterlife roles that she may be less an independent deity than an alternate form of those two goddesses.[1]


  1. Wilkinson, Richard H. (2003). The Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt. Thames & Hudson. pp. 145–146