English: Mut

Goddess o queens an lady o heiven
A contemporary image o goddess Mut, depictit as a woman wearin the double crown plus a ryal vulture heiddress, associatin her wi Nekhbet.
Name in hieroglyphs
Major cult centrerThebes
Symbolthe vultur
Parentsnone (self-creatit)

Mut, which meant mither in the auncient Egyptian leid,[1] wis an auncient Egyptian mither goddess wi multiple aspects that chynged ower the thoosands o years o the cultur. Alternative spellins are Maut an Mout. She wis considered a primal deity, associatit wi the watters frae which everythin wis born through parthenogenesis. She an aa wis depictit as a woman wi the crowns o Egyp upon her heid. The rulers o Egyp each supportit her worship in thair ain way tae emphasize thair ain authority an richt tae rule through an association wi Mut.

  • references


  1. Velde, Herman te (2002). Mut. In D. B. Redford (Ed.), The ancient gods speak: A guide to Egyptian religion (pp. 238). New York: Oxford University Press, USA.
Other Languages
Afrikaans: Moet
Alemannisch: Mut (Göttin)
azərbaycanca: Mut
български: Мут
বাংলা: মুত
brezhoneg: Mout
čeština: Mut
dansk: Mut
Ελληνικά: Μουτ
English: Mut
Esperanto: Mut (diino)
español: Mut
eesti: Mut
euskara: Mut
فارسی: موت
suomi: Mut
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hrvatski: Mut
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Bahasa Indonesia: Mut
italiano: Mut
日本語: ムト
ქართული: მუტი
한국어: 무트
lietuvių: Muta
Minangkabau: Mut
македонски: Мут
മലയാളം: മുട്ട്
Bahasa Melayu: Mut (dewi)
Nederlands: Moet (godin)
norsk: Mut
polski: Mut
português: Mut
русский: Мут
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Mut
Simple English: Mut
slovenščina: Mut
српски / srpski: Мут
svenska: Mut
українська: Мут (богиня)
اردو: موط
Tiếng Việt: Mut
მარგალური: მუტი
中文: 姆特