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Neith is a goddess of war and of hunting, and had as her symbol two arrows crossed over a shield. She is a far more complex goddess than is generally known, however, and of whom ancient texts only hint of her true nature.

A religious silence was imposed by ancient Egyptians for secrecy, employing euphemisms and allusions and often relying on symbols alone.

In her usual representations, she is portrayed as a fierce deity, a woman wearing the Red Crown, occasionally holding or using the bow and arrow, in others a harpoon.

In fact, the hieroglyphs of her name usually are followed by a determinative containing the archery elements, with the shield symbol of the name being explained as either double bows facing one another , intersected by two arrows usually lashed to the bows , or, by other imagery associated with her worship.

Her symbol also identified the city of Sais. In her form as a goddess of war , she was said to make the weapons of warriors and to guard their bodies when they died.

As a deity, Neith is normally shown carrying the was scepter symbol of rule and power and the ankh symbol of life. She is also called such cosmic epithets as the "Cow of Heaven", a sky-goddess similar to Nut, and as the Great Flood, Mehet-Weret , as a cow who gives birth to the sun daily.

In these forms, she is associated with creation of both the primeval time and daily "re-creation". As protectress of the Royal House, she is represented as a uraeus , and functions with the fiery fury of the sun, In time, this led to her being considered as the personification of the primordial waters of creation.

She is identified as a great mother goddess in this role as a creator. She is the personification of the primeval waters, able to give birth create parthenogenetically.

Among the pairs of deities usually noted by the later ancient Egyptians, she is paired with Ptah -Nun. In the same manner, her personification as the primeval waters is Mehet-Weret, conceptualized as streaming water, related to another use of the verb sti , meaning 'to pour'.

Neith is one of the most ancient deities associated with ancient Egyptian culture. Flinders Petrie Diopolis Parva , noted the earliest depictions of her standards were known in predynastic periods, as can be seen from a representation of a barque bearing her crossed arrow standards in the Predynastic Period, as displayed in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

That her worship predominated the early dynastic periods is shown by a preponderance of theophoric names personal names which incorporate the name of a deity within which Neith appears as an element.

Predominance of Neith's name in nearly forty percent of early dynastic names, and particularly in the names of four royal women of the First Dynasty, only emphasizes the importance of this goddess in relation to the early society of Egypt, with special emphasis upon the Royal House.

In the very early periods of Egyptian history, the main iconographic representations of this goddess appear to have been limited to her hunting and war characteristics, although there is no Egyptian mythological reference to support the concept that this was her primary function as a deity.

It has been suggested these hunting and war features of Neith's imagery may indicate her origin from Libya, located west and southwest of Egypt, where she was goddess of the combative peoples there.

Textual and iconographic evidence indicates that she was a national goddess for Old Kingdom Egypt, with her own sanctuary in Memphis, indicating the high regard held for her.

While Neith is generally regarded as a deity of Lower Egypt, her worship was not consistently located in that delta region.

Neith's symbol and part of her hieroglyph also bore a resemblance to a loom , and so in later syncretisation of Egyptian myths by the Greek ruling class, she also became goddess of weaving.

At this time her role as a creator conflated with that of Athena , as a deity who wove all of the world and existence into being on her loom.

Sometimes Neith was pictured as a woman nursing a baby crocodile, and she then was addressed with the title, "Nurse of Crocodiles", reflecting a southern provincial mythology that she served as either the mother of the crocodile god, Sobek, or he was her consort.

As a maternal figure beyond being the birth-mother of the sun-god Ra Neith is associated with Sobek as her son as far back as the Pyramid Texts , but in later religious conventions that paired deities, no male deity is consistently identified with her as a consort and she often is represented without one.

Later triad associations made with her have little or no religious or mythological supporting references, appearing to have been made by political or regional associations only.

Some writers assert that since Neith is a creator capable of giving birth without a partner asexually and without association of creation with sexual imagery, as seen in the myths of Atum and other creator deities, they may interpret that as her being androgynous.

Her name always appears as feminine, however. Westendorf, ed. In reference to Neith's function as creator with both male and female characteristics, Peter Kaplony has said in the Lexikon der Ägyptologie : "Die Deutung von Neith als Njt "Verneinung" ist sekundär.

The antiquity of Neith reaches deeply into the prehistoric periods, apparently even the neolithic, however, when female deities as the sole creators were quite common in human cultures, so she should be considered in that role without having to reach for other explanations about her not following later conventions.

Neith was considered to be eldest of the deities. Neith is said to have been "born the first, in the time when as yet there had been no birth" St.

Clair, Creation Records : In the Pyramid Texts, Neith is paired with Selket as braces for the sky, which places these two goddesses as the two supports for the heavens see PT a-d, following J.

This ties in with the vignette in the Contendings of Seth and Horus when Neith is asked by the deities, as the most ancient among them, to decide who should rule.

She was appealed to as an arbiter in the dispute between Horus and Seth. In her message of reply, Neith selects Horus, and says she will "cause the sky to crash to the earth" if he is not selected.

An analysis of her attributes shows Neith was a goddess with many roles. From predynastic and early dynasty periods, she was referred to as an "Opener of the Ways" wp w3.

References to Neith as the "Opener of Paths" occurs in Dynasties 4 through 6, and is seen in the titles of women serving as priestesses of the goddess.

Such epithets include: " Priestess of Neith who opens all the path ways ", " Priestess of Neith who opens the good pathways ", " Priestess of Neith who opens the way in all her places ".

The main imagery of Neith as wp w3. Her epithet as the "Opener of the Sun's paths in all her stations" refers to how the sun is reborn due to seasonal changes at various points in the sky, under her control of all beyond the visible world, of which only a glimpse is revealed prior to dawn and after sunset.

It is at these changing points that Neith reigns as a form of sky goddess, where the sun rises and sets daily, or at its 'first appearance' to the sky above and below.

It is at these points, beyond the sky that is seen, that her true power as the deity who creates life is manifested. Georges St.

Clair Creation Records , noted that Neith is represented at times as a cow goddess with a line of stars across her back as opposed to Nut's representations with stars across the belly [See el-Sayed, II, Doc.

Clair maintained it was this realm Neith personified, for she is the complete sky which surrounds the upper Nut and lower Nunet?

Neith, then, is that portion of the cosmos which is not seen, and in which the sun is reborn daily, below the horizon which may reflect the statement assigned to Neith as "I come at dawn and at sunset daily".

Since Neith also was goddess of war, she thus had an additional association with death: in this function, she shot her arrows into the enemies of the dead, and thus she began to be viewed as a protector of the dead, often appearing as a uraeus snake to drive off intruders and those who would harm the deceased in this form she is represented in the tomb of Tutankhamun.

She also is shown as the protectress of one of the Four sons of Horus , specifically, of Duamutef , the deification of the canopic jar storing the stomach, since the abdomen often mistakenly associated as the stomach was the most vulnerable portion of the body and a prime target during battle.

In some creation myths , she was identified as the mother of Ra and Apep. When she was identified as a water goddess, she was also viewed as the mother of Sobek , the crocodile.

She also was associated with the Nile Perch as well as the goddess of the triad in that cult center.

As the goddess of creation and weaving, she was said to reweave the world on her loom daily. An interior wall of the temple at Esna records an account of creation in which Neith brings forth from the primeval waters of the Nun the first land.

All that she conceived in her heart comes into being, including the thirty deities. Having no known husband she has been described as "Virgin Mother Goddess":.

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She is a far more complex goddess than is generally known, however, and of whom ancient texts only hint of her true nature. A religious silence was imposed by ancient Egyptians for secrecy, employing euphemisms and allusions and often relying on symbols alone.

In her usual representations, she is portrayed as a fierce deity, a woman wearing the Red Crown, occasionally holding or using the bow and arrow, in others a harpoon.

In fact, the hieroglyphs of her name usually are followed by a determinative containing the archery elements, with the shield symbol of the name being explained as either double bows facing one another , intersected by two arrows usually lashed to the bows , or, by other imagery associated with her worship.

Her symbol also identified the city of Sais. In her form as a goddess of war , she was said to make the weapons of warriors and to guard their bodies when they died.

As a deity, Neith is normally shown carrying the was scepter symbol of rule and power and the ankh symbol of life.

She is also called such cosmic epithets as the "Cow of Heaven", a sky-goddess similar to Nut, and as the Great Flood, Mehet-Weret , as a cow who gives birth to the sun daily.

In these forms, she is associated with creation of both the primeval time and daily "re-creation". As protectress of the Royal House, she is represented as a uraeus , and functions with the fiery fury of the sun, In time, this led to her being considered as the personification of the primordial waters of creation.

She is identified as a great mother goddess in this role as a creator. She is the personification of the primeval waters, able to give birth create parthenogenetically.

Among the pairs of deities usually noted by the later ancient Egyptians, she is paired with Ptah -Nun.

In the same manner, her personification as the primeval waters is Mehet-Weret, conceptualized as streaming water, related to another use of the verb sti , meaning 'to pour'.

Neith is one of the most ancient deities associated with ancient Egyptian culture. Flinders Petrie Diopolis Parva , noted the earliest depictions of her standards were known in predynastic periods, as can be seen from a representation of a barque bearing her crossed arrow standards in the Predynastic Period, as displayed in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

That her worship predominated the early dynastic periods is shown by a preponderance of theophoric names personal names which incorporate the name of a deity within which Neith appears as an element.

Predominance of Neith's name in nearly forty percent of early dynastic names, and particularly in the names of four royal women of the First Dynasty, only emphasizes the importance of this goddess in relation to the early society of Egypt, with special emphasis upon the Royal House.

In the very early periods of Egyptian history, the main iconographic representations of this goddess appear to have been limited to her hunting and war characteristics, although there is no Egyptian mythological reference to support the concept that this was her primary function as a deity.

It has been suggested these hunting and war features of Neith's imagery may indicate her origin from Libya, located west and southwest of Egypt, where she was goddess of the combative peoples there.

Textual and iconographic evidence indicates that she was a national goddess for Old Kingdom Egypt, with her own sanctuary in Memphis, indicating the high regard held for her.

While Neith is generally regarded as a deity of Lower Egypt, her worship was not consistently located in that delta region.

Neith's symbol and part of her hieroglyph also bore a resemblance to a loom , and so in later syncretisation of Egyptian myths by the Greek ruling class, she also became goddess of weaving.

At this time her role as a creator conflated with that of Athena , as a deity who wove all of the world and existence into being on her loom.

Sometimes Neith was pictured as a woman nursing a baby crocodile, and she then was addressed with the title, "Nurse of Crocodiles", reflecting a southern provincial mythology that she served as either the mother of the crocodile god, Sobek, or he was her consort.

As a maternal figure beyond being the birth-mother of the sun-god Ra Neith is associated with Sobek as her son as far back as the Pyramid Texts , but in later religious conventions that paired deities, no male deity is consistently identified with her as a consort and she often is represented without one.

Later triad associations made with her have little or no religious or mythological supporting references, appearing to have been made by political or regional associations only.

Some writers assert that since Neith is a creator capable of giving birth without a partner asexually and without association of creation with sexual imagery, as seen in the myths of Atum and other creator deities, they may interpret that as her being androgynous.

Her name always appears as feminine, however. Westendorf, ed. In reference to Neith's function as creator with both male and female characteristics, Peter Kaplony has said in the Lexikon der Ägyptologie : "Die Deutung von Neith als Njt "Verneinung" ist sekundär.

The antiquity of Neith reaches deeply into the prehistoric periods, apparently even the neolithic, however, when female deities as the sole creators were quite common in human cultures, so she should be considered in that role without having to reach for other explanations about her not following later conventions.

Neith was considered to be eldest of the deities. Neith is said to have been "born the first, in the time when as yet there had been no birth" St.

Clair, Creation Records : In the Pyramid Texts, Neith is paired with Selket as braces for the sky, which places these two goddesses as the two supports for the heavens see PT a-d, following J.

This ties in with the vignette in the Contendings of Seth and Horus when Neith is asked by the deities, as the most ancient among them, to decide who should rule.

She was appealed to as an arbiter in the dispute between Horus and Seth. In her message of reply, Neith selects Horus, and says she will "cause the sky to crash to the earth" if he is not selected.

An analysis of her attributes shows Neith was a goddess with many roles. From predynastic and early dynasty periods, she was referred to as an "Opener of the Ways" wp w3.

References to Neith as the "Opener of Paths" occurs in Dynasties 4 through 6, and is seen in the titles of women serving as priestesses of the goddess.

Such epithets include: " Priestess of Neith who opens all the path ways ", " Priestess of Neith who opens the good pathways ", " Priestess of Neith who opens the way in all her places ".

The main imagery of Neith as wp w3. Her epithet as the "Opener of the Sun's paths in all her stations" refers to how the sun is reborn due to seasonal changes at various points in the sky, under her control of all beyond the visible world, of which only a glimpse is revealed prior to dawn and after sunset.

It is at these changing points that Neith reigns as a form of sky goddess, where the sun rises and sets daily, or at its 'first appearance' to the sky above and below.

It is at these points, beyond the sky that is seen, that her true power as the deity who creates life is manifested. Georges St. Clair Creation Records , noted that Neith is represented at times as a cow goddess with a line of stars across her back as opposed to Nut's representations with stars across the belly [See el-Sayed, II, Doc.

Clair maintained it was this realm Neith personified, for she is the complete sky which surrounds the upper Nut and lower Nunet?

Neith, then, is that portion of the cosmos which is not seen, and in which the sun is reborn daily, below the horizon which may reflect the statement assigned to Neith as "I come at dawn and at sunset daily".

Since Neith also was goddess of war, she thus had an additional association with death: in this function, she shot her arrows into the enemies of the dead, and thus she began to be viewed as a protector of the dead, often appearing as a uraeus snake to drive off intruders and those who would harm the deceased in this form she is represented in the tomb of Tutankhamun.

She also is shown as the protectress of one of the Four sons of Horus , specifically, of Duamutef , the deification of the canopic jar storing the stomach, since the abdomen often mistakenly associated as the stomach was the most vulnerable portion of the body and a prime target during battle.

In some creation myths , she was identified as the mother of Ra and Apep. When she was identified as a water goddess, she was also viewed as the mother of Sobek , the crocodile.

She also was associated with the Nile Perch as well as the goddess of the triad in that cult center. As the goddess of creation and weaving, she was said to reweave the world on her loom daily.

An interior wall of the temple at Esna records an account of creation in which Neith brings forth from the primeval waters of the Nun the first land.

All that she conceived in her heart comes into being, including the thirty deities. Having no known husband she has been described as "Virgin Mother Goddess":.

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