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Mut (Egyptian deity)

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Personal name headingMut (Egyptian deity)
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Variant(s)Maut (Egyptian deity)
Mout (Egyptian deity)
Found inWork cat.: Eaton-Krauss, Marianne. Post-Amarna Period Statues of Amun and His Consorts Mut and Amunet, 2020: ECIP t.p. (Mut) galley (In the post-Amarna Period, groups representing Mut in the company of Amun, sometimes joined by the reigning king, proliferated)
Archaeology (via JSTOR), September/October 2006: p. 45 (Mut was an elite deity associated with kingly power; ancient Egypt's mother and protector, she was the wife of Amun, the chief god, and mother of the moon god Khonsu)
Britannica online, Apr. 27, 2020: under Amon (Amon-Re was worshipped as part of the Theban triad, which included a goddess, Mut) under Mut (Mut, in ancient Egyptian religion, a sky goddess and great divine mother; came to prominence during the 18th dynasty (1539-1292 bce) as the companion of the god Amon at Thebes, forming the Theban triad with him and with the youthful god Khons, who was said to be Mut's son)
Wikipedia, Apr. 27, 2020 (Mut; Mut, also known as Maut and Mout, was a mother goddess worshipped in ancient Egypt)
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