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the ancient Egyptian goddess of war and weaving, Neith was one of the oldest Egyptian gods; Neith was considered both male and female in nature and was self-created; originally worshipped and honored throughout Egypt as the goddess of war, her role evolved over time to the goddess of weaving. Neith was said to be the mother of Sobek and Re. Ancient Egyptian Gods - Neith
"the terrifying one": protector of the king and one of four goddesses who guard the coffin and the canopic box
(also Net) Goddess of the bowstring and of the loom. She is the goddess of all string technology, which was a sophisticated development of Paleolithic and Neolithic technologies. She is represented by a bow and set of arrows, or by a golden shuttle.
(Pronounced ‘Neet'.) War-like Creator goddess of Sais.
A goddess of the hunt. She may have also been a war goddess. Neith was pictured as a woman wearing the red crown of Lower Egypt, holding a bow and crossed arrows. Her cult sign was a shield and crossed arrows.
In Egyptian mythology, Neith (also known as Nit, Net and Neit) was the patron deity of Sais, in the Western Nile Delta. Originally, Neith was a goddess of the hunt and of war, and had as her symbol, like the town of Sais itself, two crossed Arrows over a shield. It is thought that Neith may correspond to the Berber and Punic goddess Tanit (Ta-Nit).