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A stela or Tablet depicting a pharaoh Osorkon I making offerings to Re-Horakhty and Nebet-Hetepet (circa 924-889 B.C.)

Nebethetepet (nb.t-ḥtp.t) is an ancient Egyptian goddess. Her name means "Lady of the Offerings" or "Satisfied Lady". She was worshipped in Heliopolis as a female counterpart of Atum, similarly to Iusaaset, and was also associated with Hathor. She personified Atum's hand, the female principle of creation, but aside from that had little significance.[1]


  1. ^ Richard Wilkinson: The Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt. London, Thames and Hudson, 2003. ISBN 978-0-500-05120-7, p.156

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