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Goddess Renenutet

Goddess Renenutet name

Goddess Renenutet receives
papyrus plants from
Thutmose IV (Stella of
Thutmose IV)
Goddess Renenutet was an Egyptian goddess of good luck, she was taken an incarnation of Isis as the patroness of harvests. She was also worshiped as the heavenly cobra that entertained the pharaohs. A temple dedicated to Renenet was erected in the Faiyum during  the Middle Kingdom (2040-1640 B.C.E.). She was also affiliated with the cults of Hathor and other goddesses relating harvests, fate, happiness, and childbearing.

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