Mut was the Mother Goddess of the New Kingdom, wife of Amun. She was shown as a woman, sometimes with wings, or a as a vulture, wearing the Double Crown. She represented the mother of the Pharaoh, with the Pshent, the Double Crown of the unified Egypt as her symbol.

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Mut - The Mother Goddess of the New Kingdom

Relief Goddess Mut Center
Relief of the Goddess Mut (center, with the Pshent, or Double Crown of Upper and Lower Egypt) in the Karnak Temple in Luxor. (879k)
Relief Mut Right Hathor
Relief of Mut (right) with Hathor (left) in the Karnak Temple in Luxor. (611k)
Relief Mut Luxor Temple
Relief of Mut in the Luxor Temple. (616k)
Relief Mut Luxor Temple
Relief of Mut in the Luxor Temple. (875k)
Close-up Mut Luxor Temple
Close-up of Mut in the Luxor Temple. (1037k)

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