Goddess of Water and Fertility (see Egyptian Mythology). She was shown as a woman with a lion's head, similar to Sekhmet, but with the Hedjet, the White Crown, or the Pshent, the Double Crown. She was the wife of Shu, the mother of Geb and Nut, and the daughter of Atum.

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Tephnut - The Goddess of Water and Fertility

Relief Tephnut Luxor Temple
Relief of Tephnut in the Luxor Temple. (627k)
Relief Tephnut Temple Horus
Relief of Tephnut in the Temple of Horus in Edfu. (601k)
Relief Tephnut Center Ra
Relief of Tephnut (center), with Ra Horakhty (left), and Hathor (right), in the Temple of Horus in Edfu. (848k)

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