Maat

The concept of order, truth, regularity and justice which was all important to the ancient Egyptians. It was the duty of the pharaohs to uphold maat.
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Maat

Egyptian goddess of truth and justice. The souls of the dead were weighed against the feather of truth (her symbol), or against her statue. The Egyptians believed that all things were governed by...
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Maat

Maat adjective [ See Mate , adjective ] Dejected; sorrowful; downcast. [ Obsolete] 'So piteous and so maat .' Chaucer.
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Maat

• (a.) Dejected; sorrowful; downcast.
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Maat

In Egyptian mythology, Maat was the goddess of truth and world order. She was depicted as holding an ankh.
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Maat

[disambiguation] Ma`at or Maat is an Egyptian goddess and concept. Maat may also refer to: People with the surname Maat: ...
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Maat

[military] Maat is a naval rank of the German navy equivalent to the army rank of Unteroffizier. A Maat is considered the equivalent of a junior Petty Officer in the navies of many other nations. The term is derived from the low German māt (comrade). Via the Dutch language, the word became a nautic term and described the assistant to a dec...
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Maat

Maat, ``Mayet``, ``Maae`t`` or ma`at (thought to have been pronounced *muʔ.ʕat), also spelled māt or mayet, was the ancient Egyptian concept of truth, balance, order, law, morality, and justice. Maat was also personified as a goddess regulating the stars, seasons, and the actions of both mortals and the deities, who set the order of t...
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