Nekhbet

Nekhbet (t; also spelt Nekhebit) was an early predynastic local goddess in Egyptian mythology who was the patron of the city of Nekheb, her name meaning of Nekheb. Ultimately, she became the patron of Upper Egypt and one of the two patron deities for all of Ancient Egypt when it was unified. ==Mythology== Egypt’s oldest oracle was the shrine of ...
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Nekhbet

A goddess portrayed as a vulture. Protectress of Upper Egypt.
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Nekhbet

Goddess of Upper Egypt represented in the form of a vulture
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Nekhbet

In Egyptian mythology, Nekhbet was the vulture goddess. She was a mother goddess who looked after the ruling Pharaoh, and held the symbols of eternity in her claws.
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Nekhbet

in Egyptian religion, vulture goddess who was the protector of Upper Egypt and especially its rulers.
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