Taurt

A goddess who protected pregnant woman and infants. Also protectress of rebirth into the afterlife. She is pictured as a pregnant hippopotamus with human breasts, the hind legs of a lioness and the tail of a crocodile.
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Taurt

as an ancient Egyptian goddess, Taurt`s primary role was to protect pregnant women; she assisted the gods Bes and Hatshepsut at childbirths; this role was appropriate for a mother goddess who was said to help in the daily birth of the sun.
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Taurt

goddess of ancient Egypt, the benevolent protectress of fertility and childbirth, associated also with the nursing of infants. She was depicted as ... [1 related articles]
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Taurt

In Egyptian mythology, Taurt or Touaris was an animal goddess represented as a pregnant hippopotamus, sometimes crowned with a disk, horns and plumes. Taurt was the goddess of midwifery and childbirth and devourer of the wicked, waiting in Amenti for those who failed when weighed in the scales of judgement. Later she was depicted as the consort of ...
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