Goddess Anuket

Anuket is the Egyptian goddess of excess. Anuket, the embodiment of the Nile River's yearly flooding, is revered as an agricultural goddess. 

  • She feeds the field and the crops, giving Egypt life, food, and wealth. 
  • The cowrie shell, water jugs, the yoni, money, and fish are her emblems, and her name signifies embracer. 

  • As patroness of the impoverished, she bestows riches and fertility on those who are in need. 
  • Anuket is usually portrayed as a gazelle or a full-breasted lady with a reed and ostrich feather headpiece.