Neith was a First Dynasty goddess of war and hunting. She made the weapons used in war and guarded the bodies of fallen soldiers. She is also the patron goddess of weaving and domestic arts. She was one of the consorts of Set, and this union produced a son, Sobek. Neith is typically depicted as a human woman with a weaving shuttle as hear headpiece, holding a bow and arrows. Sometimes, she is shown nursing a baby crocodile, and one of her names is "The Nurse of Crocodiles"




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