Egyptian Goddess

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Mistress - Ancient Religions
... Mistress of the house of life, a title of the Egyptian goddess Isis Mistress of the west ... The Egyptian goddess Hathor Mistress of the temple,the Egyptian Goddess of the underworld Nepthys ... Knossos (Creta) Mistress of the house ( Greek, "Despoina"),a title applied to the Greek goddess Persephone,but also to the goddesses Demeter and Hecate ...
List Of Geological Features On Venus - Tesserae
... Name origin Adrasthea Tesserae 30.0N 55.0E 750.0 1997 Adrastea, Greek goddess of law ... Ananke Tessera 53.3N 137.0E 1,060.0 1985 Ananke, Greek goddess of necessity ... Athena Tessera 35.0N 175.0E 1,800.0 1997 Athena, Greek goddess of wisdom ...
List Of Craters On Ganymede
... Most are named after figures from Egyptian, Mesopotamian, and other ancient Middle Eastern myths ... / 4.1°S 127.9°W / -4.1 -127.9 (Anat) 2.9 1985 Anat, Assyro-Babylonian goddess of dew ... / -52.8 -161.1 (Andjeti) 52.5 1985 Andjeti, Egyptian first god of Busirus ...

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