January 25th, 2009 by sabrina
Zenenet is the Egyptian Goddess of the city of Hermonthis. She is one of the consorts of the falcon-headed God Montu (shown to her right in the picture). Zenenet is depicted in human form, wearing a horned sun disk. Other depictions show her wearing the double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt, and one of her epithets was Sun Goddess of the Two Lands. She was later merged with the Goddess Rat-Taui as Montu’s consort. Zenenet’s name means “the exalted one,” and is also seen as Tjenenyet, Tenenet, Tanenet, Tanenit, and Taninit.
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