Do you know about Deity woman?
When the man was having a big part of ancient societies, ancient Egyptian women equaled his position in Egyptian society, and sometimes she was having a higher level than him, she proved herself in different fields. We can know what the role of the woman in ancient Egypt was, through what her ancient Egyptian antiquities recorded for us, pictures, individual statues or statues with her husband and family.
Love, beauty, justice, and happiness when you reading these words your brain will classify them as just terms, but in another old story, they are ancient symbols for female deities at ancient Egypt.
A woman had a high position at religious life reached sanctification, so when we talk about Egyptian woman we show an important part of society that effective at different life folds politically, socially and religiously.
From the ancient religion life we show you woman role as a deity:
She is the patron and protector deity of Egypt and king, depicted as a snake-headed woman or a usually Egyptian cobra, it was a symbol on the crown of kings of Delta. Used to celebrate the feast of going to Wadjet on 25 December with chants and songs, and there was an annual festival held on 21 April, and important date for her worship is in 21 June at the time of the summer, also it was allocating 5 o’clock on the fifth day after the moon appeared in the sky for her.
If you come to visit the Hatshepsut temple at Luxor, you’ll see two images of Wadjet appear on the carved wall.
She was a deity of justice, law, fair and order, portrayed as a woman with an ostrich feather on her head which presents a symbol of justice, and holding the life key Ankh in one hand and holding a referee mace in the other hand. Her father was the measure that determined whether the souls of the departed would reach the paradise of the afterlife successfully.
Maat inscriptions appear at different temples like Amun-Re and Atun at Karnak, Luxor temple and temple of Edfu at Aswan.