Russian: Input /Инпут, Anput /Анпут
Alt: Anupet, Input, Inpewt
Pronounced: Ȧnput, Ēnput
Meaning: Female Royal child
17th Upper Egypt, Cynopolis 𓉈
Patrons worshiped: Anpu and Anput
His cult Center is in the Egyptian City of Hardai. Temple of Bata(w). The Capital City was called Wten-ha or sA-kA/Saka (Hwt-nTr Anpu) better known by the Greek name κυνοπολίτης/Cynopolis 'The City of the dogs', the modern City of القيس /El-Kays, El-Kaïs or Al-Qays in the Region of Al Minya. Dog mummies have been found on the opposite bank near Sheykh Fodi. The City lies between Nikafar and Oxyrhinchus.
qb-Hwt/ Kebechet daughter
Wesir/Osiris and Nebet-Hut/ Nephytis
Sutekh/ Set and Nebet-Hut/ Nephytis
Ra and Hesat 'earthly manifestation of Hut-Hor/ Hathor'
She was depicted as a human woman wearing a standard dress with a headdress flag of the symbol of the 17th nome which is adored with a jackal, or as a large black dog or jackal.
knives or blades
Goddess of funerals and mummification. She is also accredited to helping take down Apep
Connection to other gods
Sometimes seen as the female counterpart to Anpu
Brightly colored cloth (scarfs)
She who destroys the wicked one Apep with her teeth
She who destroys the wicked one Apep with her knives
Mother of Light
Lady of the Holy Land
Lady of Heaven
The Dark Mother
Lady of Magic
Lady of the Circle
Lady of the Light and The Dark
Lady of Truth
She who is Crowned with Stars
She Who Protects
Queen of the Starry Heavens.