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Who is Anuket in Egyptian Myth?

Anuket (Anquet) of Egyptian Myth, the Greek for which was Anukis, was Khnum's second spouse. She is represented as a lady sporting a tall plumed crown. Her title appears to imply 'the Clasper' - she who clasps the river financial institution and presses the Nile between the rocks of Philae and Syene. She was worshipped at Elephantine with Khnum and Sati as a regional Goddess of the Cataracts. She appreciated to reside on the island of Seheil, whieh was consecrated to her.

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