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Mut was the divine mother, the queen of all gods.
She was the female counterpart of Amun.
Mut usurped many of the other Egyptian goddess that exhibited the attributes of motherhood.
During the New Kingdom, The marriage of Mut and Amun
was one of the great annual celebrations.
Amun would be brought from his temple at Karnak,
a great following would escort him to visit Mut at her temple at Luxor.
Her hieroglyphic symbol was a vulture, it was worn on the crowns of Egypt's
queens to typify their motherhood.