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EGYPTIAN GODDESS NUT OR NUIT
STATUE, PLAQUE, BANNER, FLAG
nuit goddess wall hanging
(c) Francene Hart
Dreamtime Nut Night Sky Goddess Banner
30 inches wide by 41 inches tall
76.2 cm x 104 cm tall
1.5 to 2.5 inch sewn rod pocket for hanging,
included in measurements.

High quality wall banner that feels like heavy silky lined fabric. Hemmed edges.
100% polyester, eco-friendly inks made in USA.
Water resistant, UV resistant, and strong color fastness. Usually lasts more than 1 year outdoors depending on local environmental conditions.

Regular Price:  $38.95
On Sale Now:   $28.95

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Night Sky Goddess Nut Plaque Egyptian Night Sky Goddess Nut Plaque
Hand painted Gypsum stone.
9.5 inches x 9.5 inches 24.13 cm x 24.13 cm
Thickness - .75 inches at base tapering to .5 inches thick at top
1.9 cm at base - 1.27cm at top

-more pictures and info here-

$42.00

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[temple fresco, Dendera, Egypt, c. 200 CE]
Goddess Nuit Banner Egyptian Goddess Nut or Nuit Banner
Night Goddess Banner-Tapestry

Top Quality Rayon
U.S.A. Artisan
35 inches H x 20.5 inches W.
 Vivid hand batik'd colors.

One of our most popular banners, this Egyptian Night Goddess guards a chakra colored double serpent, wings, a lotus, an Om symbol, the ankh of life, and the pyramids.


-More about Nuit here-
$39.00

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ŠJane Iris Designs
Egyptian Jewelry Nut Goddess Pendant

Egyptian Goddess of the Sky, Nut or Nuit (pronounced Noot)
was believed to be the Goddess whose domain included both heaven, earth and the night sky. Pendant measures approx
2 1/4 inches x 1/4 inches. Comes with story card.

.925 quality Sterling Silver
Made in USA.

$40.00

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nuit statue Egyptian Star Goddess Nuit Statue

Hand painted resin statue on a wood base. 7.25 inches tall.

-more images and information about this statue here-

$49.95

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Arching Nuit Rubber Stamp Arching Nuit Rubber Stamp
2 inches x 2 inches
High Quality,100% red rubber mounted on straight-sided hardwood blocks
with a thick rubber sponge between the image and the block.


$12.00

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Egyptian Night Sky Goddess Nuit or Nut (Noot)

"Oh Azure Lidded woman, bend upon them! Every man and woman is a star. Behold the naked splendor of Nuit. She bends in ecstasy to kiss the secret ardours of Hadit." The Book of the Law from Ordo Templi Orientis dictated 1904.

In ancient times, after the twelfth month of each year and before the first day of the ensuing year, calendar makers inserted five days to permit the Goddess Nuit to give birth to all of her children. (Maspero, Dawn of Civilization, p208.) 

Her name means "Night." Some of the titles of Nut were "Coverer of the Sky," "She Who Protects," "Mistress of All," and "She Who Holds a Thousand Souls."

Nuit was the goddess of the sky and all heavenly bodies, a symbol of resurrection and rebirth. According to the Egyptians, the heavenly bodies would enter her mouth, traverse her skies and be reborn with dawn out of her womb. 

A sacred symbol of Nut was the ladder, used by Osiris to enter her heavenly skies. This ladder-symbol was called "maqet" and was placed in tombs to protect the deceased, and to invoke the aid of the god of the dead. 

She was the sky goddess, in contrast to most other mythologies, which usually have a sky father. Nuti was also a protector from "all things evil" to those who sought her out.

This Goddess survived into the historical Egyptian pantheon in a variety of forms and names. As Great Mother, of all the Gods, She was called Nut, Nuit or Nathor. Both Nut/Nathor and the Goddess Hathor were given the epithet "Cow of Heaven".

Stories and images of Nut giving birth to Hathor, who bears upraised arms or stylized horns, strengthen the Nut/Nathor/Hathor connection. The primary link appears to be the lunar identity, which went from a shared function to the primary attribute of Hathor.

The association of the Moon with women's menstrual cycles in which the "horns of the uterus" are symbolized by sacred cow horns is one of the oldest religious symbolic connections in human history.

Though we cannot know for certain what name the Pre-dynastic Egyptians called this image, we have chosen to use the ancient name Nathor to designate Her based on these associations. The culture that produced Her was a sophisticated group of people who settled into small villages and gradually domesticated cattle.