Pantheon: Syrian, Egyptian
Titles: Lady of Heaven, Mistress of the Gods
Alternate Names/Spellings: Antit, Annuthat
Gender: Female

Anat is a Syrian goddess introduced to Egypt by Rameses II. She is a goddess of war.

In art, Anat appears as a woman seated on a throne holding a shield and spear in one hand and a club in the other. She also appears as a standing woman dressed in a panther skin and holding a scepter. In both views Anat wears a white feathered headdress that sometimes has horns.

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