Seshat
Seshat

Pantheon: Egyptian
Titles: Mistress of Builders, Mistress of the House of Books, The Secretary
Alternate Names/Spellings:
Gender: Female

Seshat is the goddess of archives, calculation, the census, construction, history, learning, the sky, starts, time, and writing. She is the record keeper of the gods, and the wife, sister, or daughter of Thoth.

In art, Seshat appears as a woman wearing a leopard skin robe, and having a star over her head. She is often carrying a notched palm rib. The star over her head may have a reversed crescent moon and two long feathers hanging from it.

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