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Menhit or Mehyt was an ancient Egyptian goddess.[1] In the Early Dynastic period Egyptians drew and carved her to look like a lioness lying down with three bent poles coming out of her back. She is shown on many early dynastic sealings and ivory artifacts, usually next to a picture of an Upper Egyptian shrine. People worshiped her in Hierakonpolis and Thinis.

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  1. Andrew Tian (March 5, 2019). "The Anger and Anxieties of the Asian and African Diaspora as Explored Through Poetry Film and Textile Arts". East Carolina University. hdl:10342/7305. {{cite journal}}: Cite journal requires |journal= (help)