Anit, also spelled Enit, and it is a name of an ancient Egyptian goddess. She was depicted as a female wearing a headdress similar to that of Meskhenet. She is often referred to as the consort of Menthu.
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image of Anit-The gods of the Egyptians or, Studies in Egyptian mythology. E. A. Wallis Budge Published 1904  retrieved 18/09/2011
(copyrighted text) From Fetish to God in Ancient Egypt By E. A. Wallis Budge retrieved 18/09/2011
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