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MensajeTema: Renenutet   Lun Dic 16, 2013 7:06 am

Renenutet diosa que acompañaba al faraón y también era diosa de la cosecha y de la alimentación.
También se la nombra como Rannut, Ernutet o Renenet y en griego, Hermutis o Termutis.









Nepret, Renenutet and Hu as cobras.
New Kingdom, Dynasty 20, Rameses III
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MensajeTema: Re: Renenutet   Lun Dic 23, 2013 12:35 am



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MensajeTema: Re: Renenutet   Lun Dic 23, 2013 12:37 am


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Renenutet (also transliterated as Ernutet, and Renenet) was a goddess of nourishment and the harvest in ancient Egyptian religion.[1] The importance of the harvest caused people to make many offerings to Renenutet during harvest time. Initially, her cult was centered in Terenuthis. Renenutet was envisioned, particularly in art, as a cobra, or as a woman with the head of a cobra.

Sometimes, as the goddess of nourishment, Renenutet was seen as having a husband, Sobek. He was represented as the Nile River, the annual flooding of which deposited the fertile silt that enabled abundant harvests. More usually, Renenutet was seen as the mother of Nehebkau, who occasionally was represented as a snake also. When considered the mother of Nehebkau, Renenutet was seen as having a husband, Geb, who represented the Earth.

Later, as a snake-goddess worshiped over the whole of Lower Egypt, Renenutet was increasingly associated with Wadjet, Lower Egypt's powerful protector and another snake goddess represented as a cobra. Eventually Renenutet was identified as an alternate form of Wadjet, whose gaze was said to slaughter enemies. Wadjet is the cobra on the crown of the pharaohs.

Hymn[edit]

The Hymn of Renenutet says:
I will make the Nile swell for you,without there being a year of lack and exhaustion in the whole land,so the plants will flourish, bending under their fruit.The land of Egypt is beginning to stir again,the shores are shining wonderfully,and wealth and well-being dwell with them,as it had been before.
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MensajeTema: Re: Renenutet   Lun Dic 23, 2013 12:51 am




Renenutet (Rennut, Renenet, Thermouthis, Thermuthis, Hermouthis)
Symbols: cobra, cloth
Cult center: Faiyum, Dja, Thebes

Renenutet was a protective snake-goddess whose role evolved in unexpected ways over time. Originally, she guarded the king and later the farmers' harvests. She was depicted as a raised cobra with the sun disk and horns on her head, or two tall feathers and the solar disk. Alternately, Renenutet was shown as a woman with a snake's head, sometimes nursing her son Nepri.

While it may seem odd to modern people to personify a protective deity as a poisoness snake, the ancient Egyptians saw it in a different way. By appealing to a dangerous animal, the snake used its powers for the benefit of the people. Plus, the Egyptians undoubtedly noticed that beneficial snakes ate rats, birds and other vermin that threatened their crops in the field and in the grainaries.

During the Old Kingdom, Renenutet was the guardian of the king on earth and in the afterlife as the uraeus. She spit fire on his enemies from her perch on his brow. In the Pyramid Texts, she was said to nourish the ka of the pharoah. Renenutet was also a protector of the king's linen robe, and later the linen bandages that wrapped mummies. Later, she became associated with Buto, who became the premier uraeus cobra.

As time passed, Renenutet assumed the role of guarding the harvest. Farmers especially revered her, and shrines to her were placed in granaries. Her son, Nepri, was the personification of corn. Nepri was associated with Osiris, as Osiris was also a god of vegetation who brought the knowledge of farming to Egypt.

A festival to Renenutet were celebrated during the last month of the winter/spring season (Peret) when crops were planted. Another celebration was held in her honor in the first month of the spring/summer season (Shemu) when the plants began to ripen.

Due to her importance to the common people in protecting their livelihoods, Renenutet evolved once again into a household deity who protected children. She was a provider and nourisher of infants, including giving newborns their name, determining their destiny and how long they would live. Her loving care of her son Nepri paralleled the mother/son relationship of Isis and Horus, and at times Renenutet was said to be Horus's mother.

Like Isis, Renenutet's cult survived the rise of Christianity. During the Ptolemaic period, she was renamed Thermuthis by the Greeks. Greco-Roman terracottas of that time show Thermuthis as a form of Iss with a snake's head on a woman's body. Interestingly enough, according to the 1st century historian Josephus, Thermuthis is the name of Moses' Egyptian foster mother. Although the Bible simply calls her the "daughter of Pharoah."
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MensajeTema: Re: Renenutet   Jue Dic 26, 2013 11:44 pm

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Renenutet, Goddess of Suckling, the Name, and Protection
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MensajeTema: Re: Renenutet   Jue Dic 26, 2013 11:47 pm

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MensajeTema: Re: Renenutet   Jue Dic 26, 2013 11:55 pm

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