(nēt), in Egyptian religion, goddess of hunting and war. Her cult was very popular during the XXVI dynasty, particularly at Saïs. She also assumed the attributes of a mother goddess and was frequently identified with Isis.
Beinlich emphasizes three places--Shedet (Schedet), cult center of the crocodile-god Sobek; the House of Life of Ra-sehet (Das Lebenhaus von Ra-sehet), associated with the king's acceptance by the gods; and the Acacia-tree of Neith (Akazie der Neith), associated with the king's childhood.
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The Provincetown Players are formed when a group of theatre artists vacationing in Provincetown, Mass., presents Suppressed Desires, by married couple George Cram Cook and Susan Glaspell, and Constancy by Neith Boyce.
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