Egyptian Goddess of Truth and Order
The Goddess Maat Maát is ethical principles collectively embracing the values of truth, justice, harmony, balance, cosmological order, reciprocity and propriety. Personified as a goddess, Maát is depicted as a woman wearing an ostrich feather on her head, a symbol of the principles she represents. Controlling the movement of the stars and the seasonal flooding of the Nile River, Maát also had codes of tradition and customs. For all Egyptians to live in a happy, prosperous and peaceful environmen
Ancient Egyptian goddess Ma'at, tomb of Queen Nefertari. Ma'at was a symbol in Egyptian mythology of truth, order, law, morality and justice. This painting of Ma'at is found in the tomb of Queen Nefertari above the entrance to the burial chamber. Nefertari lived around 1300-1255 BC and was the first wife of the Egyptian pharaoh Ramses II. It is located in the Valley of the Queens, near the ancient city of Thebes, Egypt. It is one of the best preserved and most ornate of all known tombs.
* goddess Maat _ In ancient Egypt Maat was the goddess of truth, justice, righteousness and order, responsible for the maintenance of social and cosmic order, daughter (or mother) of Ra and wife of Thoth (some writers argue that the moon-god Thoth was Maat's brother). She is represented as a young woman sporting an ostrich feather on her head, which was weighed against the heart (soul) of the deceased in the judgment of Osiris. *
Ma'at - was the ancient Egyptian concept of truth, balance, order, law, morality, and justice. Ma'at was also personified as a goddess regulating the stars, seasons, and the actions of both mortals and the deities, who set the order of the universe from chaos at the moment of creation. Her ostrich feather represents truth. Her (ideological) counterpart was Isfet.