"Goddess depicted at the foot of King Tuts coffin" Crossword Clue

Author: Mathew Cooper
Last Updated: 10 Dec 2023

"Goddess depicted at the foot of King Tuts coffin" NYT crossword answer is:

ISIS (4 letters length)

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The goddess depicted at the foot of King Tut's coffin is Isis, the Egyptian goddess of motherhood, magic, and fertility. She is often depicted with wings and a sun disk on her head, and is one of the most important gods in the ancient Egyptian pantheon. She is associated with the protection of the dead and is believed to have been placed at the foot of King Tut's coffin to ensure his safe passage into the afterlife.

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