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Andjety

In Egyptian mythology, Andjety is an underworld god worshipped particularly in Busiris. In art, he was depicted as wearing a cone-shaped crown with a pair of feathers on top, often holding a crook and a flail.

Alternative: Anezti, Anedjti



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