By Derek C.
WOMEN AND RELIGION IN EGYPT
There is proof for ladies who were priestesses of the Goddesses and even divine beings. Women from high social order, or basically clerics little girls, who inherited their fathers business settings, these ladies appear to have had the capacity to perform the customs and also men. Throughout the Old Kingdom, for instance, numerous ladies from the heading families took part in Divine Cults, especially Neith and Hathor, however it gives the idea that they couldn’t serve male divine beings.
Throughout the Old Kingdom countless class ladies were priestesses of Hathor, with the religious rank of hemet netjer. Hemet netjer was the female type of a regular male cleric title called trim netjer, which gave a kind of minister inside the sanctuary chain of command. This title appears to be being used until the Middle Kingdom. There were likewise ladies who ‘performed wab administration for Hathor’ throughout the Olding Kingdom and gained the same installment as male wab clerics.