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- "Oh, Taweret, the hippopotamus who walks. Lady of the Birth House, she is the goddess of fertility and childbirth. Mistress of the Horizon, she brings with her the yearly flood of Ar."
- ―Medjay Bayek of Siwa
Taweret, meaning she who is great or the great one, is a goddess in ancient Egyptian mythology, revered throughout the land as a protector, especially of households and women in labour.
She is often depicted as a bipedal hippopotamus, with feline hands and human breasts, wearing a nemes.
As a protective deity, amulets often bore her likeness.
During his travels, Bayek found a stone circle dedicated to Taweret.