Goddess of the cataract region and of the south (including Nubia), who formed a triad with Satet and Khnum. According to the texts, these three gods were the ones who brought the cool water that comes from Elephantine. Thus the goddess is responsible for the Nile inundation. Anuqet was worshipped in Elephantine, but her original cult area appears to be the nearby island of Sehel, which she shared or took over from the goddess Satet. Anuqet, who was equated with the goddess Hera by the Greeks, was depicted as a woman wearing a cap decorated with vertical stripes, sometimes interpreted as feathers.