Hesat is an Egyptian cow goddess who quenches the thirst of mankind with her milk, called the 'beer of Hesat.' Her 'beer' was also believed to have the ability to cure the wounds of both gods and mortals. She is the patron of food and drink and is the mother of many of the other Egyptian gods; among these were the jackal-headed Anubis and the bull Mnevis.

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