Sacred Symbols of Nebet Het
- Akhet-Cow or Celestial Cow
- Dolphin (Lepidotus or Nile Tilapia of Hatmehyt)
- Female Black Kite
- Small Black Kite
- Female Dog
- Female Donkey
- Hoopoe (a type of bird)
- Mafdet (feline, possibly mongoose)
- Mourning Bird
- Mysterious Krht-Snake
- Panther or Leopard
- Tern (a type of bird)
- Tilapia (cichlid)
- Two Female Black Kites (with Aset)
- Two Hwrt-Birds (with Aset)
- Two Red Cows (with Aset)
- House/Basket: House hieroglyph with a basket on top in the spelling of Her name.
- Horns/Sundisk: Horns encircling a solar disk on a modius crown with a uraeus
- Horns/House: Her Name Crown on top of the cow horns encircling the sundisk with a uraeus on top of a modius crow
- Menat Necklace
- Papyrus scepter
- Tyet Amulet (Isis Knot)
- Edges of the Desert
- Night Sky
- Nile River
- Sun and Stars
- Twilight (Dusk and Dawn)
- Sycamore Tree
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