Anput is the name given to the female counterpart of Anubis. She is an Ancient Egyptian goddess; she is considered as the female version of Anubis, her husband. Anubis was the god of death, embalmers and funerals. Anubis was son to Set the god of evil and Nephthys who is the goddess of sleep and night.
Anput is often portrayed as a pregnant or a nursing Jackal. She is the goddess of funerals and mummification.
She is also a goddess of the seventeenth nome of Upper Egypt. She is the protector of Osiris' body. She was also the mother of Kebechet.
Input is a goddess in ancient Egyptian religion, and she is the female version of her husband, Anubis, who is a god that has all to do with death, mummification, afterlife, embalmer, and protector of graves. He depicted as a man wearing a dogs’ head.
His counterpart, Input, is portrayed as a woman with a headdress with a jackal displayed or a woman with the head of a jackal. She is the mother of Kebechet who the goddess of mummification liquid is, also known as cooling waters. She is sometimes represented as a woman with the head of a snake.