Ma'at is an electronic shoebox, it takes all those paper documents that you need to keep, but always lose, scans them and stores them in a mySQL database. The GTK+ frontend allows the stored documents to be accessed via a simple tree interferface
the Ancient Egyptian word for both a concept and a Name of Netjer, which is difficult to translate into English by a single word. It is the foundation of Kemetic society, and is the mechanism of the universe that puts things into balance, striving ever to re-establish what is right, just, and true - the elements of cosmic harmony set in place by Netjer at the time of creation. As a Name of Netjer, Ma'at personifies moral integrity, truth, and justice, and thereby embodies the laws of the universe. She is depicted as a woman with an ostrich feather on Her head.
Divine personification of the cosmic order, secondarily connected to the concepts of truth and justice. She wears an ostrich plume on her head, the transcription of her name.
positive force in the life of the ancient Egyptians, Ma’at was the goddess of truth, order, and Egypt’s physical and moral law; depicted as a seated or standing woman, Ma’at held an ankh in one hand and a specter in the other. She wore an ostrich feather in her hair. Ancient Egyptian Gods - Ma'at
The ancient Egyptians concept for order in the world, for truth and justice. At the judgement of the dead, the heart of the deceased would be weighed against the sign of maat, a pen. Also, Egyptian goddess of justice.
goddess of order, morality and justice. Shown as a seated or standing woman with an ankh and an ostrich feather.
This is the Egyptian word for "what is right." It means don't lie, be good, don't act or pretend to be confused. Ma'at is also the name of a very pretty ancient Egyptian goddess. She wears a feather on her head. Image courtesy of The Egypt Archive http://www.egyptarchive.co.uk The reality of reality. The Egyptian word for "what is right." It includes the idea of truth instead of lies, and good balance instead of evil chaos. Ma'at is also the name of an ancient Egyptian goddess who wears a feather on her head. This feather is balanced against the heart of a person who died before they pass into the afterlife. If the heart remains as light as the feather, the person can move into the afterlife.
Ma'at, reconstructed to have been pronounced as * (Muh-aht),Information taken from phonetic symbols for Ma'at, and explanations on how to pronounce based upon modern reals, revealed in (Collier and Manley pp. 2-4, 154) was the Ancient Egyptian concept of law, morality, and justice(Budge The Gods of the Egyptians Vol. 1 p. 417) which was deified as a goddess.(Budge The Gods of the Egyptians Vol. 1 p. 418) As a goddess, her masculine counterpart was Thoth and their attributes go hand in hand.(Budge The Gods of the Egyptians Vol. 1 p. 400) Like Thoth,(Budge The Gods of the Egyptians Vol. 1 p. 407) she was seen to represent the Logos of Plato.http://www.wsu.edu:8000/~dee/EGYPT/MAAT.HTM Her primary role in Egyptian mythology dealt with the weighing of words that took place in the Underworld, Duat.(Budge The Gods of the Egyptians Vol. 1 p. 418)