Fertility god Min was depicted as partly mummified human. His left hand held erected penis, right hand was raised. His typical head decoration was a pair of large feathers. His cult signs were lettuce and an undentified subject, perhaps barbed arrow, shining thunderbolt or a pair of fossilized shells.
God Min was rather ancient god and he was considered as protector of a mining area in Eastern Desert. His main cult centres were Koptos and Akhmin (Panopolis in Greek, because Greeks identified their god Pan with Min). Sometimes he was descripted as Isis' son or her husband and Horus was their son. He was associated with Theban god Amun to New Kingdom period.
Goddess Mut was considered as Amun's wife and Khonsu's mother. This mother goddess was worshipped in Egypt especially in New Kingdom period. Many temples were sacred to her, the most famous is situated in Karnak.
She wore united double crown of Egypt from Lower Egypt red crown and Upper Egypt white crown. Sometimes she wore vulture headdress, whose two wings bordered the face and a bird head was on goddess' forehead.
Goddess Mut was worshipped in Ptah's temple in Memphis (Mennefer) and in one sanctuary in Giza. She was mainly known thanks to her temple in Karnak, which is situated to the south of the great temple of Amun.