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Bastet - Bast was a local deity whose cult was centred in the city of Bubastis, now Tell Basta, which lay in the Delta near what is known as Zagazig today. The town, known in Egyptian as pr-bȝstt (also transliterated as Per-Bast), carries her name, literally meaning "House of Bast". It was known in Greek as Boubastis (Βούβαστις) and translated into Hebrew as Pî-beset. In the biblical Book of Ezekiel 30:17, the town appears in the Hebrew form Pibeseth

Bastet - Bast was a local deity whose cult was centred in the city of Bubastis, now Tell Basta, which lay in the Delta near what is known as Zagazig today. The town, known in Egyptian as pr-bȝstt (also transliterated as Per-Bast), carries her name, literally meaning "House of Bast". It was known in Greek as Boubastis (Βούβαστις) and translated into Hebrew as Pî-beset. In the biblical Book of Ezekiel 30:17, the town appears in the Hebrew form Pibeseth

EGYPTIAN BRONZE CAT, THE EMBODIMENT OF THE GODDESS BASTET, Patroness of joy and of women, seated in the traditional attitude. with alert ears and ancient gold earrings. Very fine style. XXVIth Dynasty, 664-525 BC H. 11 in. (27.9 cm.)

EGYPTIAN BRONZE CAT, THE EMBODIMENT OF THE GODDESS BASTET, Patroness of joy and of women, seated in the traditional attitude. with alert ears and ancient gold earrings. Very fine style. XXVIth Dynasty, 664-525 BC H. 11 in. (27.9 cm.)

Carved terracotta seated cat statue, the domestic pet and symbol of Bastet (Bast) and Ra wearing an incised collar on the neck, an earring on each ear, a beetle on the chest and a standing female figure. Egyptian hieroglyphics around the base. Traces of red. Ptolemaic.  305-30 BC (7 1/2" x 3 3/4").

Carved terracotta seated cat statue, the domestic pet and symbol of Bastet (Bast) and Ra wearing an incised collar on the neck, an earring on each ear, a beetle on the chest and a standing female figure. Egyptian hieroglyphics around the base. Traces of red. Ptolemaic. 305-30 BC (7 1/2" x 3 3/4").

Los antiguos egipcios destacaron por tener numerosos animales de compañía y por el particular afecto que sentían por ellos. El célebre historiador griego Heródoto de Halicarnaso, que visitó Egipto …

Los animales de compañía en el antiguo Egipto

Los antiguos egipcios destacaron por tener numerosos animales de compañía y por el particular afecto que sentían por ellos. El célebre historiador griego Heródoto de Halicarnaso, que visitó Egipto …

Bronze Figure of Bastet holding a sistrum  900 BC - 600 BC Late Period ~ Bastet transformed from a fierce wildcat of a war goddess to a domesticated cat goddess, that protected the Egyptian household.

Bronze Figure of Bastet holding a sistrum 900 BC - 600 BC Late Period ~ Bastet transformed from a fierce wildcat of a war goddess to a domesticated cat goddess, that protected the Egyptian household.

gorgeous wrapping on Egyptian cat mummies.

gorgeous wrapping on Egyptian cat mummies.

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Shown here in her form of a woman rather than a Lion or domestic cat, the Ancient Egyptian goddess Bastet is portrayed as the epitome of the feminine divine. Cold cast resin 11"x 3"'

Bastet Feminine Divine 11"

Shown here in her form of a woman rather than a Lion or domestic cat, the Ancient Egyptian goddess Bastet is portrayed as the epitome of the feminine divine. Cold cast resin 11"x 3"'

Asian Porcelain Cat Drawing by Jennifer Coutts

Asian Porcelain Cat Drawing by Jennifer Coutts

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