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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.

Ancient Egypt. Bast was a lioness goddess of the sun throughout most of Ancient Egyptian history, but later she was changed into the cat goddess- Bastet. She also was changed to a goddess of the moon by Greeks occupying Ancient Egypt toward the end of its civilization.

Bast was a lioness goddess of the sun throughout most of Ancient Egyptian history, but later she was changed into the cat goddess- Bastet. She also was changed to a goddess of the moon by Greeks occupying Ancient Egypt toward the end of its

Mafdet - Deusa associada à justiça e ao poder real. O seu nome significa provavelmente "a corredora".

Bastet was a goddess in ancient Egypt, worshipped as early as the Second Dynasty…

Lady Bast, Lady of the East, Light bearer, Devouring Lady, Goddess of the Birth Chamber.

Lady Bast, Lady of the East, Light bearer, Devouring Lady, Goddess of the Birth Chamber.

Egyptian Cat Bastet - is the name commonly used by scholars today to refer to a feline goddess of ancient Egyptian religion who was worshipped at least since the Second Dynasty. Her name is also spelled Bast, Baast, Ubasti and Baset

Egyptian Cat Bastet - is the name commonly used by scholars today to refer to a feline goddess of ancient Egyptian religion who was worshipped at least since the Second Dynasty. Her name is also spelled Bast, Baast, Ubasti and Baset

AN EGYPTIAN BRONZE CAT HEAD   LATE PERIOD, DYNASTY XXVI-XXX, CIRCA 6TH-4TH CENTURY B.C.   Hollow-cast, with alert expression, pierced upright ears, with space between for scarab, the eyes also recessed for inlay, now missing, and the short whiskers and ears with detailed markings  4 in. (10.2 cm.) high

An ancient Egyptian bronze head of a cat, symbol of the goddess Bast/Bastet. Bast is the goddess of antisapation.

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