Egyptian Cat Goddess Bast Bastet Statue Colored Necklace Bronze Resin #1116

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Cat Goddess Bastet Statue - Bronze Tone Bast with Scarab and Eye of Horus Necklace Home Decor Figurine

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Cat Goddess Bastet Statue - Bronze Tone Bast with Scarab and Eye of Horus Necklace Home Decor Figurine

Egyptian Goddess Bast Bastet Cat Statue Leaning on Candle Pillar WU76698A4 | eBay

Egyptian Statue Goddess Bast Bastet Cat Leaning on Candle Pillar #WU76698A4

So cats became animals sacred to the solar deity. Egyptian Bast Bastet Cat Goddess Cat Leaning on Candle Pillar Statue. This beautiful depiction of the cat headed Egyptian Goddess Bast is something to see.

Egyptian Bast Bastet Cat Goddess Statue

Egyptian Goddess Bast Bastet Cat Statue Leaning on Candle Pillar

In ancient Egypt, cats were respected and regarded as sacred. As pets, they fascinated the Egyptians. Initially, they were used to ward off snakes and slowly they began to be worshipped as deities. Whoever killed a cat was condemned to death in the country. A household would go into mourning when a cat died. Daughters were often named after cats.

The ancient Egyptians were the first civilisation to realise the cat's potential as a vermin hunter and tamed cats to protect the corn supplies on which their lives depended.

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

Bast in Cat Form    The powerful protector goddess of lower Egypt, Bast 's, or Bastet's, very name means "the devourer," indicating the ferocity for which she was known in defending her own. Standing 5 3/4" tall and 3 3/4" deep, it is the image of a cat sitting on her haunches and decorated in the jewels of Egyptian royalty.  $13.95  http://www.scadaris.com/Statues-Fantasy-Art-Fairies/Bast-in-Cat-Form.html

Legbas Crossroads Small Bast (Bastet) Cat Statue - Small resin statue of Bast (Bastet) in traditional cat form. Black with Udjat (sacred eye of Horus) and scarab necklace design.

Egyptian Bast Bastet Cat Goddess Statue

So cats became animals sacred to the solar deity. Egyptian Bast Bastet Cat Goddess Cat Leaning on Candle Pillar Statue. This beautiful depiction of the cat headed Egyptian Goddess Bast is something to see.

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This is an Egyptian cat god named Bastet. She remains in of the most popular goddesses of Egyptian history and remain one of the most popular animals in egypt.

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