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Goddess Bastet

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morphoses: “ In Ancient Egypt, many animals were thought to be the embodiment of certain gods and goddesses; cats were believed to represent the goddess Bastet. Consequently, they were raised in and around temples devoted to Bastet. When they died,. Egyptian Cats, Egyptian Mummies, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, Art History, European History, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Greece, American History

In Ancient Egypt, many animals were thought to be the embodiment of certain gods and goddesses; cats were believed to represent the goddess Bastet. Consequently, they were raised in and around temples devoted to Bastet. When they died, they were mummified and buried in huge cemeteries, often in large communal graves. From about 332 BC to 30 BC, animals began to be raised for the specific purpose of being turned into mummies. The mummies were sold to people on their way to worship a god…

A fine Egyptian bronze Bastet, Third Intermediate Period, BC. Egyptian Cats, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, Ancient Goddesses, Gods And Goddesses, Ancient Civilizations, Egyptians, Ancient Artifacts, Cat Art

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A Premier Gallery of Egyptian Art including fine Sarcophagi, Cartonnage, Shabtis, Scarabs, figures of Isis, Horus, Bes, and other Antiquities and Artifacts.

Bastet, the ancient Egyptian cat goddess, can be traced back as far as BC Cats In Ancient Egypt, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Egyptian Cat Goddess, Egyptian Cats, Cat Statue, Ancient Civilizations, Egyptians, Gods And Goddesses

Bastet Ancient Egyptian Cat Goddess

This is the entrance site to a shrine of Bast, which contains information and images of this Egyptian Cat Goddess

Gilded bronze of Bastet, Intermediate Period, Dynasty Osorkon II/Usermaatre-Setepenamun Dating: 874 BC. Cats In Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, Art History, Kemet Egypt, Egyptian Cats, Archaeological Discoveries, Egypt Art, Statues

Gilded bronze of Bastet,Period: Egypt, 3rd Intermediate Period, Dynasty 22, Osorkon II/Usermaatre-Setepenamun Dating: 874 BC–850 BC Origin: Egypt, Lower Egypt, Bubastis Material: Bronze

Statuette of a Standing Bastet · The Walters Art Museum · Works of Art Cats In Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, Art History, Objets Antiques, Statues, Egyptian Cats, Art Antique, Egyptian Goddess

Statuette of a Standing Bastet

Bastet, often represented with the head of a lion or a cat, was a goddess both of joy and pleasure and of warfare. Here, she holds a protective ritual instrument, an usekh-collar surmounted by a feline head with a sun-disk.

Egyptian Cat Statue of Bast Bastet A Goddess of Music Dance Joy Hunting Cats In Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egypt Civilization, Ancient Egyptian Deities, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Civilizations, Ancient History, Egyptian Cats, Egypt Art, Matou

Egyptian cat statue of Bast Bastet A Goddess of music dance joy hunting

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An Egyptian bronze figure of Bastet Late Period, circa B. Egyptian Cats, Egyptian Symbols, Ancient Egyptian Art, Latex Fashion, Steampunk Fashion, Gothic Fashion, Modern Egypt, Statues, Cat Statue

An Egyptian bronze figure of Bastet

An Egyptian bronze figure of Bastet Late Period, circa 664-332 B.C. The cat-headed goddess shown striding forward, wearing the broad collar and a long tight dress, holding a lion-headed aegis to her chest in her left hand, 6in (15cm) high,

Information on the Egyptian goddess Bast; Cats In Ancient Egypt, Egypt Cat, Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, European History, Ancient Greece, American History, Egyptian Cats, Cat Statue

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Other Names Bastet, Ubasti, Baset, Baast, Lady of Flame, Eye of Ra, Ailuros, Perfumed Protector, Pacht, Pasch Associations Deity: Artemis, Sekhmet Animal: Cats, Lions Symbol: Sistrum, Aegis

This depiction of a quiet, cold, early spring day portrays a cat crouching underneath an old plum tree. The soft spring sun is tempting to the cat but slee. Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, Bastet, Egyptian Cats, African History, Ancient Civilizations, Gods And Goddesses, Bronze, Art Google

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