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Explaining Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s War On Anthropology (And Why Anthropologists May Win)

Explaining Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s War On Anthropology (And Why Anthropologists May Win)

The Key Marco cat, artifact Catalogue No. Department of Anthropology, NMNH, Smithsonian Institution.

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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.

Cybèle assise sur un trône. 3e millénaire av J.-C., période hellénistique (323-31 av J.-C.) (Grèce). Paris, musée du Louvre

Anatolian goddess Kybele is depicted on a throne flanked by lions ( Pergamon, Turkey) or with lions (left, in her lap, found at Baalbek, Lebanon).

AN EGYPTIAN BRONZE SEKHMET LATE PERIOD, DYNASTY XXVI, CIRCA 664-525 B.C. The lion-headed goddess seated, wearing a close-fitting ankle-length garment, her left hand held to her breast, her right arm resting on her thigh, wearing a striated tripartite wig and collar 6¾ in. (17.2 cm.) high

AN EGYPTIAN BRONZE SEKHMET LATE PERIOD, DYNASTY XXVI, CIRCA 664-525 B.C. The lion-headed goddess seated, wearing a close-fitting ankle-length garment, her left hand held to her breast, her right arm resting on her thigh, wearing a striated tripartite wig and collar 6¾ in. (17.2 cm.) high

EGYPTIAN BRONZE FIGURE OF SEKMET, 1st millennium BC. The lion headed goddess seated with left leg up wearing crown and pharonic headdress, large mounting tenon below.

EGYPTIAN BRONZE FIGURE OF SEKMET, 1st millennium BC. The lion headed goddess seated with left leg up wearing crown and pharonic headdress, large mounting tenon below.

Purchase Will Bullas - Lounge Lizard at Gallery One

Will Bullas - Lounge Lizard

Will Bullas - Lounge Lizard - Search Gallery One for Bullas limited edition prints, giclee canvases and original paintings by internationally-known artists

Vodka and tonic under a microscope. Now wonder I feel so happy when I drink them...

Alcohol Is Microscopically Beautiful

Beautiful and drinkable! Microscopic Image of a vodka & tonic. This website has many other close up images of alcoholic drinks photographed by Lester Hutt.

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Bastet

Bastet, here shown as a cat-headed goddess, was a powerful protective figure who also was known for her fertility. She could be represented with a lion head as well, but as a cat-headed goddess her peaceful traits were emphasized

Magna Mater aka Cybele

The goddess Cybele in a chariot drawn by lions. This is a large bronze fountain sculpture group and waterspouts originally projected from the lions' mouths. Second half of the century BC. New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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