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"The Egyptian Cat Conundrum" -- Geoffrey Tristram's charming new series of mysterious cats contains puzzles within puzzles. His work is well-known throughout the UK, where it has appeared on postage stamps, record sleeves, advertisements, and as still life images and fine portraiture. He is known for his love of detail. More of his work at link, and enlargement at http://www.ebay.com/itm/Egypt-Egyptian-Cat-Print-LARGE-Canvas-Picture-Poster-Painting-NEW-Geoff-Tristram-/190819192482
Mummy of a cat Cats were kept to protect food stores from rats, mice and snakes, and were kept as pets. They are shown in paintings beneath their owners' chairs, or on their laps. Egyptian cats resembled modern tabby cats. The Egyptian name for cat is 'miw'. Cats also had a symbolic or religious meaning, as represented by the goddess Bastet, and in later periods of Egyptian history cat mummies were used as offerings to the gods.
Royal Egyptian Cat - Cats in ancient Egypt were revered highly, partly due to their ability to combat vermin such as mice, rats - which threatened key food supplies -, and snakes, especially cobras. Cats of royalty were, in some instances, known to be dressed in golden jewelry and were allowed to eat from their owners' plates.
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