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a cat with suspension loop 664 bc

a cat with suspension loop 664 bc

Deusa-Gato eípcia Bastet

Bastet-Bastet was the cat-goddess of Bubastis in the Eastern Delta. She was probably worshipped originally as a wild cat (Felis vercata maniculata), but her later manifestations were as the domestic cat that was introduced into Egypt around 2100 BC.

Figurine, cat - First Persian Period–Late Period, Dynasty 27–30, 525–332 B.C., Egypt - Wood - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY

Figurine, cat - First Persian Period–Late Period, Dynasty B., Egypt - Wood - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY

Mummy case for a cat 305 BC - AD 30 Ptolemaic (Source: The British Museum

ancientpeoples: “ Mummy case for a cat 305 BC - AD 30 Ptolemaic (Source: The British Museum) ”

Egyptian cat mummy, 332 BC (Louvre, Antiquités égyptiennes, France)

Egyptian cat mummy, 332 BC (Louvre, Antiquités égyptiennes, France) - although…

Egyptian cat mummy, ca. 50 BC, at the British Museum, by Mario Sanchez, Flickr.

Caturday Felid: A-Kat-Aten

Egyptian cat mummy, ca. 50 BC, at the British Museum, by Mario Sanchez

During my 18th visit of egypt I found this beautiful egyptian #cat ©Emmy DE http:// pinterest.com/emmydel/

During my 18th visit of egypt I found this beautiful egyptian #cat ©Emmy DE http:// pinterest.com/emmydel/

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