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Statute of goddess Bastet

Statute of goddess Bastet

Tomb of Meketre, western Thebes  Wooden statue of a servant carrying a fowl and balancing a basket on her head. She is finely carved and painted and is one of the finest examples of this type.

Tomb of Meketre, western Thebes Wooden statue of a servant carrying a fowl and balancing a basket on her head. She is finely carved and painted and is one of the finest examples of this type.

La déesse Bastet - Egypte - Bronze

La déesse Bastet - Egypte - Bronze

Bastet, Late Period, 26th Dynasty, 664-332 BC,Bastet, who was worshipped in Egypt from the 2nd Dynasty onward, was one of the many lioness-goddesses in the Egyptian pantheon. The best known of such goddesses was Sekhmet, who was a daughter of the sun god, Eye of Re, and protectress of the god—but a dangerous and uncontrollable deity.

Bastet, Late Period, 26th Dynasty, 664-332 BC,Bastet, who was worshipped in Egypt from the 2nd Dynasty onward, was one of the many lioness-goddesses in the Egyptian pantheon. The best known of such goddesses was Sekhmet, who was a daughter of the sun god, Eye of Re, and protectress of the god—but a dangerous and uncontrollable deity.

Egyptian Bronze Seated Cat Goddess Bastet. Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty XXII, circa 900-800 BC.  Hieroglyphic inscription around integral base: “May Bastet the great, Lady of Bubastis, give life to the god’s father, priest of Bastet Hor-Khebit, son of Pen wa-wer..” This and other important ancient art on CuratorsEye.com

Egyptian Bronze Seated Cat Goddess Bastet. Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty XXII, circa 900-800 BC. Hieroglyphic inscription around integral base: “May Bastet the great, Lady of Bubastis, give life to the god’s father, priest of Bastet Hor-Khebit, son of Pen wa-wer..” This and other important ancient art on CuratorsEye.com

bastet w/ scarab

bastet w/ scarab

Cat-goddess Bastet - Bronze, Egypt, c. 600 B.C.

Cat-goddess Bastet - Bronze, Egypt, c. 600 B.C.

Anubis

Bastet -info y representaciones de la diosa-

Anubis

Head of a cat Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: 664–30 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt Medium: Copper Alloy

Head of a cat Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: 664–30 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt Medium: Copper Alloy

The goddess Bastet,Goddess of cats, protection, joy, dance, music, and love.Bastet was one of the daughters of the sun god, Ra. A great temple was built in her honour at Bubastis in the Delta. The original statue was shown in British museum made of bronze with 27cm high, bastet in this statue shaking a sistrum and holding an aegis, with kittens at her feet.For more stories please visit us at:www.windandwave-eg.com and contact us at:info@windandwave-eg.com

The goddess Bastet,Goddess of cats, protection, joy, dance, music, and love.Bastet was one of the daughters of the sun god, Ra. A great temple was built in her honour at Bubastis in the Delta. The original statue was shown in British museum made of bronze with 27cm high, bastet in this statue shaking a sistrum and holding an aegis, with kittens at her feet.For more stories please visit us at:www.windandwave-eg.com and contact us at:info@windandwave-eg.com

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