Bastit, the idol of grace and farewell to the ancient Egyptians

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Seller: sabeg11 (5) 100%, Location: luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 183599799670 Bastet - Bast is one of the ancient gods of Egypt. She was worshiped in the form of the depositary cat, and was incorporated with the goddess Sakhmat in the modern state, where she is represented as a predatory lioness. When he gets angry with Bastit, he becomes a scumbag, avenging enemies and a bad creature. Popastis (Tel Basta) was the center of her worship. The cat symbolizes the goddess Bastet, the daughter of the goddess Ra, who was portrayed by the drawings as a woman with a cat's head. Bastit is therefore considered the idol of tenderness and gentleness; it has been closely associated with women. The old Egyptian hunted the cat for his observation that she was picking up mice that entered the grain silos to eat and spoil them. The ancient Egyptian also raised them at home. At the time of her death, he would embellish her as his death matures. In Egypt, one of the large tombs containing about one million stuffed cats, was found in a very precise and tight line. They show great respect for them. Condition: Very rare piece, Material: bronze, Provenance: Valley of the Queens west of Luxor

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