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EGYPTIAN ARTIFACT ANTIQUITIES Seated Cat Bastet Ubaste Bast 2290–2665 BCE

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Seller: ancient-egypt (193) 100%, Location: Luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 153094061444 ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUE SEATED CAT BASTET UBASTE BAST STATUE FIGURE SCULPTURE c. 2290–2665 BCE Bastet Is the Egyptian Goddess of the Home, Domesticity, Women's Secrets, Cats, Fertility, and Childbirth. She Protected the Home from Evil Spirits and Disease, Especially Diseases Associated with Women and Children. as with Many Egyptian Deities, She Also Played a Role in the Afterlife as a Guide and Helper to the Dead Although This Was Not One of Her Primary Duties. She Was the Daughter of the Sun God Ra and Is Associated with the Concept of the Eye of Ra (The All-Seeing Eye) and the Distant Goddess (A Female Deity Who Leaves Ra and Returns to Bring Transfromation (MEANING OF BASTET'S NAME)Her Name Was Originally B'sst Which Became Ubaste, Then Bast, Then Bastet; the Meaning of This Name Is Not Known Or, at Least, Not Universally Agreed Upon. Geraldine Pinch Claims That "Her Name Probably Means She of the Ointment Jar" as She Was Associated with Protection and Protective Ointments. the Greeks Associated Her Closely with Their Goddess Artemis and Believed That, as Artemis Had a Twin Brother (Apollo) So Should Bast. They Associated Apollo with Horus, the Son of Isis (Heru-Sa-Aset) and So Called the Goddess Known as Bast Ba'aset (Soul of Isis) Which Would Be the Literal Translation of Her Name with the Addition of the Second 'T' to Denote the Feminine (Aset Being Among the Egyptian Names for Isis).Bastet, However, Was Also Sometimes Linked with the God of Perfume and Sweet Smells, Nefertum, Who Was Thought to Be Her Son and This Further Links the Meaning of Her Name to the Ointment Jar. the Most Obvious Understanding Would Be That, Originally, the Name Meant Something Like She of the Ointment Jar (Ubaste) and the Greeks Changed the Meaning to Soul of Isis as They Associated Her with the Most Popular Goddess in Egypt. - Height: 9.44 Inch / 24 cm- Bottom Width: 5.90 x 2.75 Inch / 15 x 7 Cm- Weight: 1938 gm Provenance:(Object Is Accompanied with an Scanned Copy of Certificate of Ownership)The New Certificate Of Ownership Which Contain All the Object Information And Previous Owner Information And Your Name As A New Owner Of The Object Will Be Sent to Your Email After 1 weekI Herewith Declare That the Object Was Purchased by Me in Egypt / Luxor City 1979 as a Part of Large Collection and Has Been in My Collection Since Then.I Warrant That the Object Is in the Same Condition as I Bought It from the Previous Owner and That There Is No Any Alterations of Any Kind(This Illustrated Certificate of Ownership Contain)Name & Hand-Signature of the Current OwnerPrevious & Current Owner Addresses / Contact InformationObject NameObject ConditionObject DimensionsObject Country / City of Origin Condition: Certified Pre-Owned (CPO), Provenance: Ownership History Available, Material: Stone, Object Type: Ancient Egyptian Historical Artifacts

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