She was native to Bubastis in the Nile River delta but also had an important cult at Memphis. thousands of mummified cats. I have been doing busine... Столетиями люди приписывали кошкам магические способности и связывали с богами, ведьмами и колдовством. as a female with a cat’s head, although previously she had a lion’s head, as the fact that one goes from one side and the second from other side.

Her cult was carried to Italy by the Romans, and traces have been found in Rome, Ostia, Nemi, and Pompeii.

Your email address will not be published. Bastets name is written in hieroglyphs between the Eye of Horus and the. since the Second Dynasty (2890 BC).

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She was later worshipped as a Moon Goddess of protection, music, dance, family and cats. As Bast, she was the goddess of warfare in Lower Egypt, the Nile Delta, before the unification of the cultures of ancient Egypt.

In the Late and Ptolemaic periods large cemeteries of mummified cats were created at both sites, and thousands of bronze statuettes of the goddess were deposited as votive offerings.

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A powerful Egyptian goddess of cats, protection, joy, dance, music, and healing. Omissions? Selon certaines traditions, Bastet serait l’épouse d’Atoum et elle aurait enfanté le lion Miysis (Mihos en grec). It was from En revanche, sous les traits d’une déesse à tête de lionne, elle s’identifie alors à la redoutable déesse de la guerre, Sekhmet. The daughter of Re, the sun god, Bastet was an ancient deity whose ferocious nature was ameliorated after the domestication of the cat around 1500 bce. The historian Polyaenus (2nd …

Representation: During the New Kingdom Bastet was made a goddess of war and associated with the sun.

Elle est une déesse à double visage : sous sa forme de chatte ou de déesse à tête de chat, elle est la déesse bienveillante protectrice de l’humanité, également déesse musicienne de la joie et déesse de l’accouchement. La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 10 février 2020 à 10:45.

… which is the statue of Bastet, a stone and about three stadiums in length, It and shrines. Updates?

Provenance : Royaume-Uni. Bastet (de l'égyptien Bast) est la déesse égyptienne de la joie du foyer, de la chaleur du soleil, de la maternit é, et aussi la déesse protectrice des femmes enceintes et des enfants. the sanctuary has not moved, but remains in its unique place.

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Egyptian name: Bastet Greek name: Bastis Representation: Cat or female with the head of a cat or lioness Bastet: goddess of Bubastis (meaning “House of Bastet”), located in the Nile delta, was the centre place of worship to Bastet devotees. Encyclopaedia Britannica's editors oversee subject areas in which they have extensive knowledge, whether from years of experience gained by working on that content or via study for an advanced degree.... Egyptian cat statue representing the goddess Bastet. Bastet, also called Bast, ancient Egyptian goddess worshiped in the form of a lioness and later a cat.

She represented safety and friendship of houses In Egyptian mythology, Bastet (Bast) is the goddess of protection, cats, pregnancy, fertility, music, warfare and ointments. Small figures of cats were also worn as amulets; this too was probably related to the cult of Bastet. She was seen as both a gentle and caring mother and fierce hunter, protector of humans. Cliquez sur une vignette pour l’agrandir. aspects of dangerous goddesses like Sekhmet.

warrior appearance, she was a lioness with green skin and in this aspect was In her

to Sekhmet, “Lady of the West.”.