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The main source of information about the Bastet cult comes from Herodotus who visited Bubastis around BCE after the changes in the religious sect. The Journal of Egyptological Studies. The goddess was sometimes depicted holding a ceremonial sistrum in one hand and an aegis in the other—the aegis usually resembling a collar or gorget embellished with a lioness head.
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The path became strewn with mummy cloth and bits of cats' skulls and bones and fur in horrid positions, and the wind blew the fragments about and carried the stink afar.
Cats in ancient Egypt
Bastet is an Egyptian goddess with the head of a cat. She was the goddess of perfume and ointment, which were very important for making mummies. She was . the Egyptian goddess of the home, domesticity, women's secrets, cats, with the head of a lioness and closely associated with the goddess. A list of awesome Egyptian Cat Names for your female or male cat. Once Egyptians domesticated cats the images of these gods also changed into cats. Pharaoh; Nomti – strong; Ra – sun; Ramesses; Seti; Sphinx – lion with a human head.
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In , Betsy Bryan, an archaeologist with Johns Hopkins University excavating at the temple of Mut presented her findings about the festival that included illustrations of the priestesses being served to excess and its adverse effects being ministered to by temple attendants. Herodotus also relates that of the many solemn festivals held in Egypt, the most important and most popular one was that celebrated in Bubastis in honor of the goddess.
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Archived from the original on November 13, During the Greek dominance in Egypt, note was made of a temple for Maahes that was an auxiliary facility to a large temple to Sekhmet at Taremu in the delta region likely a temple for Bast originally , a city which the Greeks called Leontopolis, where by that time, an enclosure was provided to house lions. The cat in ancient Egypt, illustrated from the collection of cat and other Egyptian figures formed. Image from a ritual Menat necklace, depicting a ritual being performed before a statue of Sekhmet on her throne, she also is flanked by the goddess Wadjet as the cobra and the goddess Nekhbet as the white vulture , symbols of lower and upper Egypt respectively who always were depicted on the crown of Egypt and referred to as the two ladies , and the supplicant holds a complete menat and a sistrum for the ritual, circa B. At the time, she was depicted with a lion Panthera leo head. Extensive burials of cat remains were found not only at Bubastis, but also at Beni Hasan and Saqqara.
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Sekhmet's name is thus translated as "the one who is powerful or mighty". Commons category link is on Wikidata. These findings were made in the temple of Mut because when Thebes rose to greater prominence, Mut absorbed some characteristics of Sekhmet.