Faience cat amulet
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A faience amulet of a cat with damaged legs and ears. Cats were sacred to the goddess Bastet whose cult Centre was 'Per Bastet' (House of Bastet) in the eastern Delta. It was called Bubastis by the Greeks and is known as Tell Basta today.
- Last modified: 02 Nov 2020