Domestic cats in Egypt were considered guardians of family welfare. The cat was in every house whose owners could afford keeping such a VIP.

Domestic cats in Egypt were considered guardians of family welfare. The cat was in every house whose owners could afford keeping such a VIP.

Bastet Bronze Hieroglyic Statue YT-7184 by | Egyptian Statues | Ancient Egyptian Gods | Egyptian Decor

Bastet Bronze Hieroglyic Statue YT-7184 by | Egyptian Statues | Ancient Egyptian Gods | Egyptian Decor

BugArt Decoratives ~ Egyptian Cat. DECORATIVES Designed by Jane Crowther.

BugArt Decoratives ~ Egyptian Cat. DECORATIVES Designed by Jane Crowther.

Ra - Mau (Egyptian Cat) · A. Andrew Gonzalez Art Posters · Online Store Powered by Storenvy

Ra - Mau (Egyptian Cat) from A. Andrew Gonzalez Art Posters

Ra - Mau (Egyptian Cat) · A. Andrew Gonzalez Art Posters · Online Store Powered by Storenvy

Today, we will be creating amazing educational crafts in every single subject. From science projects to math crafts to fun reading activities, we will delve into every lesson with a mind to create something spectacular. Join us on our journey into 39 Creative Lesson Ideas and Educational Crafts for Kids!

56 Creative Lesson Ideas and Educational Crafts for School Kids

Today, we will be creating amazing educational crafts in every single subject. From science projects to math crafts to fun reading activities, we will delve into every lesson with a mind to create something spectacular. Join us on our journey into 39 Creative Lesson Ideas and Educational Crafts for Kids!

Faience Cat Ancient Egypt - 26th Dynasty  Vivid blue faience cat seated on a base and wearing a collar  Sacred animal to the sun god Ra and Bastet. The earliest Egyptian depiction of the cat took the form of three hieroglyph symbols, each representing seated cats. These formed part of the phrase ‘Lord of the City of Cats’ inscribed on a stone block from El-Lisht that may date as early as the reign of Pepy II, 2278-2184 BC. The Egyptian word for cat was the onomatopoeic term miw.

Faience Cat Ancient Egypt - 26th Dynasty Vivid blue faience cat seated on a base and wearing a collar Sacred animal to the sun god Ra and Bastet. The earliest Egyptian depiction of the cat took the form of three hieroglyph symbols, each representing seated cats. These formed part of the phrase ‘Lord of the City of Cats’ inscribed on a stone block from El-Lisht that may date as early as the reign of Pepy II, 2278-2184 BC. The Egyptian word for cat was the onomatopoeic term miw.

Egyptian cat hunting in the marshes The Tomb-chapel of Nebamun Thebes, Egypt. Late 18th Dynasty, around 1350 BC Salt Collection British Museum

Egyptian cat hunting in the marshes The Tomb-chapel of Nebamun Thebes, Egypt. Late 18th Dynasty, around 1350 BC Salt Collection British Museum

Feline Fun Fact: According to the Greek historian Herodotus, in ancient Egypt it was forbidden to kill a cat. If a cat died of natural causes the entire household were required to shave their eyebrows. (Bast statue) (Your Amazing Cat: ~JB http://pinterest.com/popeggs/)

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Feline Fun Fact: According to the Greek historian Herodotus, in ancient Egypt it was forbidden to kill a cat. If a cat died of natural causes the entire household were required to shave their eyebrows. (Bast statue) (Your Amazing Cat: ~JB http://pinterest.com/popeggs/)

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