Bastet Egyptian Goddess holding Sistrum with Little Kittens Sculpture 8.5HPN# E-333GP
Bastet is the Egyptian Feline goddess, daughter of the sun god Ra. Cats were sacred to the solar deity. They guarded the temples from snakes. As a sun goddess, Bastet was the goddess of plenty and the mistress of pleasure. She holds a sistrum and an aegis. Small kittens stand before her. (PN E-333GP)
- This Egyptian reproduction statue of Bastet Holding Sistrum and Aegis with Kittens is made from resin with hand painted gold and color details and a black base.
- Measures: 8.5 in H x 3 in W. Weighs 2 lbs.
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