Black Cat tattoo for those that need that extra bit of luck. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

20+ Minimalistic Cat Tattoos For Cat Lovers

Egypt: Land of Feline Royalty - Cats rule—it’s always been this way—even in ancient Egypt. This stylish regal print was inspired by Art Deco travel posters from the 1920s and 30s. Printed on gallery-grade paper, this elegant design will look great on your wall for years to come!

Egypt: Land of Feline Royalty - Cats rule—it’s always been this way—even in ancient Egypt. This stylish regal print was inspired by Art Deco travel posters from the and

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/)

Deuses egípcios: Ísis, Osíris, Bastet, Sobek, Seth, Apófis, Hórus

This is an Egyptian cat god named Bastet. She remains in of the most popular goddesses of Egyptian history and remain one of the most popular animals in egypt.

In Ancient Egypt, many animals were thought to be the embodiment of certain gods and goddesses; cats were believed to represent the goddess Bastet. Consequently, they were raised in and around temples devoted to Bastet. When they died, they were mummified and buried in huge cemeteries, often in large communal graves.

In Ancient Egypt, many animals were thought to be the embodiment of certain gods and goddesses; cats were believed to represent the Egyptian Goddess Bastet

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

Ancient Egypt is a lot like the internet. People wrote on walls and worshiped cats.

Women in Ancient Egypt - Crystalinks

Women in Ancient Egypt - Servant attending ladies with cones made of wax. That melted and then kept the ladies cool as it slowly dripped. These cones were made of animal fats, precious oils, and fragrances.

Egyptian Canopic Jar featuring Bastet - Bast - and Egyptian Art from 13 Moons!

Egyptian Canopic Jar featuring Bastet - Bast - and Egyptian Art from 13 Moons! Cats all over the world still conduct themselves as if they were still deities.

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 from the tomb-chapel of Nebamun, Thebes, Egypt, late dynasty, ca. Depicts a tawny cat catching birds among the papyrus stems. The cats could represent the Sun god hunting the enemies of light and order.

This series of 11 Informational Text Posters written in simple language will help your students learn basic facts about various topics of Ancient Egyptian history. Key vocabulary is highlighted in bold text, so students can identify the content words.    Topics include:    King Tut  Cleopatra  Egyptian Pyramids  The Great Sphinx  Hieroglyphics  Mummies  Sarcophagus  Camels  Ancient Egyptian Cats    I've also included a cover page and a scavenger hunt.

Ancient Egypt Informational Text Posters

Good posters for Ancient Egypt centres: Topics include: King Tut Cleopatra Egyptian Pyramids The Great Sphinx Hieroglyphics Mummies Sarcophagus Camels Ancient Egyptian Cats I've also included a cover page and a scavenger hunt.

Click to find out some surprising facts that you may not know about your kitty.

18 Surprising Cat Facts That'll Make You Say "Wow"

"Thousands of years ago, cats were worshipped as gods. Cats have never forgotten this."

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In Ancient Egypt, Cats were considered GODS! CATS have not forgotten this! Boy- isn't That the Truth?) lol, but I still ♥ my cats Tabby & Zeeber all the same!

Horus statue with cat at Temple of Edfu, Egypt. one of the oldest and most significant deities in ancient Egyptian religion, who was worshipped from at least the late Predynastic period through to Greco-Roman times

Horus statue with cat at Temple of Edfu, Egypt. one of the oldest and most significant deities in ancient Egyptian religion, who was worshipped from at least the late Predynastic period through to Greco-Roman times (Seen here with his pal Bastet)

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