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
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 Printed on gallery-grade paper, this elegant design will look great on your
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 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.
Traditionally, historians tended to think that ancient Egypt was the site of cat domestication, owing to the clear depictions of house cats in Egyptian paintings about 3,600 years old. Today, many of these cats are learning how to surf the web, play Facebook games and what not, as these pictures prove.
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