Bastet (also Bastit) is an Egyptian divinity belonging to the religion of ancient Egypt, venerated as early as the II dynasty (2890 BC). As Bast, she was originally the goddess of war in Lower Egypt, the Nile delta region, before the unification of the cultures of Egypt (i.e., up to about 3100 BC); over the centuries it was represented in the form of a cat, assuming mild and protective characteristics. His name can also be transliterated as Baast, Ubaste and Baset. In Greek mythology it was also known as Ailuros (from the Greek áilouros, cat). She was one of the most important and revered deities of Ancient Egypt, goddess of the home, cats, women, fertility and births.
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