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Amazing Photos of Cats Exploring Ancient Egypt

Cats were represented in the cultural, social, and religious practices (including burials) of ancient Egypt for more than 3,000 years. Cats gradually became symbols of divinity and protection, therefore coming to prominence in ancient Egyptian art and reflecting the animals’ unique status among people who dwelt along the Nile River. According to Julia Troche, an …

Charles K. Wilkinson. Cat Killing a Serpent, Tomb of Sennedjem, ca. 1295–1213 B.C. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1930 (30.4.1) #cats

This facsimile painting copies a scene in the tomb of Sennedjem (TT 1) at Deir el-Medina in western Thebes. The cat killing the serpent is associated with Chapter 17 in the Book of the Dead.

Servants feeding cats in an ancient Egyptian temple (gouache on paper) Angus McBride (British, 1931-2007)

Feeding Cats in an Ancient Egyptian temple Servants feeding cats in an ancient Egyptian temple, (gouache on paper). Illustration by Angus McBride (British, 1931-2007).

The Sacred Cats of Ancient Egypt

The sacred cats in Ancient Egypt took many forms, from domestic statuettes to depictions of many deities who took different feline forms.

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Over two thousand years ago, Ancient Egypt was the home of legendary Warrior-Kitty, Apollo. Serving as the loyal protector of the spirit world and as a companion to his royal human family, Apollo lived the life of a gilded champion. But when a great war breaks out between Upper and Lower Egypt, Apollo is accidentally transported to modern-day Chicago.