Statues of Bastet James Faed
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Statues of Bastet
View of a row of ancient Egyptian statues of Bastet, the cat- headed deity worshipped in Bubastis, Lower Egypt. The sculptures were collected by John Lee and displayed at Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire, England.
Plate 9 from the book Aedes Hartwellianae, or notices of the manor and mansion of Hartwell, by W.H. Smyth (London, 1851). Inscribed above right: ‘Plate 9’ Inscribed below: ‘COLOSSAL STATUES OF BUBASTIS AT HARTWELL. C.P.S. DELT. J. FAED, SCULPT.’
- Image reference: RS-20936
- The Royal Society
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