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The cat in ancient Egypt

by Jaromír Málek | 01 December 2016
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Category: Archaeology
Cats in Egypt were probably domesticated by around 4000 BC from wild ancestors. Over the following centuries, they became popular household pets and are regularly shown in tomb paintings of family life. This volume draws on artistic and written sources to show how they became widely-esteemed and revered animals in Egypt.
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Cats in Egypt were probably domesticated by around 4000 BC from wild ancestors. Over the following centuries, they became popular household pets and are regularly shown in tomb paintings of family life. This volume draws on artistic and written sources to show how they became widely-esteemed and revered animals in Egypt.
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Cats in Egypt were probably domesticated by around 4000 BC from wild ancestors. Over the following centuries, they became popular household pets and are regularly shown in tomb paintings of family life. This volume draws on artistic and written sources to show how they became widely-esteemed and revered animals in Egypt.

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The cat in ancient Egypt

ISBN9780714119700

FormatPAPERBACK

PublisherTHE BRITISH MUSEUM PRESS (01 December. 2016)

No. of Pages144

Weight499

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 245 x 188 x 12