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The town, known in Egyptian as pr-bꜣstt (also transliterated as Per-Bastet), carries her name, literally meaning House of Bastet.It was known in Greek as Boubastis (Βούβαστις) and translated into Hebrew as Pî-beset, spelled without the initial t sound of the last syllable.
Goddess of cosmetics, cats, love, the home, healing, joy, motherhood, pleasure, ointments, childbirth, protection, the hearth, women, secrets, fertility, dance, festivals, song, the dawn, fire, pregnancy, sex, family, warfare "cat").
Bastet was originally a fierce lioness warrior goddess of the sun worshiped throughout most of ancient Egyptian history, but later she was changed into the cat goddess that is familiar today, becoming Bastet.
As protector of Lower Egypt, she was seen as defender of the king, and consequently of the sun god, Ra.
More than 300,000 mummified cats were discovered when Bastet's temple was excavated.
Turner and Bateson suggest that the status of the cat was roughly equivalent to that of the cow in modern India.