Bastet is the ancient Egyptian cat goddess, and has the face of a cat as well.
She was the Egyptian goddess of cats.
Bastet was an ancient Egyptian god who helped women at childbirth.
Bastet was the Egyptian goddess of love.
Bastet was his daughter.
It was probably Bastet the Cat god
An Egyptian god of crafs who had Ra as a father and bastet as a mother
She is related to Thoth, the Ibis god
Bastet - "Devouring Lady" - Cat-goddess of the home.
Bastet had a twin sister Called Sekhmet who later on had a son called Maahes but she did not have any brothers
Ra (Re)'s child were Bastet.
The Goddess Bast/Bastet has the head of a cat, in Egyptian mythology.
Ancient Egypt has no timeline for the birth of Bast.
Bastet, the Cat Goddess. (the goddess who represented the healing power of the sun).in ancient Egypt Bastet was what represented the cat.
God- (greek) Eros Goddess- (greek) Aphrodite/Venus, (norse) Freya, Benzaiten (japanese), Bastet (egyptian)
Cats represented the Egyptian goddess Bastet and Freya's (from Norse mythology) chariot was pulled by them but i can't think of a god
Bastet the Egyptian goddess never died in myth.
Bastet is not well known for having a daughter in ancient Egyptian myth.
That would be Maahes, a god of war during the New Kingdom of Egypt. Also there were two goddesses with heads of lionesses: Sekmet and Bastet.
The Egyptian cat Goddess is Bastet and the predigree moggie is an Egyptian Mau.
Bastet was the Egyptian goddess of the sun (originally), the moon (after the Greeks), cats, women, and secrets.
Bastet was a cat goddess. She had the face of a cat, too.
The Egyptian cat goddess was Bastet.
Bastet is the name of the Egyptian cat goddess