|Forms of the Name of Bast
|Various forms of the name of ancient Egyptian solar and war goddess Bast or Bubastis.
|Bronze Figures of Bast
|Bronze figures of the ancient Egyptian mythical goddess Bast from the specimens in the British Museum. Bast or also known as Bubastis is represented with the head of a lioness or a cat. On her head she bears a disk, from which rises the uraeus or royal asp. Sometimes she is represented by holding a sistrum in her right hand and in her left the head of a lion surmounted by a disk and asp. For figures of her from later date she is also represented with a basket on her hand.
|Sexet and Menhi
|Sexet and Menhi, another forms of the ancient Egyptian goddess Bast.
|The ancient Egyptian mythical goddess Bast or also known as Bubastis, a member of the great triad of Memphis and the usual companion of the deity Ptah.