Cleveland Watkiss, 2010. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
Cleveland Watkiss, Cleveland Watkiss, Gateshead International Jazz Festival, 2010.
© Alan John Ainsworth
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Egyptian Bronze Cat, Sacred to the Goddess Bastet, Roman Period. c664BC-332 BC. Artist: Unknown
Egyptian Bronze Cat, Sacred to the Goddess Bastet, Roman Period. c664BC-332 BC. The Gayer-Anderson Cat is an Ancient Egyptian statue of a cat, which dates from the Late Period (around 664-332 BC). It is made of bronze, with gold ornaments. British Museum.
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