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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").
A stone wall, carven with figures, runs round it; within is a grove of very tall trees growing round a great shrine, wherein is the image of the goddess; the temple is a square, each side measuring a furlong.
A road, paved with stone, of about three furlongs' length leads to the entrance, running eastward through the market place, towards the temple of Hermes; this road is about 400 feet wide, and bordered by trees reaching to heaven.
In Egyptian writing, the second t marks a feminine ending but usually was not pronounced, and the aleph ꜣ () may have moved to a position before the accented syllable, ꜣbst.
Names of ancient Egyptian deities often were represented as references to associations or with euphemisms, being cult secrets.
The town, known in Egyptian as pr-bꜣstt (also transliterated as Per-Bastet), carries her name, literally meaning House of Bastet.