This first page of the notepad depicts the goddess Bastet her kittens.

Pharaonic Notepad - 8 Illustrations (48 Pages) - 3.25" x 6"

  • $ 9.00

This notepad is illustrated with 8 elegant designs of Egyptian gods, goddesses and symbols by the talented Jeanne L. Rogers. The designs repeat throughout the 48 pages. All the designs are displayed on the back cardboard cover. This notepad is 3.25 inches wide by 6 inches tall. Expertly created by our artisans in Cairo, Egypt! 

In ancient Egyptian mythology, Anubis was the jackal-headed god of mummification and the afterlife, guiding souls to the realm of the dead. Horus, the falcon-headed god, symbolized kingship and protection, while Bastet, the lioness or cat-headed goddess, was associated with home, fertility, and domestic protection. Isis, the revered mother goddess, was known for her magical abilities and roles in fertility and motherhood. Thoth, depicted with the head of an ibis or baboon, was the god of wisdom, writing, and knowledge. These prominent deities held crucial roles in Egyptian religious beliefs and practices, shaping the cultural and spiritual landscape of the civilization.

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