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Cats: The Rise of the Cat

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Book Description
This tie-in with a BBC2 series in the autumn of 1991 tells the story of the domestic cat from its origins in Ancient Egypt to its fall from grace in medieval Europe and its rise again to become one of today's most popular pets. Roger Tabor visited the ancient tombs and temples of Egypt, exploring the early fertility cults of the cat goddess, Bastet, and made discoveries about the domestication of ... More
Book Information
PublisherBBC Books
BindingHardcover (10 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages192
Publication Date10/1995
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About Roger K. Tabor (Author) : Roger K. Tabor is a published author. Published credits of Roger K. Tabor include Cats: The Rise of the Cat.
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