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Couples particularly like the location — they rated it 8.6 for a two-person trip.This property is also rated for the best value in Inverurie!Priests of the bull cults identified a sacred bull by its very specific markings (described below).Once the bull was proclaimed to be a god incarnate, it was taken to the temple compound where it was purified, stabled in majestic quarters, fed the best foods, and given a herd of the finest cows.

Animal statuettes as well as amulets and slate palettes shaped like animals have been found in the graves of many ancient Egyptians.

The Apis bull cult is probably the best known of the three most prominent and divine bull cults, and it is considered to be the most sacred.

Herodotus wrote that the Apis was the "calf of a cow which is never afterwards able to have another.

Although there is no clear-cut reason for the deification of animals, it has been surmised that some animals may have achieved their godly status because they helped humans, whereas the more dangerous and feared animals, such as jackals, may have been worshipped as a way to appease them.

In any case, it is believed that deities needed to be given a recognizable form so that the divine force would not seem so abstract to the masses.

Animal statuettes as well as amulets and slate palettes shaped like animals have been found in the graves of many ancient Egyptians.

The Apis bull cult is probably the best known of the three most prominent and divine bull cults, and it is considered to be the most sacred.

Herodotus wrote that the Apis was the "calf of a cow which is never afterwards able to have another.

Although there is no clear-cut reason for the deification of animals, it has been surmised that some animals may have achieved their godly status because they helped humans, whereas the more dangerous and feared animals, such as jackals, may have been worshipped as a way to appease them.

In any case, it is believed that deities needed to be given a recognizable form so that the divine force would not seem so abstract to the masses.

The place was very clean and well-managed, and suited us well for a two-night stay as we looked at ancient stone circles and Pictish stones in the area. Less than 1 hour from the Cairngorms National Park, this north east Scotland inn has free Wi-Fi and parking.