12:2-9), who raided Judah, seizing its fortified cities and besieging Jerusalem in Rehoboam's fifth regnal year, circa 925, is--despite the obvious similarities in the names and the fact that both kings campaigned in the Levant--to be clearly distinguished from Hedjkheperre Sho-shenq I, the Libyan founder of the Egyptian Dynasty XXII, whose triumphal reliefs next to the Bubastite
Gate at Karnak describe his campaigns in Syria, Canaan, the Negev, and Trans-jordan.
These words of the cat-god Atum-Ra, taken from an Egyptian religious text of the 22nd Bubastite
Dynasty (945-715 B.C.), may be the origin of the modern notion that a cat has nine lives.