Anatolian Idol in the Form of a Stylized Female Figure 3500 BC, 3500 BC - 2500 BC Anatolian | Silver | Idols |

Anatolian Idol in the Form of a Stylized Female Figure 3500 BC, 3500 BC - 2500 BC Anatolian

Eye Goddess. Many hundreds of small figures like these were found at the Syrian “Eye Temple” of Tell Brak, which date from about 3650-3550 BC. This temple was dedicated to the worship of the Goddess Ishtar (Inanna). They are all unique and yet the same. This Eye Goddess was made in albast.

Many hundreds of small figures like these were found at the Syrian…

First, I want to thank for such a great and important post! These remarkable statues with over-seized eyes raise some very intriguing questions? Why have no similar eye idols been found in any othe…

Unique Mysterious Figurines With Enormous Eyes (Eye Idols of Tell Brak)

First, I want to thank for such a great and important post! These remarkable statues with over-seized eyes raise some very intriguing questions? Why have no similar eye idols been found in any othe…

syrian protohistoric limestone eye idol of plank idol type but with a ...

syrian protohistoric limestone eye idol of plank idol type but with a .

Eye idol

This type of figurine known as an eye idol, made of stone and having incised eyes, has been excavated at Tell Brak, where thousands were found in a building now called the Eye Temple.

Alabaster “Eye Idols” from the ancient site of Tell Brak, north Mesopotamia

Ancient Worlds - BBC Two Episode 1 “Come Together” Alabaster “Eye Idols” from the ancient site of Tell Brak, north Mesopotamia. Tell Brak was clearly one of the most important cities in the region.

Tel Brak Eye Idols - Yahoo Image Search Results

Tel Brak Eye Idols - Yahoo Image Search Results

Tel Brak Eye Idols - Yahoo Image Search Results

Tel Brak Eye Idols - Yahoo Image Search Results

Tel Brak Eye Idols - Yahoo Image Search Results

Tel Brak Eye Idols - Yahoo Image Search Results

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Tel Brak Eye Idols - Yahoo Image Search Results

richard-miles-archaeologist: “Ancient Worlds - BBC Two Episode 1 “Come Together” Alabaster “Eye Idols” from the ancient site of Tell Brak, north Mesopotamia. Tell Brak was clearly one of the most.

77. Siria (SYR) Tell Brak, VI-III Mill. a.C.

77. Siria (SYR) Tell Brak, VI-III Mill. a.C.

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