Francesca Serri

Francesca Serri

Francesca Serri
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A religious standart of the Hitit, ceremonial symbol, Alacahöyük, Museum of Anatolian Civilization, Ankara Photograph:Erdinç Bakla

A religious standart of the Hitit, ceremonial symbol, Alacahöyük, Museum of Anatolian Civilization, Ankara Photograph:Erdinç Bakla

Ahura Mazda, supreme god in ancient Iranian religion, especially in the religious system of the Iranian prophet Zoroaster (7th century–6th century bc) #Persia #Mythology #Ormazd

Ahura Mazda, supreme god in ancient Iranian religion, especially in the religious system of the Iranian prophet Zoroaster (7th century–6th century bc) #Persia #Mythology #Ormazd

ca. 3,000 BCE Jiroft culture plaque with a half-man with raised hands and coils for a torso, the round impressions are characteristic. "Jiroft culture" has been postulated as an early Bronze Age culture, located in what is now Iran's Sistan and Kermān Provinces.  Co-existing between Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley civilizations.  Shahr-e Soukhteh, Sistan and Baluchistan Province, Iran

ca. 3,000 BCE Jiroft culture plaque with a half-man with raised hands and coils for a torso, the round impressions are characteristic. "Jiroft culture" has been postulated as an early Bronze Age culture, located in what is now Iran's Sistan and Kermān Provinces. Co-existing between Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley civilizations. Shahr-e Soukhteh, Sistan and Baluchistan Province, Iran

The Invention of Writing: Mesopotamian Clay Tablet with Cuneiform Alphabet from the Oriental Institute in Chicago

The Invention of Writing: Mesopotamian Clay Tablet with Cuneiform Alphabet from the Oriental Institute in Chicago

Amulets, Iran

Amulets, Iran

A close up of the goddesses left hand. Her hand clutches the rod and ring symbol of divinity. Traces of the original colour are seen. Also note the details of the bracelets and the creases in her palm. (Photo by Osama S. M Amin) -- Ancient History Encyclopedia

A close up of the goddesses left hand. Her hand clutches the rod and ring symbol of divinity. Traces of the original colour are seen. Also note the details of the bracelets and the creases in her palm. (Photo by Osama S. M Amin) -- Ancient History Encyclopedia

The sistrum was a musical instrument formed as a sticklike wooden or metal object, with a frame and small metal disks that rattled when the instrument was shaken by hand. It produced a soft jangling sound resembling a breeze blowing through papyrus reeds. The sistrum was called shesheset by the ancient Egyptians and was a favored instrument in many religious ceremonies and rites, especially those associated with Hathor, Bastet, Isis (above).The sistrum’s basic shape resembled the ankh, the

The sistrum was a musical instrument formed as a sticklike wooden or metal object, with a frame and small metal disks that rattled when the instrument was shaken by hand. It produced a soft jangling sound resembling a breeze blowing through papyrus reeds. The sistrum was called shesheset by the ancient Egyptians and was a favored instrument in many religious ceremonies and rites, especially those associated with Hathor, Bastet, Isis (above).The sistrum’s basic shape resembled the ankh, the

Standing figurine of the god Enlil. Nippur/Nuffar. Early Dynastic II-III, c. 2550 BC. Limestone, h. 27.5 cm. IM 66183.

Standing figurine of the god Enlil. Nippur/Nuffar. Early Dynastic II-III, c. 2550 BC. Limestone, h. 27.5 cm. IM 66183.

Mesopotamia – Sumer 2 « Cradle of Civilization

Mesopotamia – Sumer 2 « Cradle of Civilization