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All’alba dei tempi, l’uomo pregava con le braccia aperte, e le mani levate al cielo: come un fiore che non desidera altro che ricevere in sè...

All’alba dei tempi, l’uomo pregava con le braccia aperte, e le mani levate al cielo: come un fiore che non desidera altro che ricevere in sè...

Göbekli Tepe

Göbekli Tepe

Limestone stela with a dedication to Baal  From Carthage, north Africa (modern Tunisia) 2nd-1st century BC  Dedicated by Gaius Julius Arish, son of Adon-Baal  This stela comes from a religious precinct known as the tophet at Carthage. In this enclosure such grave markers were set up over burial urns containing the cremated bodies of babies, small children and animals, which had been sacrificed to the goddess Tanit and her consort Baal Hammon.

Limestone stela with a dedication to Baal From Carthage, north Africa (modern Tunisia) 2nd-1st century BC Dedicated by Gaius Julius Arish, son of Adon-Baal This stela comes from a religious precinct known as the tophet at Carthage. In this enclosure such grave markers were set up over burial urns containing the cremated bodies of babies, small children and animals, which had been sacrificed to the goddess Tanit and her consort Baal Hammon.

tanit child sacrifice - Cerca con Google

tanit child sacrifice - Cerca con Google

Tanit on a stele with wands and celestial symbols

Tanit on a stele with wands and celestial symbols

Phoenician funeral stele - Moon-Goddess Tanit with sun & moon | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Phoenician funeral stele - Moon-Goddess Tanit with sun & moon | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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Représentation d'un éléphant sur une stèle - IIIème siècle avant JC - Musée de Carthage (Tunisie)

Représentation d'un éléphant sur une stèle - IIIème siècle avant JC - Musée de Carthage (Tunisie)

Akkad: Sandstone Victory Stele (78") of Naram Sin (Sargon's grandson) king of Akkad, shows him protected by the luminaries of heaven & about to dispatch the last of his enemies, ca 2250 BC. Brought from Sippar to Susa in the 12th c. BC. Restored in 1992 AD. Louvre

Akkad: Sandstone Victory Stele (78") of Naram Sin (Sargon's grandson) king of Akkad, shows him protected by the luminaries of heaven & about to dispatch the last of his enemies, ca 2250 BC. Brought from Sippar to Susa in the 12th c. BC. Restored in 1992 AD. Louvre

The sun-god Shamash holding a ring of coiled rope and a rod

The sun-god Shamash holding a ring of coiled rope and a rod

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