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Middle Bronze Age Figurine Terracotta Israel National Maritime Museum

Middle Bronze Age Figurine Terracotta Israel National Maritime Museum

Terracotta statuette of a nude woman  ca. 1450–1200 BCE, Cypriot

Terracotta statuette of a nude woman ca. 1450–1200 BCE, Cypriot

Nuragic bronze figurines National Archeological Museum, Cagliari

Nuragic bronze figurines National Archeological Museum, Cagliari

Canaanite fertility goddess sells for $242,500 | Ethnic Jewels Magazine  The Ancient Levant covered southwestern Syria, the west of Jordan, and modern-day Lebanon, Palestine, and Israel. Ancient Semitic religions were polytheistic and centered upon a cult of mother goddesses. The Canaanite fertility goddess in Syria-Palestine was Astarte, consort to Baal, the rain god.

Canaanite fertility goddess sells for $242,500 | Ethnic Jewels Magazine The Ancient Levant covered southwestern Syria, the west of Jordan, and modern-day Lebanon, Palestine, and Israel. Ancient Semitic religions were polytheistic and centered upon a cult of mother goddesses. The Canaanite fertility goddess in Syria-Palestine was Astarte, consort to Baal, the rain god.

Terracotta Figure of a seated goddess. Boeotia, Greece. c.580 BC. The polos headdress on the figure is associated with deities linked with the underworld like Demeter and Persephone, likewise the pomegranate necklace. Source: British Museum

Terracotta Figure of a seated goddess. Boeotia, Greece. c.580 BC. The polos headdress on the figure is associated with deities linked with the underworld like Demeter and Persephone, likewise the pomegranate necklace. Source: British Museum

ytellioglu: “ Spiral Goddess - c. 4000, Romania ”

ytellioglu: “ Spiral Goddess - c. 4000, Romania ”

Les vêtements on en porte tous les jours. Sauf quand on veut vraiment être original. Mais nous on n’aime pas trop l’originalité donc finalement on porte des vêtements comme tout le monde.

Top 15 des plus vieux objets du quotidien retrouvés, clairement la technique s’est perfectionnée

Les vêtements on en porte tous les jours. Sauf quand on veut vraiment être original. Mais nous on n’aime pas trop l’originalité donc finalement on porte des vêtements comme tout le monde.

Goddess Date: ca. 3500–3000 B.C. Culture: Pakistan (Quetta area) Medium: Terracotta

Goddess Date: ca. 3500–3000 B.C. Culture: Pakistan (Quetta area) Medium: Terracotta

#Lilith sur les pas du #féminin sacré et le retour avec #Neptune

#Lilith sur les pas du #féminin sacré et le retour avec #Neptune

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