ancientpeoples: "Marfil figura femenina con el pelo en 9 de la moda egipcia - 8 º siglo aC fenicia (Fuente: El Museo Británico)"

ancientpeoples: "Marfil figura femenina con el pelo en 9 de la moda egipcia - 8 º siglo aC fenicia (Fuente: El Museo Británico)"

The SHEELA-na-GIG CONUNDRUM 17th century wooden statue of Kali menstruating.

The SHEELA-na-GIG CONUNDRUM 17th century wooden statue of Kali menstruating.

SCULPTURE-examples from Jericho mark the beginning of Monumental sculpture and individualized portraiture.  Seated Goddess, Catal Huyuk, c5900 BCE

SCULPTURE-examples from Jericho mark the beginning of Monumental sculpture and individualized portraiture. Seated Goddess, Catal Huyuk, c5900 BCE

Statuette of a woman - 'Bird deity'. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: Predynastic, before 3000 BC. Material Size: clay. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ British Museum, London . Location: 35.

Statuette of a woman - 'Bird deity'. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: Predynastic, before 3000 BC. Material Size: clay. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ British Museum, London . Location: 35.

Ostia Antica. House of Cupid and Psyche. 4th century AD. Statue of Cupid and Psyche. Italy.

Ostia Antica. House of Cupid and Psyche. 4th century AD. Statue of Cupid and Psyche. Italy.

Burney Relief owl and lion.,detail,1800 BC From Queen of the Night.or the Burney Relief .is a Mesopotamian terracott plaque of the Isin-Larsor,Old Babylonian period,depicting a winged nude goddess like figure with bird's talons,flanked by owls and perched upon supine lions. British Museum

Burney Relief owl and lion.,detail,1800 BC From Queen of the Night.or the Burney Relief .is a Mesopotamian terracott plaque of the Isin-Larsor,Old Babylonian period,depicting a winged nude goddess like figure with bird's talons,flanked by owls and perched upon supine lions. British Museum

From Sippar, southern Iraq, about 1800-1600 BC Huwawa (also called Humbaba in some texts) was a monster who appears in the Epic of Gilgamesh. He was guardian of the Cedar Forest (probably referring to the Lebanon in the late version of the tale) but was defeated by Gilgamesh and Enkidu.

From Sippar, southern Iraq, about 1800-1600 BC Huwawa (also called Humbaba in some texts) was a monster who appears in the Epic of Gilgamesh. He was guardian of the Cedar Forest (probably referring to the Lebanon in the late version of the tale) but was defeated by Gilgamesh and Enkidu.

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