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Hititte, spouted pitcher, Kültepe (Tahsin Özgüç) (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Hititte, spouted pitcher, Kültepe (Tahsin Özgüç) (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Hittite, pitcher, Eskiyapar, Ankara,Museum of Anatolian Civilizations (A.Muhibbe Darga) (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Hittite, pitcher, Eskiyapar, Ankara,Museum of Anatolian Civilizations (A.

Distribution of votive types, Iran

Distribution of votive types, Iran

Stele with Tanit's symbol in Carthage's Tophet, including a crescent moon over the figure.

Tanit was a Punic and Phoenician goddess, the chief deity of Carthage alongside her consort Ba`al Hammon. She was also adopted by the Punic Berber people.

A Hittite Priest-King (or Deity), around 1600 BC. This large basalt sculpture, with bone eyes, is rare in depicting a Hittite priest-king wearing a horned conical crown, false beard, and long robe. He holds a bowl in his right hand and once held something in his left, perhaps a staff or sword.    It is now in Cleveland Museum of Art, University Circle, Cleveland, Ohio.

Basalt statue of Hittite Priest-King, BC. Rare depiction of Hittite priest-king wearing a horned conical crown, false beard, and long robe. He holds a bowl in his right hand and once held something in his left, perhaps a staff or sword.

Jiroft cup.Ancient civilization.

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Horned Master of Beasts, Jiroft, c 2500 BC

Aratta chlorite vase - Horned Master of Beasts, Jiroft, South Eastern Iran. c 2500 BC; West of Mohenjo-Daro where the Pashupati seal was found, 2600 BCE, with the same horn headdress.