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Ancient Goddess statues - starting with tallest and moving clockwise- Artemis of Ephesus, Nile River Goddess, Cucuteni Bird Goddess, Late Cucuteni Bird Goddess, Doorway Goddess, Nile River Goddess (pocket version), Venus of Malta, Venus of Willendorf , Bird-Headed Snake Goddess and Dreamer of Malta (in the centre of the circle)

Ancient Goddess statues - starting with tallest and moving clockwise- Artemis of Ephesus, Nile River Goddess, Cucuteni Bird Goddess, Late Cucuteni Bird Goddess, Doorway Goddess, Nile River Goddess (pocket version), Venus of Malta, Venus of Willendorf , Bird-Headed Snake Goddess and Dreamer of Malta (in the centre of the circle)

Mother goddess

Mother goddess

Paleolithic figurines[edit]

Paleolithic figurines[edit]

The Goddess Ariadne (keeper of the labyrinth) and Snakes from Minoan culture, Crete. Ariadne is goddess of fertility connected to Ishtar (Astarte)

The Goddess Ariadne (keeper of the labyrinth) and Snakes from Minoan culture, Crete. Ariadne is goddess of fertility connected to Ishtar (Astarte)

Neolithic Nathor-Nile River Goddess  4,000 BC  This Egyptian fertility bird Goddess appeared in early predynastic times as a funerary figure with a beaked face and wing-like arms and hands. Her form is a blend of bird, woman and deity. These painted terra cotta figures, less than a foot high and much alike, were found in graves in Mohamerian, near Edfu.

Neolithic Nathor-Nile River Goddess 4,000 BC This Egyptian fertility bird Goddess appeared in early predynastic times as a funerary figure with a beaked face and wing-like arms and hands. Her form is a blend of bird, woman and deity. These painted terra cotta figures, less than a foot high and much alike, were found in graves in Mohamerian, near Edfu.

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Minoan Snake Goddess  Faience  circa 1600 BCE  Heraklion Archaeological Museum  Crete

Minoan Snake Goddess Faience circa 1600 BCE Heraklion Archaeological Museum Crete

The term "Minoan" refers to the mythic King Minos, and was originally given as a description to the pottery of this period. Minos was associated in Greek myth with the labyrinth and the Minotaur, which Evans identified with the site at Knossos, the largest Minoan site.

The term "Minoan" refers to the mythic King Minos, and was originally given as a description to the pottery of this period. Minos was associated in Greek myth with the labyrinth and the Minotaur, which Evans identified with the site at Knossos, the largest Minoan site.

Aleister Nacht

Aleister Nacht

Lilith Goddess of the Underworld bronze statue small

Lilith Goddess of the Underworld bronze statue small