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Nekhbet: Tutelary Egyptian Goddess of Upper Egypt and protector of the Nisu.

The Egyptian goddess Nekhbet is often portrayed as an Egyptian white vulture: she is the goddess of childbirth and feminine energies.

Arachne - Picture Picture: CMS-VS1B-332-1_166017.jpg

Arachne - Picture Picture: CMS-VS1B-332-1_166017.jpg

Arachne - Picture Picture: CMS-VS1B-114-1_165792.jpg

Arachne - Picture Picture: CMS-VS1B-114-1_165792.jpg

Anatolian Neolithic gold idol, stylized human form made from sheet gold with punched decorative dots. Two holes in the center. Anatolia, ca. 3500-3300 BC

Anatolian Neolithic gold idol, stylized human form made from sheet gold with punched decorative dots. Two holes in the center. Anatolia, ca.

The Sun God Tablet Limestone Found Sippar, Iraq c. 860-850 BC Babylonian

The Sun God Tablet Limestone Found Sippar, Iraq c. BC Babylonian Limestone tablet: the scene sculptured in relief at the head of the tablet represents Nabu-aplu-iddina being led by the priest.

The Earliest Printing was Stamped into Soft Clay in Mesopotamia (Circa 2,291 BCE – 2,254 BCE)

The Earliest Printing was Stamped into Soft Clay in Mesopotamia (Circa BCE – BCE). The earliest printing was the stamping of inscriptions into the soft clay of bricks before firing, done under the rule of the Sumerian king Naram-Sîn of Akkad

early sumerian pictographic tablet 3100 BCE Clay Tablet  Carved using a wedged stylus Sumeria

early sumerian pictographic tablet 3100 BCE Clay Tablet Carved using a wedged stylus Sumeria T-Sumerian Pictographic Tablet A-Prehistoric people or scribes BCE M-Clay T-Engraving U-Record Keeping

Wooden pyxis with appliqué ivory dogs from Grave 5 in Grave Circle A at Mycenae.

Wooden pyxis (box, often with a lid) with appliqué ivory dogs from Grave 5 in Grave Circle A at Mycenae