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Ring (for Wedding) with  Cretan hieroglyphs  Mavrospilio Knossos  Museum of Heraklion  1600-1450 BC Probable interpretation : Big wedding  with my pair ,with big gifts and the wine barrel foul of wine .

Ring (for Wedding) with Cretan hieroglyphs Mavrospilio Knossos Museum of Heraklion BC Probable interpretation : Big wedding with my pair ,with big gifts and the wine barrel foul of wine .

Canaanite Images of sun, crescent moon on stele from Tophet. Carthage (now at the British Museum), probably between 400-200 BCE. The Goddess Tanit is represented by the triangle, and upright arms figure. Her original name had been Inanna (Via Akadian: Ishtar, to Astarte, to eventually Tanit).

Carthage: Images of sun, crescent moon on stele from Tophet. the British Museum BCE. The Goddess Tanit is represented by the triangle, and upright arms figure. Her original name had been Inanna: Via Akadian: Ishtar, to Astarte, to eventually Tanit

Ataegina or Ataecina was a popular goddess worshipped by the ancient Iberians, Lusitanians, and Celtiberians of the Iberian Peninsula. She is the goddess of the vital cycle, the death and the regeneration and the annual cyclical changes. His symbolic animal is the goat and its tree is the cypress.

Ataegina or Ataecina was a popular goddess worshipped by the ancient Iberians, Lusitanians, and Celtiberians of the Iberian Peninsula. She is the goddess of the vital cycle, the death and the regeneration and the annual cyclical changes. His symbolic animal is the goat and its tree is the cypress.

Agate seal with a man leading a bull  Minoan, about 1500-1300 BC  From Crete    Minoan craftsmen were particularly skilled at the art of seal engraving. Though small, Minoan seal stones often show scenes that are both beautifully carved and an insight into this ancient culture.

Minoan, about BC From Crete Minoan craftsmen were particularly skilled at the art of seal engraving. Though small, Minoan seal stones often show scenes that are both beautifully carved and an insight into this ancient culture.

A Neo-Assyrian Agate Cylinder Seal, ca.1049–609 B.C.

a Neo-Assyrian bi-colored agate cylinder seal depicting a hunting scene typical of Neo-Assyrian glyphic repertoires; here, an archer on one knee aims his strung bow at a grazing griffin, with fish in

Winged protective spirit or apkallu, guarded entrance to king's private quarters, carries goat and giant ear of corn, alabaster wall panel relief, North West Palace, Nimrud, Kalhu, Iraq, neo-assyrian, 875BC-860BC

winged protective spirit or apkallu; guarded entrance to king's private quarters; carries goat and giant ear of corn; wears a kilt and embroidered robe and bead necklace; also wears armlets, wristlets with rosettes and sandal