Access to Violence by cartoonist Angel Boligan published on 2018-02-27 00:00:00 at Cagle.com. Cuban-born Angel Boligan lives in Mexico, and is the editorial cartoonist for El Universal, Learn More …
the Goddess Isis wearing the vulture-cap with the Uraeus and the Solar disk with two feathers and two uraei; detail from the Chapel of the Goddess Isis in the “Hall of the Mysteries” of…
Hedgehog. Sacred animals of ancient Egypt
The Ancient Egyptians held animals in the highest regard. Both pets and wild animals were incredibly important to Egyptian society, from mummified cats to chariot-pulling stallions.
Head of a roaring lion
Head of a roaring lion Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. 9th–8th century B.C. Geography: Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) Culture: Assyrian Assyrian-style ivory carving, contrasting with Phoenician- and Syrian-style ivories found at Nimrud, is illustrated by this ferocious lion's head. Assyrian craftsmen also carved subjects that appear on the stone bas-reliefs of the Assyrian palaces on flat ivory panels, including scenes of warfare, processions, and divinities approaching the sacred tree.
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The Egyptian Face of Jesus: How the politically created cult of Sarapis reveals Jesus Christ as constructed religious synthesis
If Jesus Christ wasn’t a historical person, where did he come from? Who created him? How does one go about ‘creating’ a god anyway; and who would worship a fiction? To begin with, keep in mind that…
Today 4 December, ΑΡΕΩΣ (Tuesday), Δεκάτη Ὑστέρα/ Δεκάτη Φθίνοντος/ Μετεικὰς/ Ἀμφιδεκάτη, XXI day Sacred day to Athena. Since it is not known the exact date of the festival Pompaia in honor of Zeus Meilichios and Alexikakos, and we just know that it...
Top 10 Deities Personified As Animals
While many representations of deities throughout history have taken the form of humans or ethereal spirits without bodies, there have also been a number which took after animals. Whether or not they were idealized for their specific traits, such as strength or intelligence, the animal kingdom has given humans plenty of inspiration when it comes to our gods. 10. Coyote Pantheon: Native American Literally represented as a talking coyote, this deity was extremely popular in Native American…
Kheper (scarabée) : définition
Histophile • Samouraï et katana, templier et épée, Occitanie et cathare, dragon et légende celtique, Antiquité égyptienne et gréco-romaine... Personnalisation.
Striding figure with ibex horns, a raptor skin draped around the shoulders, and upturned boots | Proto-Elamite | Proto-Elamite | The Met
Period: Proto-Elamite. Date: ca. 3000 B.C.. Geography: Mesopotamia or Iran. Culture: Proto-Elamite. Medium: Copper alloy. Dimensions: H. 17.5 cm (6 7/8 in.)...