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Relief of Gallo Roman goddess in marble, Saint-Beat. France. Gallo romersk gudinne.

Relief of Gallo Roman goddess in marble, Saint-Beat. France. Gallo romersk gudinne.

Carving of Goddess as Artemis, Sparta

Carving of Goddess as Artemis, Sparta

Relief of the Celtic God, Sucellus and his wife, Nantosuelta from Sarrebourg

Relief of the Celtic God, Sucellus and his wife, Nantosuelta from Sarrebourg

The beautiful Isis-Sothis-Demeter. Egyptians who traveled to or settled in other parts of the ancient world brought their Goddess with them. Athens’ rulers had allowed an Isis temple to be built in the Piraeus “at the request of the Egyptians” sometime in the late 4th century BCE.

The beautiful Isis-Sothis-Demeter. Egyptians who traveled to or settled in other parts of the ancient world brought their Goddess with them. Athens’ rulers had allowed an Isis temple to be built in the Piraeus “at the request of the Egyptians” sometime in the late 4th century BCE.

Déesse Kubaba

Déesse Kubaba

Anunnaki - extraterrestrials. That is a space ship that appears above their heads. Note this stone tablet was carved at least 5000 years BCE.

Anunnaki - extraterrestrials. That is a space ship that appears above their heads. Note this stone tablet was carved at least 5000 years BCE.

The Celtic deity Esus as represented on Le pilier des Nautes (Musée National du Moyen Age, Thermes de Cluny)

The Celtic deity Esus as represented on Le pilier des Nautes (Musée National du Moyen Age, Thermes de Cluny)

The Gundestrup cauldron. Pictures inside might show a scene from an ancient myth. Warriors on foot and horseback wear helmets, and hold spears and shields. Three musicians bring up the rear, blowing boar-headed war horns. They approach a giant figure who dips a warrior into a cauldron. Perhaps this shows a sacrifice, or a powerful god or goddess bringing a dead warrior back to life.

The Gundestrup cauldron. Pictures inside might show a scene from an ancient myth. Warriors on foot and horseback wear helmets, and hold spears and shields. Three musicians bring up the rear, blowing boar-headed war horns. They approach a giant figure who dips a warrior into a cauldron. Perhaps this shows a sacrifice, or a powerful god or goddess bringing a dead warrior back to life.

Carved ivory pin from Sparta. Archaic Period, 600s bce. The winged goddess holding birds or lions is usually identified as Artemis, but the qualities of goddesses in the archaic period are often interchangeable. The feathered headdress is a trait of Hera, for example. Ortheia came to be designated as Artemis Ortheia, but not by the Spartans.

Carved ivory pin from Sparta. Archaic Period, 600s bce. The winged goddess holding birds or lions is usually identified as Artemis, but the qualities of goddesses in the archaic period are often interchangeable. The feathered headdress is a trait of Hera, for example. Ortheia came to be designated as Artemis Ortheia, but not by the Spartans.

Isis and Nephthys as midwifes of Nut in her labour. Book of the Day. Tomb of Ramses IX. Ancient Egypt. Thebanmappingproject

Isis and Nephthys as midwifes of Nut in her labour. Book of the Day. Tomb of Ramses IX. Ancient Egypt. Thebanmappingproject

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