Eva Kta

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Sumerian stone bag same as the ones found at Göbekli tepe

Olmec (circa BCE) Monument from La Venta, Tabasco. The earliest known representation of a feathered serpent in Mesoamerica. The early Olmec feathered serpent, as shown here, is thought to have acted as a forerunner for many Mesoamerican.

Tree of Life, Djed, and Ankh - "Ankh" - symbol of life - thoracic vertebrae of a bull, "Djed" - symbol of stability - base or sacrum of a bull's spine, "Was" - symbol of power and dominion - a staff made from a dried bull's penis.

Visit the world of the Ancient Egyptians and discover facts about the Djed pillar. Fascinating facts and information about the Djed that featured in the history of ancient Egypt. The symbolism of the Djed column.

Mould Plaque for a Heron - Greco-Roman Egypt - 2nd-1st Century BC This mold depicts a heron, a bird associated with the sun, the annual flooding of the Nile, and the afterlife. The Walters Art Museum

Mould Plaque for a Heron - Greco-Roman Egypt - Century BC This mold depicts a heron, a bird associated with the sun, the annual flooding of the Nile, and the afterlife. The Walters Art Museum

12, 000 yr old painting Sahara

the Sahara became a desert, it was home to many savanna animals, such as the giraffe. People began to paint/ etch the Sahara's animals in desert rock about yrs ago. that the oldest remaining pictures date back to 6500 B.

Kemetian Zodiac

Denderah Zodiac, Egyptian Ptolemaic temple of hathor in Dendera. The original was carved out and is now exhibited in the Louvre Museum, Paris. A copy has been substituted to the ceiling of the temple in Egypt.

Kakadu National Park, Australia....an aboriginal cave painting of some of their creation gods. Aboriginese, believe that all things are living and even though the rock art is miles from one site, to another, it is all one story. We look, as if we are in a museum, one by one, but not so with the people long ago and now.

an aboriginal cave painting of some of their creation gods. Aboriginese, believe that all things are living and even though the rock art is miles from one site, to another, it is all one story.