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עיר דוד - תעלת הניקוז המרכזית

עיר דוד - תעלת הניקוז המרכזית

This is a map of the Ancient Near East and it shows where the Hittites, Egyptians, Babylonians and Assyrians  during the 16th 14th century BC.

This is a map of the Ancient Near East. It shows where the Hittites, Egyptians, Babylonians & Assyrians were during the century BCE. (remember that many ancient names come from the Greek)

Roman Shield ~ "The winged sun is a symbol associated with divinity, royalty and power in the Ancient Near East (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Anatolia, and Persia" --wikipedia

Etruscan-Roman Shield - "The winged sun is a symbol associated with divinity, royalty and power in the Ancient Near East (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Anatolia, and Persia" - wikipedia)

Figure: Mother goddess,  Ancient Near East.  5th millenium B.C.E.  Marble

Figure: Mother Goddess -- Circa Millennium BCE -- Ancient Near East -- Marble

See Maps of the Ancient Near East: Assyria Map

See Maps of the Ancient Near East

Maps of of ancient empires, showing political changes and biblical events. Includes the earliest known map, and other maps on clay tablets.

Greek Bee Fibula, 4th century BC The bee, found in the artifacts of Ancient Near East and Aegean cultures, was believed to be the sacred insect that bridged the natural world to the underworld.  Apollo's gift of prophecy first came to him from three bee maidens, usually identified with the Thriae. The Thriae was a trinity of pre-Hellenic Aegean bee goddesses.

Greek Bee Fibula, century BC The bee, found in the artifacts of Ancient Near East and Aegean cultures, was believed to be a sacred insect that bridged the natural world to the underworld.

Violin idol,  Ancient Near East.  circa 2700 - 2100 B.C.E.  Representations of the agricultural fertility "Mother Goddess" were commonly buried in graves, particularly those of children, likely indicating a belief in life after death.

Violin idol, Ancient Near East. circa 2700 - 2100 B. Representations of the agricultural fertility "Mother Goddess" were commonly buried in graves, particularly those of children, likely indicating a belief in life after death.

Female Stone Idol Figurine  --  Circa 3000 BCE  --  Ancient Near East  --  No further reference provided.

Female Stone Idol Figurine -- Circa 3000 BCE -- Ancient Near East -- No further reference provided.

Studien Zu Ritual Und Sozialgeschichte Im Alten Orient / Studies on Ritual and Society in the Ancient Near East

Studien Zu Ritual Und Sozialgeschichte Im Alten Orient / Studies on Ritual and Society in the Ancient Near East