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Hittite Drinking vessel. Near Eastern, Anatolian, Hittite, Hittite New Kingdom, reign of Tudhaliya III, 14th century BC. This ceremonial drinking vessel is shaped in the form of a human fist with a procession of musicians in relief along the cuff. Currently located at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
Apis the bull - An Egyptian deity worshipped in the Memphis region well into late 300 AD during Greek and Roman era
Ichneumon - Once though to be a mythical predator of dragons. However, now it is known as the mongoose, the sworn enemy of snakes.
Chonchon - Kalkus, or Mapuchan sorcerers, desiring to be endowed with magical powers, would anoint themselves with a magical ointment to remove their head from the rest of their bodies and become the Chonchon. By artkingman.devian... on @deviantART