Penn Museum - info about Israel & Canaan

Penn Museum - info about Israel & Canaan

George F. Moore • The Image of Moloch — JBL 16:161‑165 (1897)

George F. Moore • The Image of Moloch — JBL 16:161‑165 (1897)

Foundation Sacrifices & quote form Halley's regarding Canaanite child sacrifice and corpses built into the walls of houses. Found in Meggido, Gezer, Jericho, and other places.

Foundation Sacrifices & quote form Halley's regarding Canaanite child sacrifice and corpses built into the walls of houses. Found in Meggido, Gezer, Jericho, and other places.

King Ezana of Axum (historic Ethiopia) lived 320-360AD - converted from worshipping Almaqah to worshipping Jehovah.

King Ezana of Axum (historic Ethiopia) lived 320-360AD - converted from worshipping Almaqah to worshipping Jehovah.

2750-2500 BCE.  The Flood Tablet, The Epic of Gilgamesh, Tablet 11: Story of the Flood.  Clay, Neo-Assyrian. This tablet tells just one of the many worldwide Flood stories.

2750-2500 BCE. The Flood Tablet, The Epic of Gilgamesh, Tablet 11: Story of the Flood. Clay, Neo-Assyrian. This tablet tells just one of the many worldwide Flood stories.

1906 Print Stele Amenemhat Pharoah Sinai Egypt Archeology Geology Ancient XGW4

1906 Print Stele Amenemhat Pharoah Sinai Egypt Archeology Geology Ancient XGW4

This is an original 1906 sepia halftone print of the Stele of Amenemhat III; Sinai, Egypt. CONDITION This year old Item is rated Near Mint / Very Fine. Light aging throughout. No creases. No natu

Mural the palace of King Darius the first found in Sousse, Iran and appears in this mural a winged bull and is a replica of the Babylonian bull, which represents the sacred animal of the Babylonian god Adad, god of thunder, but the Achaemenid version adds wings and Frilled with colors .. and the piece below of Ishtar gate (or perhaps from the walls of the procession street) we see the bull, symbol of the Babylonian god of thunder Adad

Mural the palace of King Darius the first found in Sousse, Iran and appears in this mural a winged bull and is a replica of the Babylonian bull, which represents the sacred animal of the Babylonian god Adad, god of thunder, but the Achaemenid version adds wings and Frilled with colors .. and the piece below of Ishtar gate (or perhaps from the walls of the procession street) we see the bull, symbol of the Babylonian god of thunder Adad

Detail of Nebuchadnezzar II’s cuneiform inscription on the Ishtar Gate.

Detail of Nebuchadnezzar II’s cuneiform inscription on the Ishtar Gate.

Pergamon Museum Berlin 2007085 - Ishtar Gate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Pergamon Museum Berlin 2007085 - Ishtar Gate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ancient Biblical Holy Land Coins  Widow's Mites, Herod the Great,  Pontius Pilate, Caesar Augustus, etc.

Ancient Biblical Holy Land Coins Widow's Mites, Herod the Great, Pontius Pilate, Caesar Augustus, etc.

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