Archeology Goddess No. 74 ~ Katharina

***Awww, I AM a Goddess.*** Archeology Goddess No.

Schematic figurine of the Kusura type  marble  Anatolian  Early Bronze II period  2700-2300 BC

Schematic figurine of the Kusura type, marble - Anatolian Early Bronze II period BC - Goulandris Foundation - Museum of Cycladic Art.

Menstruating Goddess of Kamakhya Temple

Bleeding Goddess in India. The fertility goddess Kamakhya or Sati, Kamakhya temple, near Guwahati

Painted vase in form of squatting woman, Hacilar, Anatolia, c. 5200 BCE. Eyes inlaid with obsidian.

Painted vase in form of squatting woman [Reproduction?], Hacilar, Anatolia, c. Eyes inlaid with obsidian.

Çatalhöyük,Stylized Mother- Goddess Figurine Stone, level VI. Belma Kulaçoğlu (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Çatalhöyük,Stylized Mother- Goddess Figurine Stone, level VI. Belma Kulaçoğlu (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Cucuteni-Trypillian culture figurine from Bilcze Złote (Ukraine). 3900-2700 BCE. Archaeological Museum in Kraków

Cucuteni-Trypillian culture figurine from Bilcze Złote (Ukraine).

Female figure, made of gypsum, with a gold mask that stood at a temple altar in Nippur, c. 2700 BCE

Sumerian gypsium female figure with a gold mask that stood at a temple altar in Nippur, The Iraq Museum, Baghdad

Anahita, the Immaculate Virgin Mother of the Lord Mithras

Detail of Artemis from the Francois Vase (ca. 570 - 560 BC), here depicted as the Potnia Theron (Lady of the Beasts). The goddess is winged and grasps a panther (or lioness) and stag by the neck.

Çatalhöyük, Seated Mother-Goddess figurine,baked clay, level II.A., Belma Kulaçoğlu (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Çatalhöyük, Seated Mother-Goddess figurine,baked clay, level II.A., Belma Kulaçoğlu (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Artemis pouring a libation, c. 460-450 BC.  Festival of Artemis the Deer Huntress where she was offered cakes shaped like stags, made from dough, honey and sesame-seeds

Artemis pouring a libation, c. Festival of Artemis the Deer Huntress where she was offered cakes shaped like stags, made from dough, honey and sesame-seeds

Statuette of Cybele on a cart drawn by lions [Roman] (97.22.24) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

“The cult of the Anatolian Mother Goddess Cybele was introduced into Rome during the Second Punic War in the late century B. and remained popular until early Christian times. The goddess is.

Ídolo de Pomos. Figurita cruciforme del Calcolítico chipriota (3.000 aJC). Cyprus Archaeological Museum, Nicosia

'Idol of Pomos' - Chalcolithic cruciform figurine, Cyprus

Altar-Goddess / Vinca-Plocnik / Mill. 5 BCPre-and Early History / Sculptures.  Altar goddess (bench-like altar with anthropomorphic figure facing a ritual vessel).  Late Mesolithic period, 5th millenium BC Vinca-Plocnik-Culture. Terra-cotta, height 17.3cm. Finding place: Fafos I, Vinca, Kosovo. Kosovska Mitrovica, Opstinski Museum.

BCE Altar-goddess, bench-like altar with anthropomorphic figure facing a receptacle or cult vessel. Terracotta From Fafos I site, Vinca, Kosovo.

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