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    Figura fenicia que representa a una divinidad oriental, probablemente la diosa Astarté. 7th cent BCE.

    Etruscan Minerva bronze statue, 7th cent. BCE

    Phoenician goddess. Fenicia. Cabezapunica Fenicia idol found in Cartagena (Spain). Archaeological Museum of Cartagena.

    Terracotta aryballos (perfume vase) Boeotian 590-570 BCE

    Roman Fresco recovered from Vesuvian ash at Stabiae on the Bay of Naples 1st century BCE - 1st century CE

    Jar with winged bulls and flanking palmettes Period: Iron Age III Date: ca. 8th–7th century B.C. Geography: Iran, said to be from Ziwiye

    Roman frescoes recovered from Stabiae 1st century BCE - 1st century CE (3)

    Fønisisk Gudinne. Fenicia. Blessing goddess with Hathoric hairdress. Silver-plated bronze, Phoenician art, 8th century BC. Photo by Marie-Lan-Nguyen, 2009

    Roman fresco depicting Leda and the Swan recovered from Vesuvian Ash in Stabiae 1st century BCE-1st century CE (20) by mharrsch, via Flickr

    Prehistoric Goddess pendant carved from amber, from Eastern Europe by lisby1

    BARDO. Fenicia stèle du prêtre, Priest. Archaic Stele found in Carthage en 1921, Musée du Bardo. Bardo National Museum, Cartago. Tunis, Tunisie, Tunisia.

    Fenicia. Tunis Masque carthaginois au musée nationale de Bardo. Føniker i Tunisia.

    Fønisk par. Phoenician couple. Fenicia. Museo guarnacci urna degli sposi I sec CE

    Figure of a Goddess, 500 BCE-300 BCE. Umbria, Italy. Bronze.