Statue of the Goddess Artemis at the Ephesus Archeological Museum

Statue of the Goddess Artemis at the Ephesus Archeological Museum

La Kelteminar Culture a duré de -6000 à +- -3000 avant J.C. (ou avant ou après, la preuve est peu). Ce que nous savons est qu'ils ont construit des maisons plus grandes, probablement pour abriter des familles multi-générationnelles. Ils chassaient en groupe. Mais, ils n'étaient pas nomades. Ils subsistaient principalement de la pêche. Mais contrairement à la culture de Vinca en Serbie, une autre communauté de pêcheurs, ils ont fait des statues de la déesse mère plutôt que du dieu…

La Kelteminar Culture a duré de -6000 à +- -3000 avant J.C. (ou avant ou après, la preuve est peu). Ce que nous savons est qu'ils ont construit des maisons plus grandes, probablement pour abriter des familles multi-générationnelles. Ils chassaient en groupe. Mais, ils n'étaient pas nomades. Ils subsistaient principalement de la pêche. Mais contrairement à la culture de Vinca en Serbie, une autre communauté de pêcheurs, ils ont fait des statues de la déesse mère plutôt que du dieu…

Artemis statue in Selcuk Museum, Ephesus, Turkey. Upis, Great Goddess of Lydia,   better known as Artemis Ephesia    Her temple at Ephesos in western Asia Minor was one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient Mediterranean, with a colossal statue of the goddess some 40 feet high and 127 columns, all 60 feet tall.

Artemis statue in Selcuk Museum, Ephesus, Turkey. Upis, Great Goddess of Lydia, better known as Artemis Ephesia Her temple at Ephesos in western Asia Minor was one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient Mediterranean, with a colossal statue of the goddess some 40 feet high and 127 columns, all 60 feet tall.

Woman Standing with Pomegranate, possibly the Goddess Persephone - terracotta and pigment from Cyprus, 480-450 BC - at the Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, UK

Woman Standing with Pomegranate, possibly the Goddess Persephone - terracotta and pigment from Cyprus, 480-450 BC - at the Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, UK

At Ephesus,the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World  attracted pilgrims from all over the Graeco-Roman world. The temple was erected in 29 BC. to the goddess Roma and the deified Julius Caesar. The cult of emperor worship was promoted there.

At Ephesus,the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World attracted pilgrims from all over the Graeco-Roman world. The temple was erected in 29 BC. to the goddess Roma and the deified Julius Caesar. The cult of emperor worship was promoted there.

Ancient female statuettes from around the world (from http://www.suppressedhistories.net). Real women recycled. Maybe I could make a range of recycled women for The Junk Wave. What do you think?

Ancient female statuettes from around the world (from http://www.suppressedhistories.net). Real women recycled. Maybe I could make a range of recycled women for The Junk Wave. What do you think?

Artemis of Ephesus.  Represents the male half.  The male is generally represented in the circle as the left side, the female, the right side (as you are looking at it) Johan Adkins

Artemis of Ephesus. Represents the male half. The male is generally represented in the circle as the left side, the female, the right side (as you are looking at it) Johan Adkins

"Great Mother Goddess" Artemis is also mentioned in the New Testament (Acts, 19). Extremely popular in the ancient world; and now housed in the Archaelogical Museum of Tripoli.

"Great Mother Goddess" Artemis is also mentioned in the New Testament (Acts, 19). Extremely popular in the ancient world; and now housed in the Archaelogical Museum of Tripoli.

Archaeologists have unearthed two skeletons from the Neolithic period locked in an embrace and buried outside Mantua, Italy

Archaeologists have unearthed two skeletons from the Neolithic period locked in an embrace and buried outside Mantua, Italy

Kore with traces of the original colors (ca. 500-490 BCE) - Acropolis Museum, Athens.

Kore with traces of the original colors (ca. 500-490 BCE) - Acropolis Museum, Athens.

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