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    Diosa fenicia,Astarte encontrada en Tutugi Granada,en el siglo VII,esta en el Museo N. de Madrid

    Egypt: Temple of Dendera by Paul Smit | Mick Palarczyk (The second and fourth hour of the day at Dendera.)

    La Dama de Baza. Goddess seated on winged throne with lion-footed legs. She holds a blue-painted dove in her left hand. Strong Phoenician influences have led some to suggest that she is the goddess Tanit. She was found in a deep funerary chamber in the Cerro del Santuario, a burial ground. The place-name means Hill of the Sanctuary, one of many modern names identifying ancient Iberian sites as holy places. Baza (Basti), northwestern Granada. 4th century BCE.

    The Canaanite goddess is shown seated between winged cherubim with lion's bodies and women's heads. Phoenicians brought this deity to southwestern Iberia. She is an alabaster ritual vessel; when libation is poured into her, the liquid shoots out from her breasts into the basin she holds.

    Vasijas fenicias encontradas en Gadir,España

    Venus de Roumanie. Culture de Cucuteni, Néolithique, ca -5000 BC. Cucuteni culture pottery has imprints of nalbinding...

    previously identified as Isis goddess in Luxor temple. However Georgine Patay has pointed out that it depicts Seshat, Goddess of wisdom, knowledge, and writing, also Measurement (also Safkhet, Sesat, Seshet, Sesheta, and Seshata). Seen here inscribing the years of reign for the king on the palm-leaf rib.

    La Creación (tríptico). Siglos XV - XVI. Hieronymus Bosch, El Bosco. Museo del Prado. Galería on line.

    Phoenician head,limeston e 10th cent,BC Museo de Cadiz,Spain

    La Dama de Ibiza, widely considered to represent the Carthaginian goddess Tanit. Another unusual fusion of styles, with flower-adorned headdress, necklaces, and a spiralled dress with a Gorgon head near the hem. Molded terracotta, 3rd century BCE, Puig des Molins.

    Blessing goddess with Hathoric hairdress. Silver-plated bronze, Phoenician art, 8th century BC. Louvre Museum, Paris. Photographer: Marie-Lan Nguyen

    Vasija fenicia,siglo VIII a.c. Hallada en Andalucia Museo N. de Arqueologia

    This handle shows the Canaanite god El subduing two lions,Found in Gebel el Arak in Egypt Date 3300-3200 BC Hitite culture,Anatolia Louvre Museum

    Potnia Theron (Mistress of animals) minoan goddess Chieti,Museo della Civitella

    The wooden figure shows Nebanen, a writer from Deir el-Medineh. He wears a long braided wig and a wrap skirt. In his left hand he holds a banner, on which sits a figure of the god Amun-Re.

    astarte | Astarte (stele)

    Egipto ha sido invadido a lo largo de su historia por: libios, persas, griegos, romanos, árabes, turcos, ingleses, franceses…/ Se dice que debemos en gran parte al antiguo Egipto el origen de las ciencias, sobre todo en geometría y en medicina, y muchos inventos que han cambiado el devenir de la historia como el calendario, el papiro, el arado, etc.

    Dama fenicia de la Necropolis de Puig des Molins Ibiza Siglo VII-ac Se calcula que en la necrópolis del Puig des Molins puede haber unas cuatro mil tumbas, ya que fue utilizada ininterrumpidamente desde el siglo VII a. J.C. hasta la mitad del siglo III de nuestra era. El cerro de Puig des Molins está totalmente perforado en la roca viva para abrir espacio a las tumbas, muy bien disimuladas por bancales y olivos.

    ancient egyptian cat mummies

    Phoenician Glass Face Pendant