Female Figurines of bone and ivory Predynastic Naqada I Egypt 4000-3600 BCE

Female Figurines of bone and ivory Predynastic Naqada I Egypt 4000-3600 BCE

Statuettes of high priest Amenhotep and priestess Renai 15th century BCE.

Statuettes of high priest Amenhotep and priestess Renai 15th century BCE.

mehrgarh - female of fertility ("déesse-mère") (present day Balochistan) 6,000-3,000 BC - led to Indus

Mehrgarh: The Lost Civilisation [1 of 4]

mehrgarh - female of fertility ("déesse-mère") (present day Balochistan) 6,000-3,000 BC - led to Indus

The world’s oldest flute. It was carved from the bone of a griffon vulture approximately 35,000 years ago. Archaeologists found it at Hohle Fels Cave in Germany.

The world’s oldest flute. It was carved from the bone of a griffon vulture approximately 35,000 years ago. Archaeologists found it at Hohle Fels Cave in Germany.

Noah's Stone Anchor Found near Mount Ararat?   The Length of the Noah ruins Matches the Biblical Record!    Noah's Ark at 515 feet  The length of the ruins of the ark is 515 ft., which is exactly 300 Royal Egyptian cubits (20.6 inches)! Moses was schooled in Egypt and was not familiar with the Hebrew cubit which was not even in existence when Moses wrote Genesis.

Noah's Stone Anchor Found near Mount Ararat? The Length of the Noah ruins Matches the Biblical Record! Noah's Ark at 515 feet The length of the ruins of the ark is 515 ft., which is exactly 300 Royal Egyptian cubits (20.6 inches)! Moses was schooled in Egypt and was not familiar with the Hebrew cubit which was not even in existence when Moses wrote Genesis.

Maat, goddess of order, truth, and justice  The heart of a deceased person was weighed against the feather of Maat during judgment in the underworld.  Third Intermediate Period, ca. 800–700 BCE From Khartoum, Sudan Gold and lapis lazuli The Egyptian Museum, Cairo

Maat, goddess of order, truth, and justice The heart of a deceased person was weighed against the feather of Maat during judgment in the underworld. Third Intermediate Period, ca. 800–700 BCE From Khartoum, Sudan Gold and lapis lazuli The Egyptian Museum, Cairo

Figurine of a child? carved in rock crystal, hittite, between 1500 and 1200 BC Rangi= I think that this is a fake...

Figurine of a child? carved in rock crystal, hittite, between 1500 and 1200 BC Rangi= I think that this is a fake...

mehrgarh - female of fertility ("déesse-mère") (present day Balochistan) 6,000-3,000 BC - led to Indus

Mehrgarh: The Lost Civilisation [1 of 4]

mehrgarh - female of fertility ("déesse-mère") (present day Balochistan) 6,000-3,000 BC - led to Indus

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