Xochipilli Aztec God was the patron God of the homosexuals, male prostitutes, flowers, beauty, song and dance. He was the brother of Xochiquetzal and was the protector of the Temple prostitutes especially
The lion at the gate guarded the neo-Hittite citadel of Kunulua (aka Kinalua), the capital of the Kingdom of Patina/Unqi (ca.), one of several Neo-Hittite city-kingdoms that proliferated in the area during the Bronze and Iron Age.
Ramesses II as a boy. This colossal granite was found in the ruins of a mud-brick building in Tanis. The falcon's beak, carved from a separate piece of limestone. Now located in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.