Sheila Na Gig - Celtic fertility Goddess.Sheila Na Gig opens her womb to give birth , the womb in the shamanic way is one of the most sacred places on mother earth. it is often called the wishing well. - Noga Gal

Sheila Na Gig - Celtic Fertility Goddess. Sheila Na Gig opens her womb to give birth. The womb in the shamanic way is one of the most sacred places on mother earth. It is often called the wishing well.

Minoan: Snake Goddess, from the palace at Knossos. c. 1600 BCE. Faience, appx. 13 1/2 " H. Archeological Museum, Herakleion.  Aside from images of bulls, the only obvious deity we have from ancient Crete is the so-called Snake Goddess, perhaps an Earth Goddess who is holding two snakes in her outstretched hands - she is shown with aflounced skirt, and open bodice (evidently standard among Minoan women), and a dove perched on her head which signifies her being divine.

Knossos Tablet, KN 390 J f 21, Erinu, the Avenging Deity. Is she the Minoan Snake Goddess?

Minoan Snake Goddess, from the island of Crete.The goddess is depicted with exposed breasts and wearing a rich garment. Her bared breasts suggest her capacity as fertility goddess, 1600 BCE.

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Fertility Figure (Akua Ba) Asante, century The Metropolitan Museum of Art “Disk-headed akuaba figures remain one of the most recognizable forms in African art. Akua ba are used in a variety.

Neolithic Fertility Goddess Origin: Anatolia Circa: to .elbows form eye shape of idoli

SELÇUKLU HEYKEL SANATI - Türk Kozmolojisi

Uncommon art from Iran. Large Seated Woman and child. 12 in stucco. Perhaps the ancient Iranic goddess Anahita or a non-Islamic decorative figure. Seljuks were Islamic-Turks and their art contains Anatolian traditions

Etruscan Fertility Goddess by jparakilas, via Flickr - looks like the figures from Japan...

Etruscan Fertility Goddess by jparakilas, looks like the figures from Japan.

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Nana Buluku is the West African Creator Goddess who was worshipped by various tribes. For example, to the Fon people She was viewed as the primordial creator goddess and grandmother of the Gods. ~The Goddess Principia~

Terracotta statuette of a draped goddess Period: Classical Date: late 5th–4th century B.C. Culture: Greek

Unknown Artist (Greek), Terracotta Statuette of a Draped Goddess, late century BCE.

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