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Goddess, Knossos, Crete

Goddess, Knossos, Crete

Bee-goddess, perhaps associated with Artemis above female heads. Gold plaques, 7th century BC. From Layne Redmond

Bee-goddess, perhaps associated with Artemis above female heads. Gold plaques, 7th century BC. From Layne Redmond

A gold ornament with a Scythian goddess Apa from the Kul Oba kurhan

A gold ornament with a Scythian goddess Apa from the Kul Oba kurhan

Melusina    From the crest of the Colonna family. Those who read Italian may be interested in a symbological analysis of this mermaid - referred to the mosaic in the cathedral of Otranto - but without doubt representing the same person.  itis.volta.alessandria.it/episteme/ep5/ep5-scala2.htm  en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colonna_family

Melusina From the crest of the Colonna family. Those who read Italian may be interested in a symbological analysis of this mermaid - referred to the mosaic in the cathedral of Otranto - but without doubt representing the same person. itis.volta.alessandria.it/episteme/ep5/ep5-scala2.htm en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colonna_family

Tritoness, from Mosaic Floor, Ortranto Cathedral, 1163 (via Museo Immaginario Arti senza Tempo on FB)

Tritoness, from Mosaic Floor, Ortranto Cathedral, 1163 (via Museo Immaginario Arti senza Tempo on FB)

Castle of Chillon, Montreux, Switzerland

Castle of Chillon, Montreux, Switzerland

Beryl var. Aquamarine with Quartz on Schorl. From the Erongo Mountain, Erongo Region, Namibia. Measures 4.4 cm by 2.5 cm by 2.3 cm in total size.

Beryl var. Aquamarine with Quartz on Schorl. From the Erongo Mountain, Erongo Region, Namibia. Measures 4.4 cm by 2.5 cm by 2.3 cm in total size.

Api-shaped appliqué  4th century BCE. Place and date of finding unknown.

Api-shaped appliqué 4th century BCE. Place and date of finding unknown.

Female head, alabaster, H: 6,5 cm From Tello, Akkadian period, after 2480 BCE    @ Louvre Museum, Paris, France.  Quelle: lessing-photo.com

Female head, alabaster, H: 6,5 cm From Tello, Akkadian period, after 2480 BCE @ Louvre Museum, Paris, France. Quelle: lessing-photo.com

Kul-Oba: applied gold representing a Scythian horseman (IV th century)

Kul-Oba: applied gold representing a Scythian horseman (IV th century)