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Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC  ظرف سفالی به شکل پیکره زن- شاه تپه گلستان - هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC ظرف سفالی به شکل پیکره زن- شاه تپه گلستان - هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC  ظرف سفالی به شکل پیکره زن- شاه تپه گلستان - هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC ظرف سفالی به شکل پیکره زن- شاه تپه گلستان - هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC  ظرف سفالی سه قلو شاه تپه گلستان - هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC ظرف سفالی سه قلو شاه تپه گلستان - هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC  ظرف سفالی سه قلو شاه تپه گلستان - هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC ظرف سفالی سه قلو شاه تپه گلستان - هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC  کاسه سفالی با کف مخروطی- تپه حصار دامغان- هزاره 4 پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC کاسه سفالی با کف مخروطی- تپه حصار دامغان- هزاره 4 پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC  کاسه سفالی با کف مخروطی- تپه حصار دامغان- هزاره 4 پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC کاسه سفالی با کف مخروطی- تپه حصار دامغان- هزاره 4 پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC  ظرف سفالی تپه حصار – هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ایران باستان

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC ظرف سفالی تپه حصار – هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ایران باستان

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC  ظرف کوچک سفالی – تپه حصار - هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC ظرف کوچک سفالی – تپه حصار - هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC  ظرف سنگی با درپوش – تپه حصار - هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC ظرف سنگی با درپوش – تپه حصار - هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC  ظرف سفالی تپه حصار – هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ایران باستان

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC ظرف سفالی تپه حصار – هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ایران باستان

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC  ظرف سفالی پایه دار با آبریز- استرآباد گلستان- هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC ظرف سفالی پایه دار با آبریز- استرآباد گلستان- هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC  ظرف سفالی پایه دار با آبریز- استرآباد گلستان- هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC ظرف سفالی پایه دار با آبریز- استرآباد گلستان- هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ملی ایران

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC  پیکرک زن سنگی- تپه حصار – هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ایران باستان مشابه پیکرک سفالی شاه تپه که تحت تاثیر فرهنگ حصار بوده است

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC پیکرک زن سنگی- تپه حصار – هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ایران باستان مشابه پیکرک سفالی شاه تپه که تحت تاثیر فرهنگ حصار بوده است

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC  پیکره های برنزی تپه حصار – هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ایران باستان

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC پیکره های برنزی تپه حصار – هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ایران باستان


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Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC  پیکرک زن سنگی- تپه حصار – هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ایران باستان مشابه پیکرک سفالی شاه تپه که تحت تاثیر فرهنگ حصار بوده است

Teppe Hisar Damghan- 8th to second millenium BC پیکرک زن سنگی- تپه حصار – هزاره دوم پ م – موزه ایران باستان مشابه پیکرک سفالی شاه تپه که تحت تاثیر فرهنگ حصار بوده است

Oil flask (alabastron) in the form of a siren. Greek , about 575 B.C.  Museum of Fine Arts - Boston

Oil flask (alabastron) in the form of a siren. Greek , about 575 B.C. Museum of Fine Arts - Boston

Harpies (now in the Cluny Museum in Paris) from the long gone cloister of the Abbey (now Basilique) of St-Denis - Abbot Suger's "first Gothic church"

Harpies (now in the Cluny Museum in Paris) from the long gone cloister of the Abbey (now Basilique) of St-Denis - Abbot Suger's "first Gothic church"

‏@JohanOosterman If you hear a very mannered cock-a-doodle-doo, it's this noble chicken. @MedievalMss Walters90

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‏@JohanOosterman If you hear a very mannered cock-a-doodle-doo, it's this noble chicken. @MedievalMss Walters90

Haniwa, female shrine attendant, Japan, Kofun period, 6th c., earthenware with traces of color, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Mary Griggs Burke Collection, Gift of the Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation, 2015 (2015.300.255) #japaneseart #themet

Haniwa, female shrine attendant, Japan, Kofun period, 6th c., earthenware with traces of color, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Mary Griggs Burke Collection, Gift of the Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation, 2015 (2015.300.255) #japaneseart #themet

Anthropomorphic vessel, 3.500 - 2.000 BC. Museum of Pre - and Early History - Berlin Late Neolithic Foot vessel in form of a female figure with raised arms and indicated breasts.

Anthropomorphic vessel, 3.500 - 2.000 BC. Museum of Pre - and Early History - Berlin Late Neolithic Foot vessel in form of a female figure with raised arms and indicated breasts.

Egyptian god/goddess Ba-Bird. 6th-4th century B.C. Inv.nr.2126. Roemer Pelizaeus Museum, Hildesheim.The ancient Egyptians believed that a human soul was made up of five parts: the Ren, the Ba, the Ka, the Sheut, and the Ib. In addition to these components of the soul there was the human body (called the ha, occasionally a plural haw, meaning approximately sum of bodily parts). The other souls were aakhu, khaibut, and khat.

Egyptian god/goddess Ba-Bird. 6th-4th century B.C. Inv.nr.2126. Roemer Pelizaeus Museum, Hildesheim.The ancient Egyptians believed that a human soul was made up of five parts: the Ren, the Ba, the Ka, the Sheut, and the Ib. In addition to these components of the soul there was the human body (called the ha, occasionally a plural haw, meaning approximately sum of bodily parts). The other souls were aakhu, khaibut, and khat.

FIVE SCYTHIAN GOLD APPLIQUÉS   Circa Mid 5th Century B.C.   All die-formed, including one in the form of a reclining lion in profile to the left, double zig-zag on its mane; two in the form of a winged sphinx in profile to the left; and two in the form of a stag in profile to the left, its head turned back, each with perforations for attachment

FIVE SCYTHIAN GOLD APPLIQUÉS Circa Mid 5th Century B.C. All die-formed, including one in the form of a reclining lion in profile to the left, double zig-zag on its mane; two in the form of a winged sphinx in profile to the left; and two in the form of a stag in profile to the left, its head turned back, each with perforations for attachment

Cylinder seal ; Neo- Babylonian; ca 7th - 5th century BC; Mesopotamia; lapis lazuli - Metropolitan Museum of Art

Cylinder seal ; Neo- Babylonian; ca 7th - 5th century BC; Mesopotamia; lapis lazuli - Metropolitan Museum of Art

An owl with a human face.

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Terracotta Statuette of a Siren  Archaic Greece (550-500 BC)  The Sirens were mythical creatures said to lure sailors to their doom with their songs. In modern art they often appear as mermaid like creatures because of their link to the sea, however in Greek mythology they were these bird-women who clung to rocks. This statuette may have been a dedication in a sanctuary.  Source:The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Terracotta Statuette of a Siren Archaic Greece (550-500 BC) The Sirens were mythical creatures said to lure sailors to their doom with their songs. In modern art they often appear as mermaid like creatures because of their link to the sea, however in Greek mythology they were these bird-women who clung to rocks. This statuette may have been a dedication in a sanctuary. Source:The Metropolitan Museum of Art