Faces and Shapes of Ancient Mother Goddesses - Talaria Enterprises Museum Store
Some of the earliest mythical stories pay tribute to a Ancient Mother Goddess whose fertility and abundance give nourishment to a culture. Whether a life gi
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Dilmun seal and impression; a shipping trade center in islands in and around Bahrain for Mesopotamia to the Indus Valley starting ca. 2500 BCE. These seals follow Indus design. After the Indus Valley civilization collapsed Dilmun status declined. By 600 BCE it was absorbed into the Babylonian empire. In 323 BCE Greeks imposed dominance. As Greek influence declined it was referred to as Awal (after an idol) for 8 centuries until Islamic control in 692 CE.
Storage jar decorated with mountain goats | Chalcolithic | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Period: Chalcolithic. Date: ca. 4000–3600 B.C.. Geography: Central Iran. Medium: Ceramic, paint. Dimensions: 21 in. (53.3 cm). Classification: Ceramics-Ve...
The piece was found in Harappa in 1993 and is visible in the Harappa Museum today. "Painted dish portion from a dish-on-stand. The black-on-red painted decoration is arranged in panels that are divided into four sections. Two peacocks are depicted on one side, and a many-branched tree with short leaves is painted on the opposite panel section. Between these two motifs are multiple lines of loops with circle-and-dot designs and hatching which totally fill all of the empty space.
The Circular Platforms and so-called Granary at Harappa, two puzzling structures. By Richard H. Meadow and Jonathan Mark Kenoyer. The original 2003 version of this section on a black background can be seen at old.harappa.com. Click on the slide below for slideshow mode; click on the title for the image on a white background with longer captions.