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Indian medieval Hindu deity head: A grey stone sculpture fragment depicting the head of a deity.  India, Pinjore province, c. 11th Century AD  Fragment as shown  Size: 14.3 x 7 cms  Ex. private collection, Cheltenham, UK; acquired late 20th Century.  A mid 20th Century black ink inscription on the back: "Bassia (Pinjore)"

Indian medieval Hindu deity head: A grey stone sculpture fragment depicting the head of a deity. India, Pinjore province, c. 11th Century AD Fragment as shown Size: 14.3 x 7 cms Ex. private collection, Cheltenham, UK; acquired late 20th Century. A mid 20th Century black ink inscription on the back: "Bassia (Pinjore)"

‘Lucifer Accompanied by Lesser Devils’ Bodleian Library, MS. Douce 134, f. 98r. Livre de la Vigne nostre Seigneur. France, c. 1450-1470

Fifteen Signs of the Last Judgment, Manuscript page from the Livre de la Vigne nostre Seigneur, dated

"Gefjon is the Germanic and Nordic (Icelandic) Goddess of Vegetation, Agriculture, and Fertility. She is a shapeshifter who symbolizes growth, prosperity, virginity, good fortune, and the magical arts. According to mythology, she gave birth to four giant sons whom she transformed into oxen and used for ploughing the land. One of the Aesir deities, she is said to  have been the founder of a royal Danish dynasty. Legend has it that maidens who died as virgins became her servants."

Queen of Time and Space by *la-esmeralda on deviantART--I find the crown a very interesting design.

Felicity. Captain of the guard

Felicity. Captain of the guard

Azoth - Pesquisa Google An image of a deity from ancient Europe interpreted through medieval lenses?

Azoth - Pesquisa Google An image of a deity from ancient Europe interpreted through medieval lenses?

The Chalice Well, Glastonbury, England Also known as ‘The Well of Avalon’. Archaeological evidence suggests that the well has been in almost constant use for at least two thousand years. Water issues from the spring at a rate of 25,000 gallons per day and has never failed. female aspect of deity, with the male symbolised by Glastonbury Tor. As such, it is a popular destination for pilgrims in search of the divine feminine, including Pagans.

‘The Well of Avalon’ is a holy well situated at the foot of Glastonbury Tor in Somerset. Archaeological evidence suggests that the well has been in almost constant use for at least two thousand years.

Lagertha was, according to legend, a Danish Viking shieldmaiden from what is now Norway, and the onetime wife of the famous Viking Ragnar Lodbrok. Her tale, as recorded by the chronicler Saxo in the 12th century, may be a reflection of tales about Þorgerðr Hölgabrúðr, a Norse deity. Her name as recorded by Saxo, Lathgertha, is likely a Latinization of the Old Norse Hlaðgerðr (Hladgerd).

Medieval Women Warriors

Lathgertha by Morris Meredith Williams - Lagertha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia My 34 great Aunt by marriage or Rollo

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