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Mesopotamia: a hologram avant-la-lettre

worldofmesopotamia: Syrian eye idol, Tell brak region. Eye Goddess. Many hundreds of small figures like these were found at the Syrian “Eye Temple” of Tell Brak, which date from about 3650-3550 BC. This temple was dedicated to the worship of the Goddess Ishtar (Inanna).

worldofmesopotamia: Syrian eye idol, Tell brak region. Eye Goddess. Many hundreds of small figures like these were found at the Syrian “Eye Temple” of Tell Brak, which date from about 3650-3550 BC. This temple was dedicated to the worship of the Goddess Ishtar (Inanna).

A MESOPOTAMIAN GRAY STONE SPECTACLE IDOL SYRIA, CIRCA 3000 B.C. With a pair of large "eyes" formed as two connecting open cylinders atop the rectangular neck and flaring bell-shaped body. Formerly at Christies

A MESOPOTAMIAN GRAY STONE SPECTACLE IDOL SYRIA, CIRCA 3000 B.C. With a pair of large "eyes" formed as two connecting open cylinders atop the rectangular neck and flaring bell-shaped body. Formerly at Christies

First, I want to thank for such a great and important post! These remarkable statues with over-seized eyes raise some very intriguing questions? Why have no similar eye idols been found in any othe…

Unique Mysterious Figurines With Enormous Eyes (Eye Idols of Tell Brak)

First, I want to thank for such a great and important post! These remarkable statues with over-seized eyes raise some very intriguing questions? Why have no similar eye idols been found in any othe…

Alabaster “Eye Idols” from the ancient site of Tell Brak, north Mesopotamia

Alabaster “Eye Idols” from the ancient site of Tell Brak, north Mesopotamia

MESOPOTAMIAN EYE IDOL STATUE, Alabaster 'Eye Idols' From Tell Brak, north-eastern Syria, about 3500-3300 BC "Tell Brak is the modern name of a huge site in north Mesopotamia, which was clearly one of the most important cities in the region during the late prehistoric period." @Wikipedia.org

MESOPOTAMIAN EYE IDOL STATUE, Alabaster 'Eye Idols' From Tell Brak, north-eastern Syria, about 3500-3300 BC "Tell Brak is the modern name of a huge site in north Mesopotamia, which was clearly one of the most important cities in the region during the late prehistoric period." @Wikipedia.org

Tel Brak Eye Idols - Yahoo Image Search Results

Tel Brak Eye Idols - Yahoo Image Search Results

ALL MESOPOTAMIA — EYE IDOL: richard-miles-archaeologist: Ancient Worlds -...

ALL MESOPOTAMIA — EYE IDOL: richard-miles-archaeologist: Ancient Worlds -...

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