Statuette en terre cuite de la femme avec le visage d' oiseau - Chypre - chypriote II tardif -1450 -1200 avant J.C. Metropolitan Museum of Art
Fishing in Hawk’s Lake near Clarkson, Minnesota in 1971, Jim Hughes, 16, landed what he thought was a ‘really big, ugly fish.’ He dropped it after unhooking it when it said, ‘Hurts! Hurts!’ in a clear, deep voice. It then slid back into the lake. Pic taken by his brother, Bill Hughes, 19, who said he heard it too. Both claimed it had ‘man-like hands with fingers—and blue eyes.’ It scared the 'holy crap’ out of them.
A Roman Bronze Figure of Isis-Aphrodite, Syria, Circa 2nd Century A.D.
Pendant with the Name of King Osorkon II: the God Osiris's Family Third Intermediate Period, 22nd Dynasty, reign of Osorkon II (874-850 BC)
Astarte - Figurines of Astarte have been found at various archaeological sites in Israel, showing the goddess with two horns
A Terracotta Figurine Balucistan 3rd millennium BC
Tête provenant d'une statuette composite (Princesse de Bactriane) représentant le visage d'une femme, les yeux et les sourcils incrustés.Calcite et lapis-lazuli. Asie Occidentale,deuxieme moitie du IIIe millenaire av JC
Anonymous (Minoan). 'Snake Goddess,' 1600 BC. black steatite. Walters Art Museum (23.196): Acquired by Henry Walters, 1929.