8AA. Model of a neanderthal woman holding a baby, Naturkundemuseum in Stuttgart, Germany -- “'I am grieved to report,' Ebra said, making the customary gesture of sorrow, 'Iza’s baby is a girl.' But the news was not received with sorrow. Brun was relieved, though he would never admit it... Creb was not only relieved, he was overjoyed... And for the first time since they moved into the new cave, Iza could draw a breath free of anxiety." A week later, she is named Uba. p.112-3,131
Anahita - The goddess of fertility and birth. Anahit is identified with Artemis and Aphrodite. "Great Lady Anahit", one of the most loved and honored goddesses, was often sculptured with a child in her hands. This Goddess displays her role in supporting life on earth. Circa 1200 A.D., Seljuq Dynasty, Iran.