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Artifact Statues of Susa Noblemen doing the Ancient Persian Susian Salute. The right hand bent straight, with the elbow to the waistline and the hand held up sideways. The left hand held in front of the body as the show of respect. This salute was even in use during Achaemenid Era. The Ancient Persian Susian Salute is the oldest Persian Salute. During Achaemenids Era, the salute was given with the hand a bit tilted

Artifact Statues of Susa Noblemen doing the Ancient Persian Susian Salute. The right hand bent straight, with the elbow to the waistline and the hand held up sideways. The left hand held in front of the body as the show of respect. This salute was even in use during Achaemenid Era. The Ancient Persian Susian Salute is the oldest Persian Salute. During Achaemenids Era, the salute was given with the hand a bit tilted

Mastiff, Date: ca. mid-2nd millennium B.C.,  Mesopotamia, Kassite culture.

Mastiff, Date: ca. mid-2nd millennium B.C., Mesopotamia, Kassite culture.

ETRUSCANS TRACED THEIR ANCESTRY TO URUK ANYWAY......Sumerian Male Votive Statue

ETRUSCANS TRACED THEIR ANCESTRY TO URUK ANYWAY......Sumerian Male Votive Statue

Arrowhead, Neolithic period, ca. 7000–4500 b.c.  Egyptian; From the Faiyum area  Chert

Arrowhead, Neolithic period, ca. 7000–4500 b.c. Egyptian; From the Faiyum area Chert

Cosmetic Box of Kemeni Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 Reign: reign of Amenemhat IV Date: ca. 1814–1805 B.C. Geography: From...

Cosmetic Box of Kemeni Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 Reign: reign of Amenemhat IV Date: ca. 1814–1805 B.C. Geography: From...

An ancient Greek bronze box mirror with the head of Pan; Pan has a goat's ears and wears a fawn's skin. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

An ancient Greek bronze box mirror with the head of Pan; Pan has a goat's ears and wears a fawn's skin. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Achaemenid Gold Censer      	Gold, 5th-4th century B.C.E

Achaemenid Gold Censer Gold, 5th-4th century B.C.E

Queen Ahmose Nefertati

Queen Ahmose Nefertati

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Among the many female deities worshipped by the Aztecs, those responsible for agricultural fertility held a prominent place. This sculpture depicts Chicomecoátl (seven serpents), a goddess of sustenance, especially of edible plants and corn. She is shown standing on bare feet wearing a long skirt held in place with a belt, and holding in her right hand two maize ears. Her head and most of her body are covered by a towering quadrangular headdress adorned with twisted elements across the front…

Among the many female deities worshipped by the Aztecs, those responsible for agricultural fertility held a prominent place. This sculpture depicts Chicomecoátl (seven serpents), a goddess of sustenance, especially of edible plants and corn. She is shown standing on bare feet wearing a long skirt held in place with a belt, and holding in her right hand two maize ears. Her head and most of her body are covered by a towering quadrangular headdress adorned with twisted elements across the front…

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