Hittite, seal of two-headed eagle Boğazköy C.1800 BC, Museum of Anatolian civilizations, Ankara
Mongolian cross and swastika with the cross taking the form of the double-headed eagle, a heraldic symbol going as far back as the Hittites of 1900 BC. The swastika is enclosed in an 8-rayed star probably representing Venus/Mary.
Thurston Hopkins - Two boys engrossed in their comic books, May 17th, 1952. °
Hititte, bird men, Zincirli, Das Vorderasiatische Museum Berlin (Ekrem Akurgal) (Erdinç Bakla archive)
Gold seal , the pointed oval mount set with a red jasper intaglio of two hands clasped in friendship, surrounded by a Latin inscription in Lombardic script: + SUM SINGUM AMORIS, translating I am the sign of love. At the back of the mount, behind the cross marking the beginning of the inscription there is a suspension loop. Mount and gem 13th century.
Ancient Babylonian Hematite Cylinder Seal - animal offering to Shamash (native Mesopotamian deity and the sun god in the Akkadian, Assyrian and Babylonian pantheons) - circa 1800 BC during the First Dynasty of Babylon 1894-1595 (?) BC
Ancient Gold, Amethyst Ring, circa 1100,
18 Seals of the mother goddess Inanna - from Sumerian culture