his dwarf-like, protective deity was very popular in ancient Egypt; amulets in the shape of this god were particularly popular from the Third Intermediate period. The Greek name Pataikos comes from a passage in the writings of Herodotus (ca. 5th century BC), who used this term to describe a Phoenician protective dwarf-like image. The Egyptian Pataikos is a special manifestation of the creator god Ptah and the dwarf-like appearance symbolizes his magical power. 4th BC
Amulet of Pataikos on Crocodiles
*ANCIENT EGYPT RUINS
Jomon goddess figure (Japan's Jomon era: 14,000 BC to about 300 BC)
The world’s oldest flute. It was carved from the bone of a griffon vulture approximately 35,000 years ago. Archaeologists found it at Hohle Fels Cave in Germany.
2008 Miroco Machiko
Decoration detail: Tomb of Ramses VI, Kings Valley, Luxor West Bank, Egypt
Ancient Egyptian statues were supposedly hacked out with copper chisels and stone pounders. And yet many of these statues have been found to be prefectly symmetrical. We would struggle to acheive this today, so how did these ancient stone worked achieve such high precision?
EL CÓDICE NO ESCRITO – Tehotihuacán El Amanecer Cultural (VI)
EL CÓDICE NO ESCRITO – Tehotihuacán El Amanecer Cultural (VI) | ecoturismo esoterico
Palette of Narmer, c. 3000 B.C. The first written history in the entire world! I want to travel to Egypt, such rich history.