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1 L‘arbre sacré, un symbole vivifiant

1 L‘arbre sacré, un symbole vivifiant

An urn lid from Maltegårdens Mark in eastern Zealand displays the incised figures of a man and woman. They are encircled by something that resembles a hair plait. This may be a fertility symbol. Bronze age, Prehistoric Period, Denmark, history

An Urn lid from Maltegardens Mark in eastern Zealand, Denmark displays the incised figures of a man and woman. They are encircled by something that resembles a hair plait. This may be a fertility symbol.

The Brno flagon. Celtic, 3rd century BC. Brno, Moravian Museum.

The Brno flagon. Celtic, 3rd century BC. Brno, Moravian Museum.

Bague | La Téne I | Bucy-le-Long (origine)

Bague | La Téne I | Bucy-le-Long (origine)

Anneau passe-guide décoré de têtes humaines; 3e siècle avant J.-C, âge du fer La Tène II - Paris (origine) bronze - Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

Anneau passe-guide décoré de têtes humaines; 3e siècle avant J.-C, âge du fer La Tène II - Paris (origine) bronze - Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

Grand masque Lega Bwami Congo  Large Mask MC0771 African Tribal Art Africain  Afrika African Tribal Art Africain  #tribal #africanart #tribalart arte africano Afrikanische Maske maschera mascara masker #lega #warega

Grand masque Lega Bwami Congo Large Mask MC0771 African Tribal Art Africain Afrika African Tribal Art Africain #tribal #africanart #tribalart arte africano Afrikanische Maske maschera mascara masker #lega #warega

Mater Matuta from the Estruscan city of Chiusi (4th c. BCE) In Roman religion, Mater Matuta was the goddess of the ripening of grain and of women fertility. Her worship in Italy was widespread and of ancient origin. The festival of the Mater Matuta (the Matralia) was held on June 11 and was marked by several unusual customs - among them that only free women in their 1st marriage might take part and that their prayers were not for their own children, but for those of their sisters.

Mater Matuta from the Estruscan city of Chiusi (4th c. BCE) In Roman religion, Mater Matuta was the goddess of the ripening of grain and of women fertility. Her worship in Italy was widespread and of ancient origin. The festival of the Mater Matuta (the Matralia) was held on June 11 and was marked by several unusual customs - among them that only free women in their 1st marriage might take part and that their prayers were not for their own children, but for those of their sisters.

tombe des boucliers, tarquinia, 350

tombe des boucliers, tarquinia, 350