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Panoramio - Photo of LA DEA TANIT SOLE LUNA di Onano Sebastiano. Pietra trachite scolpita da Uccheddu

Panoramio - Photo of LA DEA TANIT SOLE LUNA di Onano Sebastiano. Pietra trachite scolpita da Uccheddu

Punic Art - 4th century b.C. - Limestone votive cippus with relief depicting a bottle on an altar, symbol of Carthaginian Goddess Tanit  - stock photo

Punic Art - century b. - Limestone votive cippus with relief depicting a bottle on an altar, symbol of Carthaginian Goddess Tanit - stock photo

Phoenician funeral stele - Moon-Goddess Tanit with sun & moon | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

like yamai"Phoenician funeral stele - Moon-Goddess Tanit with sun & moon from Carthage - London British Museum"

Home Decor Objects : ca. 2nd-3rd C. BCE. Phoenician grave stela dedicated by Gaius Julius Arish son

Home Decor Objects : ca. Phoenician grave stela dedicated by Gaius Julius Arish son

Tapering limestone stele fragment, detail of a Tanit symbol flanked by a hand and a caduceus. At the ends of crossbar are two curved "arms". There is a curved headdress possibly a crescent moon below the circle. Unusual features - use of caduceus finial with snakes' heads; elongated lozenge may be either male or female genitalia.

Tapering limestone stele fragment, detail of a Tanit symbol flanked by a hand and a caduceus. At the ends of crossbar are two curved "arms". There is a curved headdress possibly a crescent moon below the circle. Unusual features - use of caduceus finial with snakes' heads; elongated lozenge may be either male or female genitalia.

CNAf0231aBardoPantheonTombstone.jpg (576×720)

CNAf0231aBardoPantheonTombstone.jpg (576×720)

Limestone stela with a dedication to Baal From Carthage, north Africa (modern Tunisia) century BC Dedicated by Gaius Julius Arish, son of Adon-Baal This stela comes from a religious precinct known as the tophet at Carthage.

Stelae of Tiya, Ethiopia - sure looks like two space ships blasting off

Steles of Tiya, Ethiopia, south of Addis Ababa. The site contains 36 monuments…

depictions of women

An assortment of Goddess figures // female icons // ancestral mothers // sacred women // life givers // original source

Tophet funerary stelae, showing (below moon and sun) a symbol of Tanit, queen goddess of Carthage

Tophet at Carthage – Site archéologique de Carthage, Tunisia - Atlas Obscura

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