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A MAYA POLYCHROME VESSEL,  LATE CLASSIC, CA. A.D. 550-950  the tapering form painted with two lords seated between columns and exchanging bundles of feathers and ritual flowers, one figure wearing a large jaguar head with spotted pelt of skin as ear ornament, the other figure with long dark coiffure wrapped in quetzal plumes, a column of secondary glyphs including ahau , "lord", and primary sequence boldly painted above.

A MAYA POLYCHROME VESSEL, LATE CLASSIC, CA. A.D. 550-950 the tapering form painted with two lords seated between columns and exchanging bundles of feathers and ritual flowers, one figure wearing a large jaguar head with spotted pelt of skin as ear ornament, the other figure with long dark coiffure wrapped in quetzal plumes, a column of secondary glyphs including ahau , "lord", and primary sequence boldly painted above.

Yoni flower sculpture Sacred Feminine Womb of Creation. Symbol of feminine creative power.  From my Heart and hands, this sculpture was

Yoni flower Womb of Creation *********RESERVED for Yeliz********** sensual flower sculpture, sacred space ~ Shawna Hawk Rose

Yoni flower sculpture Sacred Feminine Womb of Creation. Symbol of feminine creative power. From my Heart and hands, this sculpture was

The Papyrus Fresco.This fresco comes from the Room of the Ladies from the house of the same name.The papyrus flowers are shown in groups of three and cover three walls. Beneath the plants may be a river, a common association in both Minoan and Egyptian art. The discovery of ritual vessels within four sealed containers under the floor of the room suggests that it was used as a shrine. (Museum of Prehistoric Thera, Santorini).

The Papyrus Fresco.This fresco comes from the Room of the Ladies from the house of the same name.The papyrus flowers are shown in groups of three and cover three walls. Beneath the plants may be a river, a common association in both Minoan and Egyptian art. The discovery of ritual vessels within four sealed containers under the floor of the room suggests that it was used as a shrine. (Museum of Prehistoric Thera, Santorini).

Greek Pottery :: Minoan Pottery :: Cretan ritual Rhyton - This rhyton features a flower motive. Ritual rhyta were used during religious processions and libations. About 1460 B.C. Archaeological Museum of Heraklion, Greece

Greek Pottery :: Minoan Pottery :: Cretan ritual Rhyton - This rhyton features a flower motive. Ritual rhyta were used during religious processions and libations. About 1460 B.C. Archaeological Museum of Heraklion, Greece

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