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Quetzal figure in a sculptured tablet of the Temple of the Cross at Palenque

symbolical representation of the Tree of Life of the Eldest Sons-- chiefs or nobility of a tribe, whose totemic bird was the quetzal

Türk Kozmolojisi: Nefis bir Kandil, üzeride Türk özelliği olan figürler harika

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Ancient Egyptian Art, Lds

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Ankh- Egyptian sign of life and indicates that the King or God holding it has the power to give life or take it away from lesser mortals.

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Palenque -- Mexican Mayan ruins on the western edgoe of the Mayan empire

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Ancient Egyptians mummified up to 8 million dogs as a sacrifice to the god of death, a study of the catacombs of Anubis in Saqqara near Cairo has revealed.

The land where LETTUCE was a sex symbol: Leafy vegetables were taken as an aphrodisiac in ancient Egypt and considered a delicacy of the god of fertility A distant relative of the cos lettuce was viewed as an aphrodisiac and used as a phallic symbol by ancient Egyptians An egyptologist from the American University of Cairo said lettuce was a phallic symbol and the favourite food of the Egyptian god of fertility, Min The leafy vegetable helped him earn his reputation as a great lover

The land where LETTUCE was a sex symbol: Leafy vegetables were taken as an aphrodisiac in ancient Egypt and considered a delicacy of the god of fertility

The land where LETTUCE was a sex symbol: Leafy vegetables were taken as an aphrodisiac in ancient Egypt and considered a delicacy of the god of fertility A distant relative of the cos lettuce was viewed as an aphrodisiac and used as a phallic symbol by ancient Egyptians An egyptologist from the American University of Cairo said lettuce was a phallic symbol and the favourite food of the Egyptian god of fertility, Min The leafy vegetable helped him earn his reputation as a great lover

Gates drawing of Dresden Codex Page 60

Verlagsanstalt - Graz - Austria on the FAMSI website - Codex Dresdensis

Mayan lord Pacal fly in scape with his craft.

Pakal's sarcophagus lid - Google Search
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