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IRAN: GODDESS FIGURES.
Terracotta fertility goddess idols, one with a bird's head (right). Elamite, from Susa, Iran, 3rd millennium B.C.
MOLDOVA: GODDESS FIGURE.
Clay fetility goddess figure of the Cucuteni culture, Moldova, 3rd millennium B.C.
IRAN: GODDESS FIGURE.
Terracotta fertility goddess figure from Tureng Tepe, northeastern Iran, 3rd millennium B.C.
ISRAEL: GODDESS FIGURE.
Israelite pillar figurine from a tomb in Bethlehem, possibly meant to represent Astarte, the Canaanite fertility goddess.
SACRIFICE TO PRIAPUS.
The sacrifice to Priapus, god of fertility. Italian copper engraving by Jacopo de Barbari, c1500.
Ancient Egypt Wooden statue of the god Osiris (god of fertility and of the dead) - grave good - 715-331 B.C. -.
VENUS OF LESPUGUE.
Paleolithic Venus figure from Lespugue, France. Mammoth ivory, c25,000 B.C. Photographed in 1935.
TURKEY: GODDESS FIGURE.
Terracotta seated figure of a mother goddess giving birth, flanked by leopards, from the Neolithic ruins at Catal Huyuk in southern Turkey, 7th millennium B.C.
IRAN: GODDESS FIGURES.
Terracotta fertility goddess idols, Elamite, from Susa, Iran, 3rd millennium B.C.
INDIA: GODDESS FIGURE.
Terracotta mother goddess idol from northern India, 3rd century B.C.
FEMME JUIVE OF DJERBA.
Jewish woman in Djerba, Tunisia (on the wall are written the symbols of fertility) 80's. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights
TURKMENISTAN: GODDESS FIGURE.
Seated fertility goddess figure. Painted clay, southern Turkmenistan, late 4th millennium B.C.
EGYPT: HATHOR, 1823.
The ancient Egyptian goddess Hathor, wearing a vulture headdress. Illustration by Léon-Jean-Joseph Dubois, published in 'Pantheon Egyptien' by Jean-François Champollion, 1823.
EGYPT: TAWARET, 1823.
The ancient Egyptian goddess Tawaret. Illustration by Léon-Jean-Joseph Dubois, published in 'Pantheon Egyptien' by Jean-François Champollion, 1823.
DIONNE QUINTUPLETS, 1934.
Oliva Dionne with his quintuplet daughters shortly after their birth on 28 May 1934 at Callendar, Ontario, Canada.
VENUS OF LESPUGUE.
20th-century replica of the Venus of Lespugue, a Paleolithic ivory Venus figure from Lespugue, France, c25,000 B.C.
NAILOR: SUN GOD AND MOTHER.
The sun god endowing a Navajo mother with health and fertility. Gouache on paper, c1940, by the Navajo artist Gerald Nailor, Sr.
INFERTILITY CLINIC, 1956.
Chief microbiologist Henry Isenberg examining a specimen at the Long Island Jewish Hospital Infertility Clinic in New Hyde Park, New York. Photograph, by Al Ravenna, 1956.
The Greek goddess (Roman goddess Ceres) of the growth of food plants, enthroned with her attribute of wheat.
Line engraving after a wall painting in Pompeii, Italy, 19th century.
TREE OF LIFE.
Norse-Teutonic mythology. Woodcut, 1515, by Hans Baldung Grien.
SUMER: DRINKING TROUGH.
End view of a carved limestone drinking trough, probably from the temple of the goddess Inanna at Uruk (Warka), southern Iraq. Sumerian, late prehistoric period, c2900 B.C. Width: 38 cm. (15 inches).
VENUS OF WILLENDORF.
Late Paleolithic stone statuette, found in Austria, dating from about 24,000-22,000 B.C.
WORLD WAR I: DESOLATION.
The terrible desolation of once-fertile hills and valleys in France. Stereograph, c1918.
Fictile statuette representing the goddess of fertility 1st-3rd Century A.D., Roman art. Full Credit: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
Roman civilization, 2nd century A.D. Relief depicting the Allegory of Earth. From Carthage, Tunisia. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights re
EGYPTIAN SYMBOL: MENAT.
Various menats, symbols representing the heavy beaded necklace associated with the goddess Hathor. The menat symbolizes the ideas of virility, family and joy.
TEST-TUBE BABY, 1978.
Front page of the London, England, 'Evening News,' 27 July 1978, announcing the birth of Louise Brown, the world's first 'test-tube baby,' conceived by in vitro fertilization.
MERCURY AND PUDICITIA.
Mercury (Greek name Hermes), giver of fertility, offering his purse to Pudicitia, personification of chastity, who refuses it. Copper engraving, French, 18th century.
Terracotta mold and plaque of the goddess Ishtar. Old Babylonian period, early 2nd millennium B.C. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
People walk by Fontana di Trevi, the most magnificent of fountains. Emil P. Albrecht.
TLATILCO: FERTILITY FIGURE.
Ceramic female figure holding an infant, from Tlatilco, Mexico, 1700-1300 B.C. Height: 17.5 cm.
MENNONITES: HEX SIGN.
Tree of Life, symbol of fertility, from an American Mennonite hex sign.
EGYPT: HATSHEPSUT TEMPLE.
Statue of Hathor, the cow-headed god of fertility, at the 18th Dynasty Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir-el-Bahri, Thebes, Egypt. Photograph, c1907.
Woodcut from Vincenzo Cartari's 'Imagini de i Dei degli Antichi,' Venice, 1571.
Semitic symbol of life and fertility.
MARS, DIANA AND VENUS.
Roman dieties. Mars, god of war; Diana, goddess of the hunt; and Venus, goddess of love and fertility. Line drawing.
EGYPTIAN SYMBOL: HATHOR.
Hathor, the ancient Egyptian goddess of the sky and of women, fertility and love. Line drawing.
SHINTO DEITY: INARI.
Inari, the rice bearer, the Japanese Shinto deity of agriculture and fertility. Line drawing.
PATENT MEDICINE PAMPHLET.
Page from a 19th century American pamphlet advertising the German Electric Suspensory Belt as a cure for 'nervous debility' and 'loss of vigor,' discreet terms for impotence.
VIKING FERTILITY GOD.
Bronze statuette, Swedish, 11th century.
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