Ancient goddesses: the myths and the evidence

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British Museum Press, 1998 - History - 224 pages
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Is the idea of goddess at the dawn of civilization a historical fact, or just consoling fiction? In this text, historians and archaeologists investigate the evidence for goddesses in ancient civilizations.

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This book takes a unique look at the evidence and evolution of goddesses from ancient Sumeria to the Britsih Isles. It dispells many myths of a single "Mother Goddess" created by modern New Agers and ... Read full review

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From Modern Myths
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A Critical View from Archaeology of Gimbutas
22
The Archaeologies of Gatalhoyuk
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