Index by Entry

1. 3,000,000, Overview of Hominid Evolution Including

    Dark Mothers and Later Migrations

2. 1,000,000-10,000, Paleolithic Overview

3.  1,000,000-50,000, Early (Lower) Paleolithic Age 

     Symbols, Signs, and Sacred Scripts

4.  500,000-300,000, Dark Mother Tan Tan

5.  285,000, Ocher at Kaphtururin Formation

6.   280,000-250,000, The Berekhat Ran Figure

7.  92,000, Qafzeh Cave and Ochre Symbolism

8.  70,000, Blombos Cave and V Shaped Engravings

9.  50,000-10,000, Late (Upper) Paleolithic Summary

10.  50,000, African Homo Sapiens Migrations

11.  50,000-30,000, Mousterian Age

12.  40,000, Har Karkom

13.  34,000-28,000, Les Eyzies Vulva Engravings, Dordogne Caves

14.  31,000, Chauvet Cave and Vulva Engravings

15.  30,000-25,000, Aurignacian Age

16.  30,000, Labyrinths, Spirals, and Meanders

17.  30,000-25,000, Goddess of Willendorf, Austria

18.  26,000, Grimaldi Caves

19.  25,000-20,000, Gravettian Age

20.  25,000  Caravanserai, Trade Routes, and Dark Mothers

21.  25,000-20,000, Goddess of Laussel

22.  24,000, Dolni Vestonice

23.  23,000, Goddess of Lespugue

24.  22,000, Maiden with Hood from Brassempouy

25.  20,000-15,000, Solutrean Age

26.  15,000-10,000, Magdalenian Age

27.  15,000-12,000, Lascaux Cav

28.  13,000-11,000, Altamira Cave

29.  12,300, First Human to the Americas

30.  12,000, Pamukkale/Hierapolis, Anatolia (Central Turkey)

31.  10,000, Grotta dell’Addaura

32.  10,000-8,000, Mesolithic

33.  8300-4500, Sha'ar Hagolan (Sha’ar HaGolan)

34.  8000/7000-5000, Early Neolithic.

35.  7250-6150, Ҫatal Hüyük, Anatolia

       (Central Turkey Ҫatal Hüyük, 1989.)

36.  7100-6300, Cathedra Goddess of the Beasts:

       Catal Hüyük, Anatolia

37.  7040-3500, Hacilar, Anatolia

38.  7000-5000, Early Neolithic Crete

39.  7000, Jericho, Canaan/Palestine: Mesolithic to Neolithic

40.  7000, Qal’at Jarmo, Iraq

41.  7000-3500/1450, Old Europe

42.  7000, Corfu, Gorgons, and Medusa

43.  7000, Hieros Gamos

44.  6500-5500, Neolithic Expansion of Eastern Europe

45.  6500-5600, Sesklo, Greece

46.  6500-5000, Dniester-Bug Culture

47.  6500-3500, Snake Goddess, Crete

48.  6500-3000, Aegean Neolithic Age

49.  6000, Sicilians to Malta

50.  5500-3500, Chalcolithic or Copper Age

51.  5500-3500, Cucuteni (Tripolye) Culture, Eastern Europe

52.  5500-5200, Bukk Culture

53.  5500-4000, Dimini Culture Replaces Sesklo Culture in Greece

54.  5500-5000, Old European Writing Examples from Sicily

55.  5400-4100, Vinca Culture and Bird and Snake Goddesses,

       Eastern Europe

56.  5400-3700, Tisza Culture, Eastern Europe

57.  5400-3500, Ancient Aphrodite: Chalcolithic or Copper Age

58.   5300-4300, Climactic Phase and Script in Old Europe

59.  5200, Malta and Gozo Temples.

60.  5000-3500/3000, Middle–Late Neolithic, Europe Deities. 

       Goddess symbolism was prominent,

61.  5000, Hathoric Capitol, Cyprus Cyprus and Egypt Deities.

62.  5000, Near and Middle East Halaf Culture.

       Numerous goddess figures

63.  5000, Lengyel Culture Replaced Linearbandkeramik,

       Old Eastern Europe, Old Eastern Europe Europe Cultures.

64.  5000-4900, Inanna in Uruk, Mesopotamia Inanna – Ishtar.

65.  4700, Dolmens

66.  4400-2500, Kurgan Invasions Bring Catastrophic

       Destruction to Old Europe Transformation of Old Europe. 

67.  4400-2500, Olympus Hera

68.  4000-3000, Locmariaquer, Brittany Hook Symbology

69.  4000, Alaca Hüyük, Anatolia

70.  4000, Sumer, Mesopotamia, and Mythologems

71.  4000, Nile Bird Goddess, Egypt

72.  4000, Garden of Eden, Sacred Trees, and Pillar Cults

73.  4000-3500, Gavrinis, Brittany, France

74.  4000-3000, Egypt, Africa, and Cathedra Goddesses

75.  3500-1100, Indo-European Bronze Age

76.  3500, Anatolia, Arinna, and Other Goddesses

77.  3500-3200, Knowth, Ireland

78.  3500-2500, Cycladic Islands

79.  3400-3000, Wave II of Kurgan/Indo-European Invasions

80.  3400-2900, Mesopotamian Writing from The Protoliterate Period

81.  3250, Scorpion Tableau, Earliest Egyptian Proto-Hieroglyphics

82.  3200, Irish Neolithic

83.  3200-539, Proto Elamite Goddesses and Matrilineal Aspects

84.  3100-2600, Proto Bronze Age Crete, Writing, and Heroes

85.  3100, Stonehenge, England

86.  3000, Avebury, England

87.  3000, Woodhenge, England

88.  3000, Middle Indo-European Bronze Age

89.  3000, Tell Brak

90.  3000-2780  Egyptian Bronze Age / First Dynasty 

91.  3000-2500, Wave III of the Kurgan/Indo-European Invasions

92.  3000-2890, 1st Dynasty Hathor and Narmer Palette

93.  3000, First Dynasty, Egypt

94.  3000, Gula-Bau, Babylonian Queen of Physicians

95.  3000, Earliest Menorah Finds

96.  3000, Founding of Troy

97.  3000-2000, Anatolia, Kubaba, and the Hittites

98.  3000-2000, Cycladic Goddesses

99.  3000-1450, Gournia

100.  3000-2500, Cruciform Goddess, Chalcolithic Age, Cyprus

101.  2750, Silbury Hill, England

102.  2686-2181, Old Kingdom Egypt (2600 Fifth Dynasty)

103.  2613-2494, Hathor’s Dendera (Denderah) Temple, Egypt

104.  2600-2000, Early Bronze Age, Crete,

         Chthonian  Pre-palatial Early Minoan (Em I-III)

105. 2600-1100, Late Indo-European Bronze Age

106. 2600-2150, Myrtos, Crete

107. 2500, Troy, Anatolia

108. 2500, West Kennet Long Barrow, England

109.  2500-2000, Egyptian Medical Text

110.  2500, Inanna, Holder of the Me

111.  2400, Sumerian Women in the Akkadian Period (Southern Iraq)

112.  2400, Lilith and Eve

113.  2400, Fifth Egyptian Dynasty

114.  2370-2316, Akkadian Enheduanna and Inanna’s Hymns

115. 2300, Sumerian Transitions

116. 2300-2100, Edfu, Egypt

117. 2200, Nahariyah and Ashrath-Yam

118. 2000, Bethel, Almond City, and Asherah

119.  2000-1450, Middle Bronze Age, Crete, Chthonian Peak Temple             (Palace) Period, Middle Minoan Period (Mm Ia-MmII)

120.  2000, Anatolia

121.  2000, Indo–European Tribes

122.  2000, Babylonian Mythology

123.  2000, Asherah

124.  2000-1200, Ras Shamra

125.  1900-1800, Dawning of the African Alphabet and the

         Aniconic Goddess Triangle

126.   19th To 15th Century, Castelluccio Culture

127.  1800, Re-Visioning Goddess Sarah and Abraham

128.  1790-1700, Goddess of Kultepe, Anatolia

129.  1750, Hammurabian Dynasty, Babylon, Ishtar, and Inanna

130.  1750, Ishtar

131. 1650, Hurrians and Goddess Tiamat

132.  1600, Minos Controversy

133.  1600-1100, Heroic Age of Greece

134. 1600, Mycenaeans Dominant on Greek Mainland

135.  1580, Zeus

136.  1550-712, New Empire or New Kingdom I, Egypt

137.  1500, Lachish Ewer, Triangle, and Menorah

138.  1500, Karnak, Egypt

139.  1500, Athena Lindos’ Temple

140.  1490-1468, Deir el Bahri, Egypt, Hatshepsut Mortuary Temple 

141.  1479-1425, Tuthmosis III, Egyptian King

142.  1450-1100, Late Bronze Age Crete/Post-Palatial/Late

         Minoan (Lm Ib/IIIa-Lm IIIc)

143.  1450-1260, Hattusa and Yazilikaya, Anatolia

144.  1400-1000, Post Palace Period

145.  1400, Cybele and Buyukkale/Bogazkoy, Anatolia

146.  1391-1335, Akhenaten, Heretic Pharaoh of Egypt

147.  1370, Tutankhamen

148.  1320, Palestine - Assyria - Exodus of Hebrews from Egypt

149.  1290-1223, Abu Simbel, Egypt

150.  1260, Hittites, Anatolia

151.  1200, Moses and the Midianites

152.  1200-500, Biblical Narratives of Genesis and the Hebrew Bible

153.  1200, Perge, Anatolia

154.  1200-1000, Phrygians in Anatolia

155.  1184, Hittites and Trojan War, c. 1200

156.  1100-800, Iron Age *

157.  1100-800, Mediterranean Dark Ages

158.  1050-850, Kubaba and Kubat, Anatolia

159.  1000, Ephesus, Anatolia

160.  1000, Double Goddess Transition

161.  1000, GODS …

162.  1000-600, Davidic Kingship, Solomon, Philistines, and

         Temple Transitions

163.  1000-600, Site of Muweilah in Southeastern Arabia

164.  970, First Temple, Menorah, and Weavings

165.  900, Taanach, Canaanite Libation Stand

166.  900-800, Ka Goddess, Salamis, Cyprus

167.  800, Tanit (also Taanit, Ta’anit, Tannit, or Tannin) Ankh.

168.  800, Carthage, Africa, the Goddess Tanit and Sacrifice

169.  800-500, Archaic Greek Age

170.  800-700, Kuntillet Ajrud and Khirbet El-Qom

171.  750-650, Cybele and King Midas, Anatolia

172.  700-550, Apollo at Delphi and Didymaion

173.  668-626, Sumerian Mythology

174.  664-525, Neith and the Black Virgin Mary Temple at Sais, Egypt

175.  650-550, Anatolia

176.  630-620, Goddess Kore, Izmir, Turkey

177.  600-398, Astarte / Anat / Ashtaroth / Asherah / Ishtar and

         Yahweh, Egypt 

178.  600, Goddess Kaabou at Petra, Saudi Arabia

179.   587-588, Cybele’s Dedication, Rome

180.  586 BCE Destruction of the First Temple, Jerusalem Exile

181.  587-500, Demise of Sumerian and Babylonian Goddesses

182.  585-300, Lydia Replaces Phrygia, Anatolia

183.  575 BCE  Acropolis and Sanctuary of Demeter Malophoros,

         Selinus, Sicily

184.  550 BCE Cathedra Goddess Kourotrophos: Megara

         Hyblaea, Sicily

185.  538 BCE-70 CE, Second Temple Period

186.  528 BCE Agrigento, Sicily

187.  515 BCE Jews Return to Palestine

188.  500 BCE-0, Classical Age

189.  500-400 BCE Classical Greek Era and Leading Male Authors

190.  500 BCE Greek Mysteries

191. 500 BCE-200 CE, Gnosticism, Gospels, Orphic Hymns, and Sophia

192.  400 BCE Celtic Sheela-Na-Gig

193.  400 BCE Cathedra Goddess Isis

194.  384-322 BCE Aristotle’s Theory of Rational Male Dominance

195.  370 BCE Isis and Philae, Egypt

196.  323-30, Temple Kom Ombo, Egypt

197.  305-30, Esna Temple

198.  282-263, Demeter’s Priene Temple, Anatolia

199.  250, Ishtar Statue

200.  204, Cybele to Rome

201. The Great Cybele: Magna Mater at Santoni, Sicily

202, Greece and Pergamon, Anatolia

203 Winged Victory of Samothrace, Greece

204.  Second Century, Hebrew Bible Translated to Greek

205.  Mecca, the Ka’aba and Sacred Stones

206.  100 BCE-43 CE, Julius Caesar’s Roman Conquests

         and the Roman Age of Persecution

207.  First Century BCE-Sixth Century CE, Summary of Female Catholic Priests and Synagogue Leaders

208.  88, Aphrodisias, Turkey

209.  50, Rome, Egypt, and Book of Wisdom

210. BCE-50 CE, Philo of Alexandria

 

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GSA "Goddess, Sites and Artifacts Collection "  curated by Eahr BA Joan 

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