New Goddess Discoveries: She is Reemerging - Literally
Goddesses seem to be rediscovered all the time. Advances in archeology and carbon dating have made it easier to assess the age of the goddesses discovered. Every time one is pulled from the ground it reminds us that the Goddess was, and still is, part of our world. Here are some of the Goddesses found in recent Archeological expeditions or that resurfaced around the world. Click on the headlines to access the stories.
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A statue of Hestia, the Greek goddess of the hearth, was discovered in 2004-2005 at the ancient city of Aigai in the western province of Manisa. It will be exhibited at the Manisa Archeology Museum, which is set to be opened this year.
It may be over 3,000 years old and it is part of the ancient Hallstatt culture. It was believed to be used during ancient rituals associated with water.
Archeologists discovered an ancient rain shrine dedicated to a rain goddess in a mountain fortress. They think it may be the long-lost city of Natuonia in ancient Iran.