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Venus Willendorfiensis, imago Palaeolithici Superioris, a 24&thsinp;000 ad 22 000 a.C.n. caelata.
Venus Dolní Věstonice, una ex primis corporis humani depictionibus notis, originem a cultu Gravettio aevi Palaeolithici Superioris trahit, abhinc annorum fere a 29 000 ad 25 000 a.C.n.
Hindui Durgam maximam deam maternam habent.
Homines donum Pachamamae, matri terrestri, Humahuacae Argentinae dant.
Isis Horum nutrit. Statua in Museo Lupariensi conservata.

Dea materna, vel dea mater, est dea quae naturam, matris statum, fertilitatem, mythos creationem, vel destructionem repraesentat vel personificat, vel largitatem telluris effingit. Tales deae, cum telluri vel mundo naturali comparantur, aliquando terra materna vel mater terrestris appellantur.

Multae deae matris statum varie repraesentaverunt, et nonnullae ad omnes homines natos adiungitur, cum universo et omnibus rebus quae intra quod inveniuntur. Aliae in loco fertilitatis telluris steterunt.

Dea materna in theosophia Planetarius Telluris Logos appellatur.

Dea materna in Wicca aliquando Gaia appellatur.[1]

Nuakea in Havaiis antiquis fuit dea materna lactationis.

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Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Sage Woman (periodicum), Connecting to Gaia, fasciculus praecipuus (vol. 79, autumno 2010).

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Gimbutas, Marija. 1989. The Language of the Goddess. Harpercollins. ISBN 0062503561.
  • Gimbutas, Marija. 1991. The Civilization of the Goddess. Franciscopoli: Harper. ISBN 0062503375.
  • Neumann, Erich. 1991. The Great Mother. Ed. 7a. Bollingen. Princetoniae: Princeton University Press. ISBN 0691017808.
  • Giorgio, J. F. del. 2006. The Oldest Europeans. A. J. Place. ISBN 9806898001.
  • Goldin, Paul R. 2002. On the Meaning of the Name Xi wangmu, Spirit-Mother of the West. Journal of the American Oriental Society 122(1):83–85.
  • Jain, P. C. 2004. Conception and Evolution of The Mother Goddess in India.
  • Knauer, Elfried R. 2006. The Queen Mother of the West: A Study of the Influence of Western Prototypes on the Iconography of the Taoist Deity. In Contact and Exchange in the Ancient World, ed. Victor H. Mair, 62–115. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press. ISBN 9780824828844; ISBN 0824828844.
  • Mellaart, James. 1976. The Neolithic of the Near East. Macmillan. ISBN 9780684144849.*White, Gavin. 2013. The Queen of Heaven: A New Interpretation of the Goddess in Ancient Near Eastern Art. Solaria. ISBN 9780955903717.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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