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    OUTLINE INTRODUCTION: BODY: • LOCATION • HISTORICAL BACKGROUND • INFLUENCES 1. Religious 2. Social and Cultural 3. Materials • SYSTEM’S ANALYSIS 1. Structural system 2. Enclosure system 3. Special system • ARTS AND CRAFTS • LIFE IN CATAL HUYUK CONCLUSION • THE END OF CATAL HUYUK INTRODUCTION This report talks about CATAL HUYUK, its historical background and location. Furthermore, the report discusses the variable influences that Catal Huyuk went

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    The Role of the Goddess in Hindu Religion

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    A living, vibrant tradition of goddess worship is at the heart of the Hindu religion; many goddesses are worshipped on a daily basis throughout India and the Hindu world, although most individual goddesses are seen as a manifestation of one Great Goddess (Flood 174). The Goddess is an ubiquitous figure in popular media, devotion, and academic study. In 1975, an Indian movie called Jai Santoshi Maa (“Hail to the Mother of Satisfaction”) with a small budget, largely unknown cast, cheesy, almost comical

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    Modern World Mother Goddess Life as we know it has always known the worship of male deities. Pagan worship is not a common religion practiced in this day and age. To worship a female Goddess is out of the ordinary, but not for those living in a more ancient time. The Mother Goddess was widely known in the ancient religion and she was openly worshiped by many. Even mention in the Bible of those heathen idol worshipers that prayed to a women God, who is known in various places as Innin, Inanna, Nana

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    reflects the female form. The statuette has also been known as “la poire” or “the pear” due to its size and shape and more recently was donned the Woman from Willendorf. The removal of the title Venus served to take away the figurine’s status of goddess and lower it to the human level, therefore allowing more consideration of the figurine’s purpose (Witcombe, sec. 3). The sculpture is small, approximately 4 3/8 inches, and is carved of oolitic stone, a porous limestone. Since this particular stone

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    Ancient Times For years, people have said that since the beginning of civilization our society has been patriarchal. This assumption is wrong. Archeological evidence proves that in the beginnings, the cultures were female-centered, with a creator goddess. Women's roles were valued as more important than men's role specially because they could give birth. Although this is true, no evidence suggests that these cultures had a matriarchal society. In fact, the evidence found supports the idea of a society

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    and Philosophical Traditions of Ancient Greece and India ABSTRACT: I examine the role of Justice as it emerges in the early mythic and philosophical traditions of ancient Greece and India. Specifically, I focus on the Goddess Justice and her relationship to the Great Mother as the divine creator and final judge of all reality. I begin by tracing out the historical parallels in the development of ancient Greek and Indian conceptions of Justice and end by working out their philosophical similarities

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    Guardians of Earth

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    way, to the people of Earth. The animals were the only things they were allowed to give. One of the gods, Carol, goddess of love and caring, got some of the other goddesses to give Earth special gifts to help them live. The other goddesses that helped were: Eisteene, goddess of inventions and intelligence, Huntera, goddess of skill, and Bella, goddess of beauty and friendship. Each goddess gave what they were best at to the Earth. Soon after, Luminous found out of their kind gesture to the lesser Earth

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    The powers of Mesopotamian deities are seen in the various ways affecting lives of people in that era. These powers can be observed in the art, culture, traditions, religious activities, civilization and many more. Mesopotamian culture and their civilization started upon the development of the first cities on the end of the fourth millennium up to the near beginning of the years of the Roman Empire. In this era, Mesopotamian religion, which pertains to the religious practices and principles pursued

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    Summary Of Wakan Tanka

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    animal’s side when they would be in danger, and he had eyes to see the world and all its beauty and to make sure its beauty stayed preserved. When the being was made Wankan Tanka said, “You are called man and your duty is to love and nurture your mother earth. You may eat the fruit that grows and when there is a superfluous amount of animals you may eat them, but you must tell them why and thank them for their sacrifice and none of their body can go to waste. Your name shall be Cetan Luta.” The man

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    This movie is adapted from a book with the same title by Berkeley Breathed. Milo (motion by Seth Green, voice by Seth Dusky), a nine-year old boy, is struggling to free his mom (Joan Cussack) from the Martians. The Martians Supervisor (Mindy Sterling) who is regularly observing Earth has seen Milo’s mom successfully persuading Milo to do his chores. The Martians abduct Milo’s mom because they want her parenting skill to be extracted and implanted into the nannybots whose responsibility is to raise

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