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Blood & Honey Icon Altar & Stone Goddess

Collectivizing Memory- Spaces and Places of Female Memory that anchor the rich Neolithic Past into present time

Perhaps, one of the most earliest Bird Goddess temple was excavated in a Sesklo site (Northern Greece) by Daniel Shimabuku and Shan Winn in 1973-4. The altar had the Bird Goddess figures set against the temple's incredible pottery etched with icons and symbols that meant regeneration. Artist Connie Simpson sets her Stone Goddess and altar to regard female commemorative practices as if to extend the millennia long divinized patrons of female community and female humanity


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