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Blood & Honey Icon: Transparency & Invisibility

cyladic archeological figures, Cycladic Islands, Cycladic I period

Categorized in these topics: Baba Yaga Blood & Honey

The inheritance of "Old Europe" in what is formerly known as Yugoslavia and the Balkans has left a footprint in later periods. The Cycladic islands in archeological burial sites often contained tiny bottles and blue azurite. Cylandrical or round vessels- or vases decorated with spirals, rays symbolizing the Great Mother captured artist Connie Simpson's paintbrushes. This blood & Honey Icon of Transparency & Invisibility allows a glimpse of what remains a mystery or invisible to modern era about the early 3200 BCE Cycladic culture ritual, narrative representation while accessing ancient social memory.


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