A statuette of Osiris-Iah, a combination of the gods Osiris (God of the Dead and Lord of the Duat) and Iah (a lunar deity) dating from Late Period or Ptolemaic Period (664–30 BCE). (2,666 × 4,000)

A statuette of Osiris-Iah, a combination of the gods Osiris (God of the Dead and Lord of the Duat) and Iah (a lunar deity) dating from Late Period or Ptolemaic Period (664–30 BCE). (2,666 × 4,000)

[OC]Stone Feline Effigy from The Street of the Dead Complex at Teotihuacan, Mexico. Photo taken at “Teotihuacan, City of Water, City of Fire” at the Phoenix Art Museum [3456×5184]

[OC]Stone Feline Effigy from The Street of the Dead Complex at Teotihuacan, Mexico. Photo taken at “Teotihuacan, City of Water, City of Fire” at the Phoenix Art Museum [3456×5184]

“The Shaft of the Dead Man” cave painting in Lascaux cave, France. Featuring a disemboweled bison and a man with a bird-shaped head having an erection. 17,000 years old. [1522 x 1191]

“The Shaft of the Dead Man” cave painting in Lascaux cave, France. Featuring a disemboweled bison and a man with a bird-shaped head having an erection. 17,000 years old. [1522 x 1191]