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Quote by Aesop: “There are many statues of men slaying lions, bu...”

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The Lion and the Statue

Martin Bailey. The exhibition and radio programmes will explore the practices and expressions of religion in communities around the world through time. He is also writing a book entitled Living with the gods, which will be published in March The Lion Man greets visitors at the start of the exhibition. Discovered in as a heap of fragments, the figure was first reconstructed 30 years later to resemble a standing bear or big cat, but with a human head. Additional shards were incorporated in , when researchers realised its lion form.

Strange Unexplained Mysteries

Post a Comment. August 25, , archaeologists excavating in the mine were performing Stadelhole find attached a lot of mammoth bones, and a statuette, which is a strange creature: half man, half lion. The most important thing is what experts believe represent. The statuette depicts a mysterious being, about which nothing is known. The body of man and head of a lion figurine raises many questions about the civilization that created it. Does such a man existed 40, years ago or simply talking about a shaman who knew very well capable secrets of nature? Since ancient times, the lion was the symbol of courage and power.

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