Astarta, Nefertiti, Snake-woman Nagini, Yakshini and Others in "Miss Ancient Perfection" Beauty Contest - Earth before the Flood: Disappeared Continents and Civilizations

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Astarta, Nefertiti, Snake-woman Nagini, Yakshini and Others in "Miss Ancient Perfection" Beauty Contest

In this section I will place photos of sculptures and images of the most ancient women -inhabitants of the Earth, peculiar and unique beauty of which have been embodied by sculptors and  artists many years, centuries and millenaries ago. And though in the most cases they lived much more after the heroines who had excited them on the immortal creations, they, undoubtedly, had larger knowledge of them, than we have

Goddess Astarta-Ishtar-Inanna (most likely - apsara)
Miss ancient perfection. Astarta - Ishtar - Inanna
Statuette of alabaster, terracottas, gold, rubies from Hillah necropolis near to Babylon (II century BC). Louvre, Paris
Nagini in appearance of a semiwoman-semisnake
Miss ancient perfection.Snake-woman nagini
Dzhori temple, Belur, India
Yakshini in a human appearance
Miss ancient perfection. Yakshini
Bharhut, India
Nefertiti, grandparents of which could be Vidyadharas, Charans or Siddhas
Miss ancient perfection. Nefertiti
Akhetaton (modern El-Amarna, Egypt), a limestone statue, the New museum in Berlin (XIV century BC)
Yakshini in a human appearence (front view)
Miss ancient perfection. Yakshini
Didarganj, Bihar, a statue from glazed sandstone. Patna museum, India (apprx. 300 BC)
Yakshini in a human appearance (back view)
Miss ancient perfection. Yakshini
Didarganj, Bihar, a statue from glazed sandstone. Patna museum, India (apprx. 300 BC)

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