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    The Kernosovskiy idol, from Late Yamnaya culture. Clearly a representation of Perkuwnos, the Indo-European thunder god prototype.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Token View Post
    The Kernosovskiy idol, from Late Yamnaya culture. Clearly a representation of Perkuwnos, the Indo-European thunder god prototype.



    How clearly?

    I thought it was a burial for a elite noble and represents him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragan Ciobanu View Post
    How clearly?

    I thought it was a burial for a elite noble and represents him?
    The stele shows zoomorphic elements like a bull tail, phallic scenes and a phallus (Indra is a phallic god), the full body depiction of a bull (Indra and Zeus are both associated with bulls, Donar's debatedly so), a beard (omnipresent in IE thunder gods) and entire scenes of creation myths. The multiple maces that the statue holds may represent the thunder god's weapon (Vajra, Mjolnir, Perun's axe). Too many referrences to known cognatic Indo-European deities, and it was found in a open plain far from any burial.



    Yamnaya's funerary dedication statues are very different and much simpler.


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