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Daughters of Allah - Al-Lat by gpalmer

The patrons of pre-Islamic Mecca were Al-Lah ("The Lord" - a moon god who is not necessarily connected with the god of Islam), and three goddesses calle. Daughters of Allah - Al-Lat

The Daughters of Allah - Manat by gpalmer

In Mecca and the surrounding region, Manat was considered the goddess of fate…

The patrons of pre-Islamic Mecca were Al-Lah ("The Lord" - a moon god who is not necessarily connected with the god of Islam), and three goddesses called the "daughters of Allah." Muhammad is said ...

The patrons of pre-Islamic Mecca were Al-Lah ("The Lord" - a moon god who is not necessarily connected with the god of Islam), and three goddesses called the "daughters of Allah.

Nov. 12, 1939: This photo, published shortly after the start of the Second World War, ran with this caption: “The Winged Victory of Samothrace, another great achievement of the ancient Greek sculptors, packed for removal in accordance with plans for its protection formulated far in advance of the war.” A 2009 exhibition at the Louvre showed photos documenting how art was relocated for safety during wartime. Photo: The New York Times

The evacuation of the Winged Victory of Samothrace from the Louvre during World War II. Fuente: The History Of The Louvre Museum Paris France bloodandcandies The evacuation of the Winged Victory of Samothrace from the Louvre during World War II.

The patrons of pre-Islamic Mecca were Al-Lah ("The Lord" - a moon god who is not necessarily connected with the god of Islam), and three goddesses called the "daughters of Allah."  Al-Uzzah was associated with the moon and the morning star. Her primary temple was at aṭ-Ṭā’if, near Mecca, but she was also worshiped by the Nabataeans at Petra, who associated her with the Roman celestial Venus.

The patrons of pre-Islamic Mecca were Al-Lah ("The Lord" - a moon god who is not necessarily connected with the god of Islam), and three goddesses called the "daughters of Allah.

How Quantum Entanglement Works (Infographic)  by Karl Tate, LiveScience Infographic Artist

How Quantum Entanglement Works (Infographic) by Karl Tate, LiveScience Infographic Artist- In quantum physics, entangled particles remain connected so that actions performed on one affect the other, even when separated by great distances.