Male Lizard figurine artifact was found at Al Ubaíd archeological site in Southern Iraq-Arabia. It belongs to a such called Ubaíd period, dating 5900 - 4000 BCE, which predates the Sumerian culture. Figurine holds a phallus looking staff or Mace
See below image of House of Parliament Mace representing justice, ME or MES, (Rules) word similar to the MESS meaning a state of disorder or confusion. Other meaning refer to Wikpedia below ME or Mes.

The left head object authenticity unknown but there is no explanation for the figurine intriguing (mask like) shape, the statuette is labeled "a ritual object", as it common in the archeological circles when uncertain what a particular object represents. The object seem to express a humanoid head enclosed in a headgear which may be best characterized as a helmet. NFOSource

A ceremonial mace is a highly ornamented staff intended to represent the official's authority.

Although their precise role and symbolism is obscure the mace is more clearly associated with authority; and is thought to represent a generic king. Ceremonial maces are also prominently depicted throughout in ancient past royal art which kings are shown performing rites or making religious gestures while holding a mace to symbolise their authority

Left image of Ceremonial House of Parliament Mace.

In Sumerian mythology, mes are the decrees of the Gods foundational to those social institutions, Religious practices, Technologies, Behaviors, Mores and Human conditions that make civilization, as the Sumerians conceived of it possible. They are fundamental to the Sumerian understanding of the relationship between Humanity and the GODS.
From Wikipedia.



Male Reptile Lizard figurine holding mace with shoulder bumps
from Southern Iraq- Arabia Eridu seven miles from UR believed
by the Sumerians to be the first city. Dated around 5000 BCE.
Iraque Museum Baghdad.The figurine is similar to right
South Americas long head figurine with bumps on shoulders.

South Americas figurine Mexico where civilazation 1st began The figurins has long head and round bumps
on shoulders. The long head is a depiction of high status. The image is similar to left Iraq-Arabian image. British Museum Dated around 300 AD - 300 BCE

Female Reptile Lizard figurines feeding her long headed child with four dot markings from Southern Iraq-Arabia. British Museum. Ubaid period about 5500 BCE- 4000 BCE. NFOSource Figure is similar to right image from the Americas, Mexico.




Mother Female figure feeding a long headed child from
Americas The long head is a sign of high status and was achieved by binding the head with cloth at a young age.
British Museum. Mexican, Nayarit, 300 AD - 300 BCE.







Female Reptile Lizard figurine of mother feeding a
long headed child; Ubaid, Ur, Southern Iraq,
5500 BCE - 4000 BCE






ANCIENT Europe Ukraine, Moldavia, Serbia around 4500 BCE - 4000 BCE

Old Europe
Mother feeding a long headed child Ukraine , Moldavia, Serbia around 4500BCE - 4000 BCE Figurine also represented, the upper and lower waters, which she controlled, represented by under ground labyrinthine (of the Caspian Sea?), reflected in the markings on her body. REF: from The |Gods and Goddesses Of Old Europe 7000 BCE - 3500 BCE ,
Marija Gimbutas. Image reference Christan zervos,
'Naissance de la Civilisation en Grece I & II
Editions, cahiers D'Art.14, Rue Du Dragon, Paris - VI



Female reptile figurines terracotta. The Ubaid - Southern Mesopotamia period,
5000 BCE - 4000 BCE found in Ur ,
Ubaid culture. NFOSource


Egypt clay figurine woman feeding a long headed child
period 1650 BCE -1550 BCE. British Museum



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