Rams & Sheep

The ram was an important symbol in Roman culture. They were strongly associated with the horned god, Faunus, who made cattle fertile. Rams were considered as a sacred symbol in many cultures, including those of the Near East, and were used frequently on pottery ware to denote ideas of fertility and agricultural abundance. The ram was also a symbol of the Sumerian god of fresh water, Enki.

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