This 40000 Years Old Narasimha Lion-Man Idol Is One Of The Biggest Mythological Discoveries

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This 40000 Years Old Narasimha Lion-Man Idol Is One Of The Biggest Mythological Discoveries
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There's so much about the human mythology that we don't know yet. You might come across various news stories about prehistoric findings which simply suggest that there is so much to explore. To sum things up, mythological discoveries are an ongoing process, it is happening every single day.

The article talks about one such discovery which amazed a lot of scientists all around the world. This discovery grabbed a lot of attention in the archaeological circles of Europe. Read out the whole story and share the news with your friends!

Löwenmensch, a lion-headed figurine is estimated to be about 40000 years old.

Löwenmensch, a lion-headed figurine is estimated to be about 40000 years old.

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It was discovered in a German cave named - Hohlenstein-Stadel.

It was discovered in a German cave named - Hohlenstein-Stadel.
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The sculpture is 29.6 cm in height, 5.6 cm wide and 5.9 cm thick. 

The sculpture is 29.6 cm in height, 5.6 cm wide and 5.9 cm thick. 
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It was carved out of wooly mammoth ivory using a flint stone knife.

It was carved out of wooly mammoth ivory using a flint stone knife.
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This figurine discovery is certainly a vital contribution to the mythology of humans.

This figurine discovery is certainly a vital contribution to the mythology of humans.
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The name currently used in German - Löwenmensch meaning "lion-human".

The sculpture is an idol of Lord Narasimha, 4th avatar of Lord Vishnu.

The sculpture is an idol of Lord Narasimha, 4th avatar of Lord Vishnu.
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Let's talk a little about Lord Narasimha.

Let's talk a little about Lord Narasimha.
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He is primarily known as the 'Great Protector' who in times of need, defends and protects his devotees.

Hoping to see more such discoveries in the near future!

Hoping to see more such discoveries in the near future!
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