Shiva Lingam is exhibited in Gregorian Etruscan Museum, Vatican City.Shiva is ancient Slavic Goddess Zhiva (life) and what you see on the picture is egg - a life.
Zhiva is also Slavic name for Mercury or "Messenger of Gods".
And here if you remember Amazon helmets with wings which are older then patriarchal Mercury as male or angel you can get clear picture of Herstorical line.
Her Story in Slavic means KCER STVORI or Daughter Created.
Kcer is found even in Tocharian as daughter in form of Cker.
Same word is Hittite for daughter etc
This is your Hera
This is also your Korai's or Kariatides, just daughters.
Now back to Dalmatia; DOTA is HER PROPERTY that is adopted by HIM in ceremony of marriage.
It is obvious that contemporary word for Daughter stems from "property" and not by living, breathing woman.
Slavs have Dushti in late development of the language too.
Dushti use to be a title of a princess or todays Dutchess.
Sharabha (Sanskrit: शरभ, Śarabha, Kannada: ಶರಭ) or Sarabha is a part-lion and part-bird beast in Hindu mythology, who, according to Sanskrit literature, is eight-legged and more powerful than a lion or an elephant, possessing the ability to clear a valley in one jump. In later literature, Sharabha is described as an eight-legged deer.
There you have once again WINGED creature.
I do not consider Sanskrit heritage of India but Sclavia - period.
Vatakin in sanskrit meanings;
वातकिन् vAtakin adj. suffering from wind-disease
वातकिन् vAtakin adj. rheumatic
वातकिन् vAtakin adj. gouty
Vatika in sanskrit, meanings;
vAtika adj. produced by or proceeding from disorder of the wind
vAtika adj. mad
vaTikA f. pawn
vAtika m. juggler or conjurer
vAtika m. man of mere words
vaTika m. pawn [ chess ]
vAtika m. boaster
winds of change?
what changes with winds? Arya or air of course...
वटिका vaTikA f. under vaTaka
many people in EuroAsian mythology are named after WINDS or Veneti, Vendi, Vandals
such are Hyperboreans or Vitar Bura (wind Bura, north wind), maybe even Hitra Bura (fast north wind)
Jugo (south wind) is named after enormously old tribe that lived on Adriatic (before arrival of Venets who were Trojan survivors) - Eugani.
Levant or Dalmatian Levanat is old form of LIVO NA - to the left as Levant is to the left looked from Adriatic. Old Dalmatian form in not NA LIVO as today but LIVO NA. (to disbelievers check Dalmatian songs sung in dialect, preferably Gan Vejan or Pelashtina)
as V or H can be ignored in old Slavic you get ATA KAN.
AT is other Slavic word for horse, today a male horse or stalion.
But if you do not want to ignore V you get Vata Kan or CHASE or HUNT in slavic is VATAnje or HVATAnje.
Kan is horse in slavic but also ZENA (as whores are horses). As was always woman compared to a donkey, horse or mule--when she conceived a male or Jesus--he rode into Jerusalem on a MULE, remember?
In english KAN is KIN or born of a mother which is to be found back in Sklavic as Angelkin - kin means hers in slavic-- is alegedly a tribe that give name to England. In reality Angel-kin is Antas kin.
Ata known today as "a father" stems from epitet of ancient Goddesses in all cultures who's full name was ANTA.
Anta pronaunced fast changes T into K as in Ankh.
Anta is full name of Sumerian sky god today known as ANU or he god.
In Egypt is was NUT.
ATA eNA is Athena.
Diana is Dea eNa.
Anahit reversal as in eN 'aTa
Juno was Diva , as Thea or Dea Ata is same title, N is always present regardless of fleating wovels.
Juno or Juturna is a Slavic Goddess not just by obvious "morning star" conotation (juturna) but also with her name JUNO as a young calf - today called June.
She give name to a Moon Luna because Dalmatians call moon Lojna and all lights Luch, Loj (cow fat) to make Kandilo-oil or fat lamp, LUSTRA for the fish scales.
And here you can see that old representation of the Moon as Holy White Cow as Moon in Rig Vedas( Rich Veda- talking words in slavic) Riga is line drawn on a tree or carved on the rock. RISati means "to draw". Remember Π(P) is R and this is how you get todays word PISati (to write) instead. PISati is cognate to Pishati or to piss.
I said before that writing Goddess and women out of His Story is "pissing conquest".
Word "scrive" in "latin" means TO HIDE in Slavic.
In my archives there are images and carefully selected "scientific linguist" perversions they wrote over time which I'm gonna add later.