The Armenian eternity sign is an ancient Armenian national symbol and a symbol of the national identity of the Armenian people. It is one of the most common symbols in Armenian architecture, carved on khachkars and on walls of churches.
Armenia seen on one of the bases supporting imperial reliefs in the Sebasteion. On the left it reads: "Armenia." On the right it reads: "Nero Claudius Drusus, Caesar Augustus Germanicus." Ancient Gaffitti ~ It's from Nero's conquest over Armenia and alliance with local Armenian lords.
Plaster cast of a Neo-Hittite relief; goddess facing right, wearing elaborate headdress, long hair and holding a flower; hieroglyphic Hittite inscription around top; painted black in imitation of original basalt; mounted in wooden frame.