The Chibusan Ancient Tomb in Kumamoto Prefecture is a front-rear burial mound. There is a stone chamber in the back circle, and a picture is drawn.


Seven circles, double circles and rhombus patterns can be seen here. These were common symbols.

The person with the three horned hands raised here is similar to Tanit. Tanit on the lower left also raises his hands. The right side shows Tanit and the palms of his hands.

The cross was also a common symbol, but the person in relief below raised his hands while showing his palm. In other words, the characters in the Chibusan Ancient Tomb have a common symbol pose that raises both hands while showing the palm of the hand.

The pose of raising both hands can also be seen in the image on the left, which represents the Babylonian Ishtar, and on the right, Ishtar and the jar around 1800 BC.

The seven stars were found in the Mesopotamian crescent moon, the cylindrical seal with the winged sun, and in the upper right corner of the lion's symbol table.

The rhombus pattern was found in the reliefs of Gobeklitepe and the Buddha.

Double circle of Egyptian ornaments.

In this way, the conclusion is that the Chibusan Ancient Tomb is also made of a common symbol.