As cited and cued in the article
Conjuring Eden:
Art and the Entheogenic Vision of Paradise
Entheos: Vol. 1 Issue 1, Summer 2001.
By Carl A.P. Ruck, Blaise D. Staples, Mark Hoffman
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[1] Etchings in sandstone, radiocarbon dated to 5600 BC, near El-Hosh in the Nile valley quite probably depict mushrooms in their phalloid state.
[2] Assyrian bas-relief from the palace of King Ashurnasirpal at Nimrud, the King with a Genie, Hood Art Museum, Dartmouth College.
[3] Assyrian cylinder seal (drawing), with the Tree represented by pomegranate-poppies, with attendant Genies with pails of unguent and pine cones pollinating the king. From the early Neo-Assyrian Period.
[4] Assyrian cosmic pillar, bas-relief, Oriental Museum, Istanbul.

[5] Hittite royal seal, Cylinder seal.
(from Toads and Toadstools, Adrian Morgan 1995)

[6] Exultet roll, Monte Cassino monastery, dated 1075.
[7] St. Matthew enthroned, Canterbury Codex Aureus, c. 750 (Stockholm).
[8] Compare St. John enthroned, Canterbury Codex Aureus.
[10] Gospel Book of Otto III: The Sermon on the Mount, Reichenau, 1010. Folio 34, Verso, CLM. 4453, Staatsbibliothek, Munich.
[9] Codex Aureus and mushroom details.