In the sarcophagi found in the mosaic museum of Antakya, which dates back to 4000 BC, the heads of bulls were used in the form of symmetry. The bull appeared on stage in Egypt in 2500 BC and was considered sacred. Apis, the god of the bulls, represented the goddess Isis. Apis, carrying a sun and a moon disc between its horns, is also considered the God of death and rebirth. In Mesopotamia, the Moon God Sin was given the form of Taurus, and in Egypt the Moon Goddess was accepted as the oğ Taurus of the Stars ”. • Bull culture In 2700-2000 BC, even in Crete, Cyprus, Sardinia and Malta Islands, bull heads and horns are hanging on the walls of the house even today.