This is except on the Senmut star map where it is shown in quite another version.Yet it has still been placed correctly - near the top of the celestial World-axis.Ancient, widespread civilizations of prehistoric times - being traced and discovered more and more by modern science - could have existed several places on earth.
More so, on the map the specific picture have been attached some hieroglyphs showing clearly to be read in the direction from the right to the left, displaying the name mw(jt) nwt ht , i.e.
Pleiades are called seven in number, but only six can be seen ...".
Around the world, in many countries and localities, - which in prehistoric times may appear to have had some kind of connection - this constellation is, in addition, often called "the young women" or "girls".
The biblical Job text - mostly in archaic Hebrew and 3,500 years of age - could contain an extra allusion. These stars are designated the watery bodies, the humids, - and this group of stars is marking the season of rain or flood In all ancient Mediterranean civilizations the Pleiades were important in use in the agricultural calendars.
It may be showing a lingering loss of the 7th Pleiad which apparently failed to remain being fixed on the firmament: "... Transatlantic versions of constellations: It is a fact that reminiscences of our well-known zodiac system were found with the Mayas - prior to the arrival of the Spaniards in Central America in 1492.