The cattle became totemic symbols in most great ancient civilizations very early. Whether it was the symbolism of the military, sacred symbolism, or the symbolism of the state, the cattle made history in most ancient civilizations. The original imposition of the cattle as totems and later even as gods or sacred beings was the result of the fact that they primarily ensured the livelihood of mankind and also a means of social hierarchy. In the economic area, by the agriculture and transport, the cattle became indispensable to people in major ancient civilisations. It is not incidentally that heraldry has kept this symbol full of grandeur and art created timeless works with these animals.