Trial of Moses, Sistine Chapel, 1481-1482
"Now what is even more bizarre is that Botticelli made a painting called 'Trials of Moses' and she is carrying a chihuahua. In recent weeks a chihuahua also won the 'ugliest dog' competition in the USA."
Clearly, Bottecelli was showing the people that the one that was promised to Moses is a woman, because the person in that painting is definitely not a man. As we know in Rev 12, the wondrous woman from heaven mentioned also has a child, just like the picture of the 'Trials of Moses'. When my Jordan was that age, I was a single parent mother, running my own business. The ten days = ten years of trials is also mentioned in the book of Revelation. The one that was victorious and overcome is also mentioned in Rev 2 and Rev 3.