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A collection of seals and tablets from a single house along the main street leading to the southern gateway of Mound E at Harappa. The association of these different types of objects together in one house show that some people, possibly merchants, were using a wide variety of inscribed objects. Harappa Archaeological Research Project.

A collection of seals and tablets from a single house along the main street leading to the southern gateway of Mound E at Harappa.

VENERE DI WILLENDORF- 20000 a.C. circa- pietra calcarea scolpita a tutto tondo- da Willendorf, Austria- Vienna, Naturhistorisches Museum

VENERE DI WILLENDORF- 20000 a.C. circa- pietra calcarea scolpita a tutto tondo- da Willendorf, Austria- Vienna, Naturhistorisches Museum

VENERE DI BRASSEMPOUY- 21000 a.C. circa- avorio di mammut- dai pressi di Brassempouy, Francia- Musée d'Archéologie Nationale, Parigi

Venus de Brassempouy (from Wiki: is a fragmentary ivory figurine from the Upper Palaeolithic. It was discovered in a cave at Brassempouy, France in About years old, it is one of the earliest known realistic representations of a human face and hairstyle.

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The Venus of Hohle Fels is an Upper Paleolithic Venus figurine dated to between 35 000 and 40 000 years ago, belonging to the early Aurignacian, and is the oldest undisputed example of Upper Paleolithic art and figurative prehistoric art in general

Venus of Hohle Fels, 35,000-40,000 BCE, Mammoth ivory, Upper Paleolithic figurine found in 2008 near Schelklingen, Germany, belonging to early Aurignacian, at the very beginning of the Upper Paleolithic, which is associated with the assumed earliest presence of Homo sapiens in Europe (Cro-Magnon). It is the oldest undisputed example of Upper Paleolithic art and figurative prehistoric art in general. In 2011, being researched at University of Tübingen…

The Venus of Hohle Fels is an Upper Paleolithic Venus figurine dated to between 35 000 and 40 000 years ago, belonging to the early Aurignacian, and is the oldest undisputed example of Upper Paleolithic art and figurative prehistoric art