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Le statuette Dogu, rinvenute in alcune caverne nei pressi della "baia delle fiamme enigmatiche", sull’isola giapponese di Honshu, sono risalenti al periodo Jomon (2600 - 1200 a.C.);  http://www.extranormal.eu

Le statuette Dogu, rinvenute in alcune caverne nei pressi della "baia delle fiamme enigmatiche", sull’isola giapponese di Honshu, sono risalenti al periodo Jomon (2600 - 1200 a.C.); http://www.extranormal.eu

Çatalhöyük and Mother Goddess or Female figurines - Neolithic Age in Anatolia - at the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Ankara

Çatalhöyük and Mother Goddess or Female figurines - Neolithic Age in Anatolia - at the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Ankara

Figurine of a goddess Near Eastern, Anatolian, Early Bronze Age, 2500–2300 B.C. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Figurine of a goddess Near Eastern, Anatolian, Early Bronze Age, 2500–2300 B.C. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Middle Bronze Age Figurine Terracotta Israel National Maritime Museum

Middle Bronze Age Figurine Terracotta Israel National Maritime Museum

Figurine, Cucuteni-Trypillian culture (also known as Cucuteni culture, from Romanian; Trypillian culture, from Ukrainian; or Tripolye culture, from Russian) is a Neolithic archaeological culture which existed from approximately ca. 5500-2750 BCE, from the Carpathian Mountains to the Dniester and Dnieper regions in modern-day Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine.

Figurine, Cucuteni-Trypillian culture (also known as Cucuteni culture, from Romanian; Trypillian culture, from Ukrainian; or Tripolye culture, from Russian) is a Neolithic archaeological culture which existed from approximately ca. 5500-2750 BCE, from the Carpathian Mountains to the Dniester and Dnieper regions in modern-day Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine.

Cultura Valdivia 3500 AC- 1800 AC

Cultura Valdivia 3500 AC- 1800 AC

Statuette Valdivia Equateur

Statuette Valdivia Equateur

Valdivian stone figures are rectangular in shape with delineated eyes and features in characteristic minimalist style, Ecuador. (ca.3500-1800 B.C.)

Valdivian stone figures are rectangular in shape with delineated eyes and features in characteristic minimalist style, Ecuador. (ca.3500-1800 B.C.)

Ancestral Figure - Valdivia Culture - Ecuador 3500 - 2000 BC Limestone - William Siegal Gallery

Ancestral Figure - Valdivia Culture - Ecuador 3500 - 2000 BC Limestone - William Siegal Gallery

Valdivian Monolith Stone Block  Ecuador

Valdivian Monolith Stone Block Ecuador