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Ancient Greece - 6000-5000 B.C. Steatopygous Idol (George Ortiz, Collection, terracotta) by RasMarley, via Flickr

Ancient Greece - 6000-5000 B.C. Steatopygous Idol (George Ortiz, Collection, terracotta) by RasMarley, via Flickr

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

Early Cycladic culture evolved between ca 3300 – 2000 BCE (Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age).

Cycladic art

Early Cycladic culture evolved between ca 3300 – 2000 BCE (Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age).

Early Cycladic II, 2700–2600 BC ●彡

Early Cycladic II, 2700–2600 BC ●彡

NEOLITHIC ANATOLIAN Mother Goddess on feline throne (possibly a birthing chair?). Figurine from Level II, Catal Huyuk. (c. 5700 BCE) Turkey.

NEOLITHIC ANATOLIAN Mother Goddess on feline throne (possibly a birthing chair?). Figurine from Level II, Catal Huyuk. (c. 5700 BCE) Turkey.

Neolithic Mother Goddess  Syria, circa 4000 BC., no further info

Neolithic Mother Goddess Syria, circa 4000 BC., no further info

Female figurine. Marble. Early Cycladic II Period (ca. 2800 – 2300 B.C.)

Female figurine. Marble. Early Cycladic II Period (ca. 2800 – 2300 B.C.)

3000-2000 BCE 		   		   		    			Description 			This figure stands with feet together. It is unclear whether the arms, suggested by a raising of the material, bend at the elbow and embrace the chest or whether they continue downwards to the knees.

3000-2000 BCE Description This figure stands with feet together. It is unclear whether the arms, suggested by a raising of the material, bend at the elbow and embrace the chest or whether they continue downwards to the knees.

Diosa Madre. Neolítico. Turquía.

Diosa Madre. Neolítico. Turquía.

Anatolian stylized female figure,   > 3500 BC, 3500 BCE - 2500 BCE constructed from a sheet of hammered silver fashioned into a figure-eight shape. The figure’s head is pierced by two holes to indicate the eyes, and a narrow inward curving neck joins the head to a wide round body. The otherwise flat surface of the idol is marked with a vertical line of dots punched from the back of the object, and a circular arrangement of punched dots outlining the edge of body.

Anatolian stylized female figure, > 3500 BC, 3500 BCE - 2500 BCE constructed from a sheet of hammered silver fashioned into a figure-eight shape. The figure’s head is pierced by two holes to indicate the eyes, and a narrow inward curving neck joins the head to a wide round body. The otherwise flat surface of the idol is marked with a vertical line of dots punched from the back of the object, and a circular arrangement of punched dots outlining the edge of body.

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