6,000-3,000 BCE. FEMALE FIGURINE.   Mehrgarh (Bolochistan Pakistan) is a major neolithic site for the civilization’s continuous subsistence patterns as well as its craft and trade specialization. It predated the Indus Valley Civilization which lies to the east and most likely influenced it's development as well.

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Mehrgarh:The roots of Shaktism: a Harappan goddess figurine. Date: 3000 BCE - 5500 BCE Location: Mehrgarh, Harappa Female figurines were found in almost all households indicating the presence of cults of goddess worship.

Inanna the Sumerian Mother Goddess

Seated Mother Goddess Period:Indus civilization, Mehrgarh style B. Culture:Pakistan (Baluchistan) Medium:Terracotta Dimensions:H.

Sumerian sculpture of the goddess Inanna/ Venus; later  barrowed by a horde of cultures  Circa: 3900 BC

Sumerian sculpture of the goddess Inanna/ Venus; later barrowed by a horde of cultures Circa: 3900 BC

La primera Diosa de la tierra era Gordita!!!

Votive figure from Altyn-Depe (the Golden Hill), Turkmenistan. Altyn-Depe is an ancient settlement of the Bronze Age - B. like modern art from 2500 BC!

Harvest goddess from Mohenjo Daro. This figurine was found in the ancient city of Mohenjo-Daro. Most human figurines found in the ruins of that culture are feminine which indicates that women had a high standing in that society. Mohenjo Daro, or "Mound of the Dead" is an ancient Indus Valley Civilization city that flourished between 2600 and 1900 BCE. It was one of the first world and ancient Indian cities. The site was discovered in the 1920s and lies in Pakistan's Sindh province.

Harvest Goddess Statue from Mohenjo Daro Mohenjo Daro, or "Mound of the Dead" is an ancient Indus Valley Civilization city that flourished between 2600 and 1900 BCE. It was one of the first world and ancient Indian cities. The site was discovered in the

Indus civilization - Mother Goddess. The Indus Valley Civilization was a Bronze Age civilization (3300–1300 BCE; mature period 2600–1900 BCE) in the northwestern region of the Indian subcontinent consisting of what is now mainly present-day Pakistan and northwest India.

Derived from the Indus Valley Civilization, terracotta, Sar Dheri, Gandhara, century BCE VAM

Indus Valley Terracotta Figurine of a Fertility Goddess - LO.567  Origin: Pakistan/Western India  Circa: 2600 BC to 1900 BC

Indus Valley Terracotta Figurine of a Fertility Goddess - Origin: Pakistan/Western India Circa: 2600 BC to 1900 BC. Interesting the headdress closely resembles the headresses of the plains indians of North America.

Indus Valley Figurine Seated male figure

Harappan Seated Male Figurine, Indus Valley (Harappa flourished from 2600 to 1700 BCE) [male?

Une figurine de Mehrgarh - Pakistan, vers 3000 avant J.-C. Musée Guimet, Paris. Les plus anciennes figurines en céramique en Asie du Sud ont été trouvées à Mehrgarh, et ce avant même que la poterie n'y apparaisse. Les premières figurines sont assez simples et ne présentent pas de caractéristiques complexes. Cependant, elles gagnent en sophistication avec le temps et vers 4000 avant J.-C. commencent à montrer leurs coiffures caractéristiques et leurs typiques seins proéminents.

A figurine from Mehrgarh [Pakistan], c. (Musée Guimet, Paris) The oldest figurines in South Asia were found at Mehrgarh.and were prevalent even before pottery appears.

Seated Mother Goddess Period: Indus civilization, Mehrgarh style Date: 3000–2500 B.C. Culture: Pakistan (Baluchistan) Medium: Terracotta

Seated Mother Goddess Period:Indus civilization, Mehrgarh style B. Culture:Pakistan (Baluchistan) Medium:Terracotta Dimensions:H.

de Monejo Daro, en el Valle del Indo;2500 a 1500 A.C.

Mohenjo Daro, Indus Valley, c. BCE, female figurine with arms crossed under breasts, an animal or child on left arm.

Indus Valley Terracotta Fertility Goddess side view.

Indus Valley Terracotta Figurine of a Fertility Goddess - Origin: Pakistan/Western India Circa: 2500 BC to 2000 BC Dimensions: high Collection: Asian Art Medium: Terracotta

Mehrgarh Period VII, c. 2800-2600 BC., Extremely attractive nude female goddess with colorful necklace over her breasts

Mehrgarh Period VII, c., Extremely attractive nude female goddess with colorful necklace over her breasts

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