Early Bronze Age Stone Double-Headed Disc-Shaped Figurine and Child - PF.0310 Origin: Central/Western Anatolia Circa: 3000 BC to 2500 BC Dimensions: 6" (15.2cm) high x 5" (12.7cm) wide Catalogue: V1 Collection: Biblical Medium: Stone

themagicfarawayttree: Early Bronze Age Stone Double-Headed Disc-Shaped Figurine and Child - Origin: Central/Western Anatolia Circa: 3000 BC to 2500 BC Dimensions: high x wide Catalogue: Collection: Biblical Medium: Stone

Statuette of a female, Iran, 1,000 B.C.E.

Statuette of a female Period: Iron Age II Date: ca. early millennium B. Geography: Northwestern Iran, Caspian region Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: H. cm Classification: Ceramics-Sculpture Credit Line: Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1964 Accession Number:

Female figurine, Unknown artist (probably Syrian), Nimrud, Iraq. Neo-Assyrian, ca. 8th century BCE.

ancient-mesopotamia: “ Female figurine, Unknown artist (probably Syrian), Nimrud, Iraq. Neo-Assyrian, ca.

AN AMLASH TERRACOTTA STEATOPYGOUS FIGURE EARLY 1ST MILLENNIUM B.C. With broad hips and short tapering legs, arms curved around to hold her small breasts, with pierced ears

Amlash Steatopygous Figure, Early Millennium B. Has broad hips and short tapering legs, arms curved around to hold her small breasts, pierced ears.

Spouted Anthropomorphic Vessel Western Iran, circa 1000-650 B.C. Furnishings; Serviceware Buff ware 11 1/2 x 3 3/4 in. (28.5 x 9.5 cm) Gift of Nasli M. Heeramaneck (M.76.174.165) Art of the Ancient Near East

Spouted Anthropomorphic Vessel Western Iran, circa B. Serviceware Buff ware 11 x 3 in. x cm) Gift of Nasli M. Heeramaneck Art of the Ancient Near East no artist named

Northern Iran, marlik art, earthenware vessel in the form of a female, ca 1000 BC. ظرف سفالین با شمایل انسان، تمدن مارلیک ۱۰۰۰ قبل از میلاد by:‏Virtual Museum of Iran Art / موزه مجازی هنر ایران‏ (page on facebook).

Northern Iran, marlik art, earthenware vessel in the form of a female, ca 1000 BC. ظرف سفالین با شمایل انسان، تمدن مارلیک ۱۰۰۰ قبل از میلاد by:‏Virtual Museum of Iran Art

AMLASH TERRACOTTA STEATOPYGOUS FEMALE FIGURE Iran, circa early 1st Millennium B.C.

AMLASH TERRACOTTA STEATOPYGOUS FEMALE FIGURE Iran, circa early Millennium B. With broad hips and short tapering legs, the stubby arms incised with indicated fingers, the long neck with globular head and a high headdress, the breasts and navel.

Statuette of a female Period:Iron Age II Date:ca. early 1st millennium B.C. Geography:Northwestern Iran, Caspian region The Metropolitan Museum

Statuette of a female Period: Iron Age II Date: ca. early millennium B. Geography: Northwestern Iran, Caspian region Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: H. cm Classification: Ceramics-Sculpture Credit Line: Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1964 Accession Number:

Amiash Idol, Ancient Near East. 1st millennium B.C.E. Terracotta. Amlash refers to sites in the province of Gilan, Iran, along the Caspian Sea. Figures and animals were made in ceramic and bronze. The figures with "button" faces are thought to have been used in conjunction with burial rituals.

Northern Iran, Amlash terracotta idol of fertiltyl ca BC.

South Arabian peninsula circa 3rd-1st century BCE

Stele carved with a stylized human face -- alabaster -- South Arabian peninsula -- c century BCE

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