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Arte Prehistórico en la Península Ibérica

Arte Prehistórico en la Península Ibérica

Artes figurativas de la prehistoria.

Artes figurativas de la prehistoria.

Prehistoric earthenware vessel, part of a beaker-culture pottery group. It was made of black clay decorated with incised geometric motifs filled with white paste. Dated in the early Bronze Age (19th/14th century BCE) this vessel was found in 1894 as a part of a funerary equipment at Ciempezuelos (Spain)

Prehistoric earthenware vessel, part of a beaker-culture pottery group. It was made of black clay decorated with incised geometric motifs filled with white paste. Dated in the early Bronze Age (19th/14th century BCE) this vessel was found in 1894 as a part of a funerary equipment at Ciempezuelos (Spain)

NEOPRIMITIVISMO

NEOPRIMITIVISMO

Great Mothers, This was the symbol for 'God' in 6300-5300 BCE. Humans once revered LifeCreation- The Divine Feminine before adoration was controverted and stolen by  DeathDestruction- The destructive masculine.

Great Mothers, This was the symbol for 'God' in 6300-5300 BCE. Humans once revered LifeCreation- The Divine Feminine before adoration was controverted and stolen by DeathDestruction- The destructive masculine.

a 10,000 year old Anatolian Mother Goddess wearing a Beehive styled tiara. The Beehive inspired motif was popular in earliest society and confirmed the Goddesses exalted status as a Queen Bee who ‘streams with honey’, a substance of considerable importance, and status, in ancient times.

a 10,000 year old Anatolian Mother Goddess wearing a Beehive styled tiara. The Beehive inspired motif was popular in earliest society and confirmed the Goddesses exalted status as a Queen Bee who ‘streams with honey’, a substance of considerable importance, and status, in ancient times.

Mohenjo-Daro Mother goddess ~ Western India: Early Harappan 3500-2700 BC (Mohenjo-Daro, Mehrgarh, Jodhpura, Padri)

Mohenjo-Daro Mother goddess ~ Western India: Early Harappan 3500-2700 BC (Mohenjo-Daro, Mehrgarh, Jodhpura, Padri)

Anatolian Neolithic Green Steatite Figure of a Mother Goddess, c. 4000 B.C. (Neolithic Amulet)  	Near East .  Green steatite, rounded and stylised body features, delineated breasts, pointed arms .

Anatolian Neolithic Green Steatite Figure of a Mother Goddess, c. 4000 B.C. (Neolithic Amulet) Near East . Green steatite, rounded and stylised body features, delineated breasts, pointed arms .

Mohenjo-daro mother goddess

Mohenjo-daro mother goddess

Goddess of the throne. The genderless seated terracotta figure from the Vinča culture, was found at the site of spinning mill, near Pristina, Yugoslavia, in 1956. The figurine’s head is five angular with sharp facial contours; the eyes are almond shape and the ears are pierced and there are four holes in the chignon (from the French phrase “chignon du cou” which means nape of the neck) and it is likely that hair or a head-dress was fixed through these holes.

Goddess of the throne. The genderless seated terracotta figure from the Vinča culture, was found at the site of spinning mill, near Pristina, Yugoslavia, in 1956. The figurine’s head is five angular with sharp facial contours; the eyes are almond shape and the ears are pierced and there are four holes in the chignon (from the French phrase “chignon du cou” which means nape of the neck) and it is likely that hair or a head-dress was fixed through these holes.