Female figurine with jewelry and costume from Ludus, Serbia, Dubovac Culture, 15th century BCE, terracotta
Sumerian sculpture of the goddess Inanna/ Venus; later barrowed by a horde of cultures Circa: 3900 BC
Neolithic, about 4500-3200 BC From the island of Kárpathos, Aegean Sea The earliest stone sculpture from Greece in the British Museum
5000-year-old stone carvings to relics of the Phoenician, Roman, Arab and Medieval Christian eras on the island of Malta are now at the Gozo Museum of Archaeology. - Gozo - Museum of Archaeology - Visit Gozo
The 5,000-year-old Neolithic carvings of concentric circles, interlocking rings and hollowed cups were uncovered as part of a four-year English Heritage-funded initiative, in partnership with Northumberland and Durham County Councils
Tiryns is the usual setting for the initial setting in Bellerophon's myth. It's also a friggin' sweet example of ancient mycenaean architecture. Dig those corbeled arches.
Sheila Na Gig - Female figures found on many early christian churches presenting exaggerated female genitalia.