Terracotta figure holding an infant 1450-1200 BC Late Cypriot II Culture

Terracotta figure holding an infant BC Late Cypriot II Culture (Cyprus)

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Bronze statuette of a Scythian mounted archer. The archer wears the distinctive Phrygian cap and fitted jacket of a Scythian. Etruscan, Campanian, early century B.

Fotoğraf: Fildişi figürin, kadın tanrıça, Kültepe, M.Ö. 1800-1700, Ankara…

Karum Kanesh Ib, ca. Ankara Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Turkey)Figure Kültepe; Karum Kanesh Ib, ca. Ankara Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Turkey)

Bell idol. This terracotta figurine dates to the 7th century BC (the Late Geometric period). Theban workshop of the Oinochoe Group.

Bell idol terracotta figurine dates by Theban workshop of the Oinochoe Group, the Late Geometric period, Cent.

Mother goddess Nammu, snake head Goddes figure, feeding her baby - terracotta…

The Sumerian mother Goddess Nammu ("Snake headed Goddess figure"). Terracotta, dated to around about BCE. Presently at the Iraq Museum, Baghdad.

Mother Goddess Terracotta statuette figure - circa 6000-5000 BC Neolitic Age, found Hacilar Höyük in Burdur, Western Anatolia - at the Florence archaeological Museum

Mother Goddess Terracotta statuette figure - circa BC Neolitic Age, found Hacilar Höyük in Burdur, Western Anatolia of Turkey - at the Florence archaeological Museum

Mother Goddess figurine From the island of Kárpathos, Aegean Sea - Neolithic…

Goddess figure from the island of Kárpathos, Aegean Sea about BC, Neolithic Age, probablyi the earliest stone sculpture from Greece - at the British Museum

Neolithic, Anatolian Seated Goddess Figurine -- Excavation site, Çatal Höyük.

In a 10 month investigation, Sunday Night infiltrates one of the world's most worrying new cults. But most chilling, this cult is Australian, spreading and

ratak-monodosico: “ Female Figure, from Ma’mariya, Egypt Created circa 3500…

Neolithic figurines - arched back and triangular heavy legs Female Figure, from Ma’mariya, Egypt Created circa 3500 B., Brooklyn Museum This terra-cotta figure was uncovered in an Egyptian burial site in > Vincent Gazier /.

Bactria-Margiana Terracotta Sculpture of a Woman - RP.063 Origin: Central Asia…

Bactria-Margiana Terracotta Sculpture of a Woman - Origin: Central Asia Circa: 2000 BC to 1200 BC Dimensions: high x wide Collection: Near Eastern Art Style: Bactria-Margiana Medium: Terracotta

Ceramic vessel from 1200-200 BCE. Found in Chavin Peru.

Ceramic vessel from BCE. Found in Chavin Peru.

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