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Sketchbook page 'Figure Studies in Turkey & Syria 1842 by Richard Dadd.

Sketchbook page 'Figure Studies in Turkey & Syria 1842 by Richard Dadd.

As escavações de Çatal Huyuk ficaram famosas na década de 1960, quando começaram a revelar a existência de belas expressões artísticas. Em 1993, uma equipe internacional de arqueólogos – liderada pelo britânico Ian Hodder – deu início a novos trabalhos, descobrindo que aquela região da Turquia, chamada Anatólia, foi o centro de uma cultura bastante avançada da Pré-História ( cf. José Sergio Osse – Supermundo – Agosto/2008). Da pasta: Adendo I - Ícone.  Catal Huyuk Turkey

Figurative Sculpture of a Neolithic Abundant Goddess From Catal Hoyuk Turkey with copper wash finish side view. year old goddess figure from Turkey.

"Tel Halaf" - Fertility Figurine - Syria - 5000-4000 BC - Terracotta w/traces of pigment -  As early as the 7th millennium BC, cultures in the Near East began to create organized settlements with well-developed religious and funerary practices.  The Halaf culture of Anatolia (central Turkey) and northern Syria arose around 5000 BC and produced remarkable female figurines with distinctive fertility attributes. This statuette is seated wlegs extended, her arms cradling her protruding…

ancientpeoples: “ “Tel Halaf” Fertility Figurine Syria BC Terracotta with traces of pigment “As early as the millennium BC, cultures in the Near East began to create organized.

Statuette of a Goddess, c. 2000-1000 BC SculptureSyrian, 2nd millennium BCBronze Age, c. 3000-1200 BCClay, hand modelled with applied features10 x 4cm (315/16 x 19/16 in.) Creation Place: Syria, AsiaHarvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum

Harvard Art Museum- Arthur M Sackler Museum. Venus statuette of a Goddess, c. BC Sculpture Syrian, millennium BC Bronze Age, c. BC Clay, hand modelled with applied features 10 x 4 cm x 1 in.

Mother Goddess backside of seated statue 6500 BC Catal Huyuk in Turkey

Mother Goddess backside of seated statue 6500 BC Catal Huyuk in Turkey

diosa de la fertilidad. Anatolia, Turquía, 6000 AC.

Fertility Goddess -- Circa 6000 BCE -- Excavated at Anatolia, Turkey -- FormerlyBelonging to the Schimmel Collection, New York.

Seated figure Period: Neolithic Date: ca. late 8th millennium B.C. Geography: Syria

Neolithic Goddess Period: Neolithic Date: ca. late millennium B. Geography: Syria Medium: Limestone Dimensions: x in.

NEOLITHIC ANATOLIAN Mother Goddess on feline throne (birthing chair?). Figurine from Level II, Catal Huyuk. (c. 5700 BCE) Turkey.

Seated Mother Goddess flanked by feline form; figurine from Level II, Catal Huyuk.

massarrah:  Female Figurine from Mesopotamia This terracotta female figure (14cm x 9cm x 2cm) shows a nude female with a large, patterned pubic area, conventions typical of female figurines from Mesopotamia that symbolize and emphasize fertility. The style of this patterning and of the facial features suggest it to be from the Early Dynastic III period. (Source) Terracotta, 3rd millennium BCE. Brooklyn Museum.

Female Figure Medium: Terracotta Place Made: Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq, Turkey, & Syria) Dates: late millennium B.

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