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Goddess pottery statuette, Steatopygous İdol - from Neolithic Age in Europe, circa 5.000 BC

Goddess pottery statuette, Steatopygous İdol - from Neolithic Age in Europe, circa BC

Figure schématique de type violon, culture du Cycladique, Grèce, archipel des Cyclades

Art des Cyclades et apparenté aux Cyclades - Les Musées Barbier-Mueller

"Bird Lady" a Neolithic Egyptian ceramic, Naganda IIa Predynastic 3500-3400 BCE, Brooklyn Museum

"Bird Lady", Neolithic Egyptian ceramic, from Ma’mariya, Naganda IIa Predynastic BCE, Brooklyn Museum

Egyptian Predynastic Female Figurine dating to circa 3650-3300 B.C. Terracotta, 11 1/2 in. (29.3 cm) high. Located in the Brooklyn Museum

TERRACOTTA - Egyptian Predynastic Female Figurine dating to circa B. Terracotta, 11 in. Located in the Brooklyn Museum

Idole féminine Amlash, stéatopyge, terre cuite, début du 1er millénaire avant J.C.

Idole féminine Amlash, stéatopyge, terre cuite, début du 1er millénaire avant J.C.

cucuteni trypillian godess Romania Moldova Ukraine oldest civilizations eastern europe

cucuteni trypillian godess Romania Moldova Ukraine oldest civilizations eastern europe

(Romania) Cucuteni Trypillian Godess Romania, Moldova, Ukraine oldest civilizations, Eastern Europe.

Art néolithique - Les Musées Barbier-Mueller

Art néolithique - Les Musées Barbier-Mueller

The Venus of Willendorf  Age: Around 25,000 BCE  Material: Oolitic Limestone  Found: Willendorf (Austria) in 1908  Present Location: Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna (Austria)  Length: 10.6cm  Width: 5.7cm  Depth: 4.5cm

The Venus of Willendorf- Age: Around BCE Material: Oolitic Limestone Found: Willendorf (Austria) in 1908 Present Location: Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna (Austria) Length: Width: Depth: Ancient Craft - prehistoric art.

c. 3000 BCE Early Bronze Age, Western Anatolia, so-called "Stargazer", Cleveland Museum of art

3000 BCE Early Bronze Age, Western Anatolia, so-called "Stargazer", Cleveland Museum of Art. Clean this thing up a little bit and I could believe that it was made by a modern artist!

Flora Picking Flowers by the Sea. Fresco found in the ruins of Pompeii, Italy.

The Goddess Flora Picking Flowers by the Sea (fresco found in the ruins of Pompeii).

Paleolithic hand stencils from the cave at Lascaux, France. 25-30,000 years old.

Oldest Rock Art in North America Revealed

These paleolithic hand stencils from La Cueva de las Manos ( spanish for cave of hands (Santa Cruz, Argentina). The cave paintings date from to years ago.

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