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Neolithic Female Shaman's Effigy, El Kadada, Sudan 4000 BCE

Neolithic female figurine from El Kadada, Sudan, millennium bce. bThis much-overlooked ancient culture had its roots in the very ancient Khartoum Mesolithic, which had so much influence on early Kemet (Egypt).

Goddess Date: ca. 3500–3000 B.C. Culture: Pakistan (Quetta area) Medium: Terracotta

Goddess Date: ca. Culture: Pakistan (Quetta area) Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Sculpture Credit Line: Purchase, David E. Stutzman Gift, 2003 Accession Number: On view in Gallery 234

Yeliseevichi venus

Venus figures from the Stone Age

Çatalhöyük,taş figürin, L.Meskell, C. Nakamaura,Konya Arkeoloji Müzesi (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Çatalhöyük,taş figürin, L.Meskell, C. Nakamaura,Konya Arkeoloji Müzesi (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Женские статуэтки этого типа, сделанные из нильской глины, являются наиболее древними скульптурами в египетском искусстве.

Figure made frome Nile silt, among the oldest sculptures of Egytian art - Naqada…

AN AMLASH TERRACOTTA STEATOPYGOUS FEMALE FIGURE, IRAN, CIRCA EARLY 1ST MILLENNIUM B.C.

An Amlash terracotta steatopygous female figure. Iran, circa early millienium B.

Idol from Szombathely - Oladi plató, ca. 4900-4000 BC. Late Neolithic settlement, Western Hungary.

Idol from Szombathely - Oladi plató, ca.

Northern Iran, Amlash terracotta idol,1000 BCE.

Northern Iran, Amlash terracotta idol of fertiltyl ca BC.

Anatolian Marble Idol, Early Bronze Age circa 2700-2400 BCE #AncientIdols #BronzeAge

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Female figure, Chalandriani type  about 2300–2000 B.C.  Greek Art | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Female figure, Chalandriani type Early Aegean, Cycladic Bronze Age, Early Cycladic II-III Period about B. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

ANATOLIAN MARBLE VIOLIN IDOL OF THE KUSURA TYPE  With 'collar.'  Bronze Age II, 2700-2400 BC

Near Eastern Stone

Art néolithique - Les Musées Barbier-Mueller

Art néolithique - Les Musées Barbier-Mueller

The Kelteminar Culture lasted from roughly 6000 BC - 3000 BC (or before or after, the evidence is scant). What we do know though is they built larger houses, probably to house multi-generational families. They hunted and gathered. But, they were not nomadic. They subsisted primarily on fishing. But unlike the Vinča culture in Serbia, another fishing community they made mother goddess statues rather than fish-man goddesses.   The Kelteminar Culture was primarily a neolithic culture but began…

Neolithic Kelteminar Figurines The Kelteminar Culture lasted from roughly 6000 BC – 3000 BC (or before or after, the evidence is scant). What we do know though is they built larger houses, probably to.

The Courbet Venus; about 14,900 years old; carved from fine-grained red quartzite. 25 mm.

'The Courbet Venus -- Circa BCE -- Carved red quartz -- Belonging to The British Museum.

Köşk Höyük / Mother goddess figurine / 5500-5000 BCE / Baked clay / Niğde Museum, Turkey / Kösk Höyük was possibly an important obsidian trade center both in the Neolithic and in the Chalcolithic Periods. The mother goddess figurines; bulls' heads and polychrome ceramics at the site of Kösk Höyük have many similarities with the sites of Çatalhöyük; Can Hasan and Hacilar.

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Terracotta female figurine; Oxus Civilization; Turkmenistan; Gonor Depe site; Victor Sarianidi;  	 		 		Copyrig...

Terracotta female figurine; Oxus Civilization; Turkmenistan; Gonor Depe site; Victor Sarianidi; Copyrig...

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