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Venere di Savignano, 22,1 cm peso 586,5 g, 20.000 - 29.000 anni fa. Foto: Caricato da 120, CC BY-SA 3.0

Venere di Savignano, cm peso g, - anni fa. Foto: Caricato da CC BY-SA

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The British Museum's new exhibition Ice Age Art opens this week, here are some fascinating examples of the pieces included.

venus avdeevo statuette Avdeevo venus, the front view of one of the double venuses

Front a double Venuses, to years old, found at Avdeevo, a paleolithic site near Kursk, Russia.

Venere di Hohle Fels, avorio di mammut 40.000- 35.000 anni fa. Sito ritrovamento Hohle Fels, Achtal, Schelklingen, Ulm. Foto: „Thilo Parg / Wikimedia Commons“, „Lizenz: CC BY-SA 3.0“

pin up: The Venus of Hohle Fels is is the oldest statue depicting a woman's figure

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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Figurilla antropomorfa femenina. Materiales: Cerámica. Periodo: Formativo Temprano 3500- 1600 a.C. Medidas: 40 mm de alto. Cultura: Valdivia

Figurilla antropomorfa femenina. Materiales: Cerámica. Periodo: Formativo Temprano 3500- 1600 a.C. Medidas: 40 mm de alto. Cultura: Valdivia

The Venus of Hohle Fels is an Upper Paleolithic Venus figurine dated to between 35 000 and 40 000 years ago, belonging to the early Aurignacian, and is the oldest undisputed example of Upper Paleolithic art and figurative prehistoric art in general

The Venus of Hehle Fels, also called the Venus of Schelklingen, where it was found in Germany in Carved from a mammoth tusk, it stands about inches high. At to years old, it is the oldest undisputed example of figurative prehistoric art in existence.

25,000-20,000 BCE - Paleolithic. Woman with Horn, Laussel. maybe a symbol of fertiliy

Carved Female (“Venus”) figure holding horn with markings, from Laussel, France, ca. It's been suggested that the 13 notches on the ‘horn’ she is holding represent the number of moons/ menstrual cycles in a year.

Venus of Savignano: Characteristics, Discovery, Dating

Venus of Savignano Greenstone (serpentine) – years ago 1925 near Savignano sul Panaro, by Olindo Zambelli Pigorini National Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography, Rome, Italy

Art mobilier, statuette féminine, "vénus de Dolni Vestonice", argile cuite, Tchequie, musée de Brno

The Venus of Dolni Vestonice is a Venus figurine, a ceramic statuette of a nude female figure dated to 29 000 – 25 000 BP (Gravettian industry), which was found at a Paleolithic site in the Moravian basin south of Brno

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