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Valdivia Stela, Abstract Standing Figure with Stylized Anthropomorphic Owl Motifs • 2300-2000 BCE (Early Piguigua-Late Piquigua Phase, Early Formative Period)

Valdivia Stela, Abstract Standing Figure with Stylized Anthropomorphic Owl Motifs

Cycladic sculptures in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens http://www.house2book.com

Collection of Cycladic Figurines, Cycladic Islands, Marble, 2300 BC (Early…

Valdivia owl sculpture / Ecuador / 3550-1500BC

One of the earliest sculptural traditions of the ancient Americas was that of the Valdivia culture, which began around 3550 BC and lasted until approximately 1500 BC along the Pacific Coast of present-day Ecuador.

Valdivia

Among the earliest ceramic figural art in South America is the figurine tradition of the Valdivia culture, which arose on the Guayas Coast of southwestern Ecuador sometime after 3200 BCE. Valdivia figurines are made of two rolls of clay pressed together a

Valdivian. The Valdivia Culture is one of the oldest settled cultures recorded in the Americas. It emerged from the earlier Las Vegas culture and thrived on the Santa Elena peninsula near the modern-day town of Valdivia, Ecuador between 3500 BC and 1800 BC.

Ritual Figurines B.) the Valdivia Culture emerged from the earlier Las Vegas culture which thrived on the Santa Elena peninsula near the Valdivia, Ecuador. It is one of the oldest settled cultures recorded in the Americas.

AN AMLASH POTTERY BULL RHYTON -   CIRCA EARLY 1ST MILLENNIUM B.C. -   With prominent neck hump, the muzzle extending into the spout, with short horns and a notched ridge representing the dewlap, and notched vertical tail, on four stocky legs  11 7/8 in. (30 cm.) high

AN AMLASH POTTERY BULL RHYTON - CIRCA EARLY 1ST MILLENNIUM B.C. - With prominent neck hump, the muzzle extending into the spout, with short horns and a notched ridge representing the dewlap, and notched vertical tail, on four stocky legs 11 7/8 in. (30 cm.) high

Neolithic, about 4500-3200 BC  From the island of Kárpathos, Aegean Sea  The earliest stone sculpture from Greece in the British Museum

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

Size: 	22 3/8 x 9 3/4 x 8 1/2 in. (56.83 x 24.77 x 21.59 cm) Style: 	6th century, Kofun Physical Description: 	standing female figure with proper left arm bent, hand at side; flat mask like face, adorned by earrings and necklace; ridged dress extends to floor covering legs and feet Credit: 	Collection Minneapolis Institute of Arts; The Christina N. and Swan J. Turnblad Memorial Fund

Size: 22 3/8 x 9 3/4 x 8 1/2 in. (56.83 x 24.77 x 21.59 cm) Style: 6th century, Kofun Physical Description: standing female figure with proper left arm bent, hand at side; flat mask like face, adorned by earrings and necklace; ridged dress extends to floor covering legs and feet Credit: Collection Minneapolis Institute of Arts; The Christina N. and Swan J. Turnblad Memorial Fund

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