The Bicha of Balazote is an Iberian sculpture that was found in the borough of Balazote in Albacete province (Castile-La Mancha), Spain. Carved of two limestone blocks in the second half of the century BCE
: Iberian female head. Español: Cabeza femenina ibera. Date between 299 and 100 BC Medium sandstone National Archaeological Museum of Spain Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:Q1352282 Accession number 7674 Object history Place of discovery: Cerro de los Santos archaeological site in Montealegre del Castillo (Province of Albacete, Castile-La Mancha, Spain)..
Perfil de La Dama Oferente del Cerro de Los Santos. Esta escultura data de los siglos III o II A C. Es una bella muestra del papel de las mujeres de la aristocracia ibera en los ritos religiosos de su tribu. Fue hallada en Montealegre del Castillo, provincia de Albacete . The Offeror Lady of Cerro de Los Santos in province of Albacete, Spain. Beautiful piece of Iberian art. Iberian aristocratic women participated in religious rites of his tribe
Ancient Sculpture from Iberia known as The Lady of Elche (A. Lady of Elx). Popular legend has it that the sculpture was found on 4 August by a young worker, Manuel Campello Esclapez. This version of the story differs from the official report by