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Bactrian Princess 2500 BCE Above is a chlorite and alabaster statuette of a Bactrian princess. This princess played a key role in Central Asian mythology, where she was worshipped as a major goddess. She ruled over the natural order, as the forces of nature were believed to be engaged in endless combat, requiring regulation by a superior force.

Bactrian chlorite composite figurines 2200 BC,from Turkmenistan,northern Afghanistan .

Tocho T8: Documenta 13, o la vida de los objetos (estatuillas femeninas de Bactria, 2500 aC)

Above is a chlorite and alabaster statuette of a Bactrian princess. This princess played a key role in Central Asian mythology, where she was worshipped as a major goddess. She ruled over the natur.

Figure of 'Bactrian Princess', Chlorite and calcite, Central Asia, Oxus civilization, late third to early second millennium BC

Figure of 'Bactrian Princess', Chlorite and calcite, Central Asia, Oxus civilization, late third to early second millennium BC

Gypsum alabaster eye idol from Tell Brak, Syria. Date: 3700-3500BC Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

SYRIA - Tell Brak, Gypsum alabaster eye idol Date: Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

A GODDESS WEARING A KAUNAKES H. 11.6 cm. Chlorite, white calcite. Western Central Asia, Bactria-Margiana, Middle to Late Bronze Age, 2000-1650 B.C. The block-like female figure is shown standing, clad… - Galerie Cahn - 13/11/2015

A goddess wearing a kaunakes - H. Western Central Asia, Bactria-Margiana, Middle to Late Bronze Age, BC

Near Eastern Bactrian Style Stone and Alabaster Idol - Lot No. 1218

An undated carved stone idol depicting a kneeling male with hands folded across his chest, his garment decorated with radiating feather patterns at the chest and arms, geometric designs at the lower body; the separate head and hands formed in alabaster.

Sneak Peek at the Louvre Abu Dhabi's New Exhibit bactrian  princess

Bactrian Princess Central Asia Late third millennium BC – early second millennium photo: ©Louvre Abu Dhabi - Thierry Ollivier

Amazingly stylised family portrait... parents and a baby...  almost 5000 years old | Early Bronze Age Stone Double-Headed Disc-Shaped Figurine and Child |  Origin: Central/Western Anatolia | Circa: 3000 BC to 2500 BC

themagicfarawayttree: Early Bronze Age Stone Double-Headed Disc-Shaped Figurine and Child - Origin: Central/Western Anatolia Circa: 3000 BC to 2500 BC Dimensions: high x wide Catalogue: Collection: Biblical Medium: Stone

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Uncommon art from Iran. Large Seated Woman and child. 12 in stucco. Perhaps the ancient Iranic goddess Anahita or a non-Islamic decorative figure. Seljuks were Islamic-Turks and their art contains Anatolian traditions

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