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female figurine holding breasts  Near Eastern, Levantine, Syrian, Early Bronze Age, 3200–2800 B.C.  Museum of fine Arts, Boston

female figurine holding breasts Near Eastern, Levantine, Syrian, Early Bronze Age, 3200–2800 B.C. Museum of fine Arts, Boston

A CANAANITE BRONZE WARRIOR DEITY MIDDLE BRONZE AGE II, CIRCA 1700-1500 B.C.  | Christie's

A CANAANITE BRONZE WARRIOR DEITY MIDDLE BRONZE AGE II, CIRCA 1700-1500 B.C. | Christie's

A tusk figurine of a Man Pre-Dynastic Late Naqada I - Early Naqada II…

A tusk figurine of a Man Pre-Dynastic Late Naqada I - Early Naqada II…

Un guerrier cananéen, Âge  du bronze moyen IIA, vers 1900-1700 avant J.C.

Un guerrier cananéen, Âge du bronze moyen IIA, vers 1900-1700 avant J.C.

Venere di Lespugue, 25.000 anni fa, grotta di Lespugue, Haute Garonne, Pirenei. Foto: Don Hitchcock

Venere di Lespugue, 25.000 anni fa, grotta di Lespugue, Haute Garonne, Pirenei. Foto: Don Hitchcock

Canaanite fertility goddess sells for $242,500 | Ethnic Jewels Magazine  The Ancient Levant covered southwestern Syria, the west of Jordan, and modern-day Lebanon, Palestine, and Israel. Ancient Semitic religions were polytheistic and centered upon a cult of mother goddesses. The Canaanite fertility goddess in Syria-Palestine was Astarte, consort to Baal, the rain god.

Canaanite fertility goddess sells for $242,500 | Ethnic Jewels Magazine The Ancient Levant covered southwestern Syria, the west of Jordan, and modern-day Lebanon, Palestine, and Israel. Ancient Semitic religions were polytheistic and centered upon a cult of mother goddesses. The Canaanite fertility goddess in Syria-Palestine was Astarte, consort to Baal, the rain god.

Statuetta - Neolitico. MUSEO ARCHEOLOGICO NAZIONALE DI PARMA

Statuetta - Neolitico. MUSEO ARCHEOLOGICO NAZIONALE DI PARMA

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.

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.

Figurine 06 from Hal-Saflieni, Malta

Figurine 06 from Hal-Saflieni, Malta

Female Figure with Missing Feet Cycladic, 2700 - 2500 B.C. (Getty Museum)

Female Figure with Missing Feet Cycladic, 2700 - 2500 B.C. (Getty Museum)

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