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Cucuteni "Council of Goddesses." c.4200 BE, Romania | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

(Cucuteni Trypillian Culture) Cucuteni Council of Goddesses. ca 4200 BCE…

Fertility goddess figurine - found Tel Halaf, circa 7th c. BC, from ancient Anatolia

ancientpeoples: “ “Tel Halaf” Fertility Figurine Syria BC Terracotta with traces of pigment “As early as the millennium BC, cultures in the Near East began to create organized.

The Courbet Venus; about 14,900 years old; carved from fine-grained red quartzite. 25 mm.

'The Courbet Venus -- Circa BCE -- Carved red quartz -- Belonging to The British Museum.

The Archaic Greek Lady of Auxerre, a female statuette in the Daedalic style. Limestone with incised decoration, formerly painted, ca. 640–630 BC, likely made in Crete.

The Archaic Greek Lady of Auxerre, a female statuette in the Daedalic style. Limestone with incised decoration, formerly painted, ca. BC, likely made in Crete. Courtesy & currently located at.

RARE MOHENJO DARO FERTILITY IDOL. Indus Valley, c. 2500-1500 BC. The female idol with arms crossed under breasts, an animal or child on left arm. 2.25 x 6 inches.

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Mohenjo Daro, Indus Valley, c. BCE, female figurine with arms crossed under breasts, an animal or child on left arm.

Artemis of Ephesus, Izmir

that's the general classification of this statue, based on fertility goddess statues and here bizarrely turned into a fountain

The Earliest Zoomorphic / Anthropomorphic Sculpture (Circa 30,000 BCE)  sculpture 29.6 cm high, 5.6 cm wide and 5.9 cm thick. carved out of mammoth ivory, was discovered in a cave named Stadel-Höhle I'm Hohlenstein, Lonetal, Swabian Alps, Germany.

The Earliest Zoomorphic / Anthropomorphic Sculpture Circa BCE ! The Lion Man, preserved in the Ulmer Museum in Ulm, Germany. (View a full-scale image.) The Lion Man, preserved in the Ulmer Museum in Ulm, Germany.

Mother Goddess backside of seated statue 6500 BC Catal Huyuk in Turkey

Mother Goddess backside of seated statue 6500 BC Catal Huyuk in Turkey

Mesopotamian fertility figure, 6th millennium BCE, similar to those found in Level 1 cemetery at Tell es-Sawwan.

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Fertility figure Ancient Near East millennium B. Alabaster H. cm Mesopotamian fertility figure similar to those found in Level 1 cemetery at Tell es-Sawwan.

Věstonická Venuše; 29 000 - 25 000 př.n.l.

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

Philistine Female Figurine. Terracotta. H. 17 cm. Iron Age I, 12th century BCE. Ashdod, Israel. Israel Antiquities Authority: IAA 1968-1139.

Female figurine Ashdod Iron Age I, century BCE Pottery H: 17 cm Israel Antiquities Authority

Northern Iran, Amlash terracotta ido of fertiltyl ca ,1000 BC. تندیس سفالین از الههٔ باروری، هنر املش، حدود ۱۰۰۰ پیش از میلاد by:‏Virtual Museum of Iran Art / موزه مجازی هنر ایران‏ (page on facebook).

Northern Iran, Amlash terracotta idol of fertiltyl ca BC.

As escavações de Çatal Huyuk ficaram famosas na década de 1960, quando começaram a revelar a existência de belas expressões artísticas. Em 1993, uma equipe internacional de arqueólogos – liderada pelo britânico Ian Hodder – deu início a novos trabalhos, descobrindo que aquela região da Turquia, chamada Anatólia, foi o centro de uma cultura bastante avançada da Pré-História ( cf. José Sergio Osse – Supermundo – Agosto/2008). Da pasta: Adendo I - Ícone.  Catal Huyuk Turkey

Figurative Sculpture of a Neolithic Abundant Goddess From Catal Hoyuk Turkey with copper wash finish side view. year old goddess figure from Turkey.

Venus", height 8 cm (3.2"), putatively ca. 450,000 years BP. The drilled hole through it is an interesting feature.

Afbeelding, Netherlands "Venus", height 8 cm putatively ca. The drilled hole through it is an interesting feature.

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