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AN AMLASH TERRACOTTA STEATOPYGOUS FEMALE FIGURE, IRAN, CIRCA EARLY 1ST MILLENNIUM B.C.

AN AMLASH TERRACOTTA STEATOPYGOUS FEMALE FIGURE, IRAN, CIRCA EARLY 1ST MILLENNIUM B.C.

Mujer figurilla • Rumania, la región inferior del Danubio • cultura Precucuteni o Gradesnitza • 4800-4100 aC • Arcilla • H. 19,8 cm Esta estatuilla antropomorfa femenina refleja las creaciones artísticas de la gran civilización neolítica de la región de la ...

Mujer figurilla • Rumania, la región inferior del Danubio • cultura Precucuteni o Gradesnitza • 4800-4100 aC • Arcilla • H. 19,8 cm Esta estatuilla antropomorfa femenina refleja las creaciones artísticas de la gran civilización neolítica de la región de la ...

A EUROPEAN NEOLITHIC POTTERY STEATOPYGOUS IDOL - CIRCA 5TH MILLENNIUM B.C.

A EUROPEAN NEOLITHIC POTTERY STEATOPYGOUS IDOL - CIRCA 5TH MILLENNIUM B.C.

Female figurine ca. 1400-800 B.C.E. Northern Iran

Female figurine ca. 1400-800 B.C.E. Northern Iran

Figure of hunter or warrior. Cycladic Art Museum

Figure of hunter or warrior. Cycladic Art Museum

Chalandriani Variety Female Figure  Early Cycladic II, about 2300-2200 B.C.MarbleTampa Museum

Chalandriani Variety Female Figure Early Cycladic II, about 2300-2200 B.C.MarbleTampa Museum

mini-girlz: “ Female idol - Early Cycladic 2700 - 2300 BC ” Wow she looks likes a modern art sculpture.

mini-girlz: “ Female idol - Early Cycladic 2700 - 2300 BC ” Wow she looks likes a modern art sculpture.

Goddess figurine, Chalandriani type  Early Aegean, Cycladic, about 2300–2000 B.C. At the Boston Museum of Fine Art.  A funerary image, found whole or in part in many graves, but more than this as it is felt that these images were used daily as ritual items as well.

Goddess figurine, Chalandriani type Early Aegean, Cycladic, about 2300–2000 B.C. At the Boston Museum of Fine Art. A funerary image, found whole or in part in many graves, but more than this as it is felt that these images were used daily as ritual items as well.

Female figurine of the post-canonical type  marble  Early Cycladic II period - Syros phase  2800-2300 BC

Female figurine of the post-canonical type marble Early Cycladic II period - Syros phase 2800-2300 BC

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