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Beeldje van Apollo als kind, materiaal: terracotta, datering: 510-500 v.Chr., gevonden in: Veii, collectie: British Museum

Beeldje van Apollo als kind, materiaal: terracotta, datering: 510-500 v.Chr., gevonden in: Veii, collectie: British Museum

NYC - Metropolitan Museum of Art - Etruscan Art

NYC - Metropolitan Museum of Art - Etruscan Art

Etruscan statuette, Apiro Italy, 460-450 BCE - Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art -

Etruscan statuette, Apiro Italy, 460-450 BCE - Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art -

Toy cat Egypt New Kingdom Thebes

Toy cat Egypt New Kingdom Thebes

Jikke van de Waal-Bijma large sculpture...

Jikke van de Waal-Bijma large sculpture...

Cosmetic Spoon in the Shape of a Mouse Period: New Kingdom, ca. 1550–1295 B.C. - Bone

Cosmetic Spoon in the Shape of a Mouse Period: New Kingdom, ca. 1550–1295 B.C. - Bone

Sailing into the ever after Originating from Asyut in Egypt (3500-3100 B.C.) length: 25,3 centimetres

Sailing into the ever after Originating from Asyut in Egypt (3500-3100 B.C.) length: 25,3 centimetres

Blue Faience Model Hedgehog, from an Egyptian Tomb at Abydos, New Kingdom (18th Dynasty c.1567-1320 BC)

Blue Faience Model Hedgehog, from an Egyptian Tomb at Abydos, New Kingdom (18th Dynasty c.1567-1320 BC)

Venus of Kostenky (c.23,000 - 21,000 BCE)

Venus of Kostenky (c.23,000 - 21,000 BCE)

Violin idol,  Ancient Near East.  circa 2700 - 2100 B.C.E.  Representations of the agricultural fertility "Mother Goddess" were commonly buried in graves, particularly those of children, likely indicating a belief in life after death.

Violin idol, Ancient Near East. circa 2700 - 2100 B.C.E. Representations of the agricultural fertility "Mother Goddess" were commonly buried in graves, particularly those of children, likely indicating a belief in life after death.