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Female figurine from Yemen, 2nd-4th centuries BCE

Collezione privata - settore 3 - Archeoastronomia in Italia

Sheel na gig Celtic fertility goddess of death and rebirth 11th Century

Sheel na gig Celtic fertility goddess of death and rebirth Century

Siberian Venus--World famous ancient Siberian Venus figurines 'are NOT Venuses after all'

Detailed pictures showing the microscopic lines uncovered on the ancient statuettes have not been released yet but the findings mean the valuable figurines (pictured) are likely to be reassessed

A SYRIAN MARBLE DOUBLE 'EYE' IDOL TELL BRAK, CIRCA 4TH MILLENNIUM B.C.

A Syrian marble double eye idol / Tell Brak / c. millennium BCE / The thin plaque with four eyes with continuous single brow above, the body decorated with three zigzag lines in.

PALEOLITHIC | Venus of Willendorf. | c. 25000 BCE | European | Paleolithic: Aurignacian | Limestone | Austria. | | ©Kathleen Cohen |

Alcohol Inks on Yupo

Magick Wicca Witch Witchcraft: Venus of Willendorf, circa 25000 BCE European Paleolithic: Aurignacian Limestone, Austria.

ca. 200 BCE.  Late Jomon period. Ceramic 'female' figurine unearthed from Inariyama Shell Mound, Mimami-ku, Yokohama-shi Kanagawa Japan. Cleveland Museum.

Late Jomon period, ca. Ceramic 'female' figurine unearthed from Inariyama Shell Mound, Mimami-ku, Yokohama-shi Kanagawa Japan.

Female Figure Kültepe; Karum Kanesh Ib, ca. 1800-1700 B.C. (Bruce White; Ankara Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Turkey)

Karum Kanesh Ib, ca. Ankara Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Turkey)Figure Kültepe; Karum Kanesh Ib, ca. Ankara Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Turkey)

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