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Prehistoric Goddess pendant carved from amber, from Eastern Europe by lisby1

Prehistoric Goddess pendant carved from amber, from Eastern Europe by lisby1

this female figure was sculpted from steatite, also known as soap stone about 20,000 years ago. Found at Grimaldi, Italy, and is on loan from the Musée d'archéologie nationale

Face of the 26,000-year-old woman! FIRST EVER portrait of a woman was carved into a tusk of a woolly mammoth (and it's smaller than a thumb)

this female figure was sculpted from steatite, also known as soap stone about 20,000 years ago. Found at Grimaldi, Italy, and is on loan from the Musée d'archéologie nationale

Amber bear dated between 1750-650 B.C. found close to Słupsk in Poland.

Amber bear dated between 1750-650 B.C. found close to Słupsk in Poland.

TRACCE no. 12 – by Christian Züchner The Grotte Chauvet was discovered at Christmas 1994. A beautiful picture book came out only a few months later (Chauvet et al. 1995). It has been the main sourc...

TRACCE no. 12 – by Christian Züchner The Grotte Chauvet was discovered at Christmas 1994. A beautiful picture book came out only a few months later (Chauvet et al. 1995). It has been the main sourc...

Woman from Dolni Vestonice. c.29,000- 25,000 BCE. rear view | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Woman from Dolni Vestonice. c.29,000- 25,000 BCE. rear view | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Hasen haltende Göttin, etruskisch, 600-550 v. Chr. Bernstein. Möglicherweise Artemis. Homer nennt "Potnia Theron" (Herrin der wilden Tiere) _____ Divinity Holding Hares, Etruscan, 600–550 B.C.E. Amber. May be Artemis. Homer calls Artemis Potnia Theron (mistress of the wild beasts).

Hasen haltende Göttin, etruskisch, 600-550 v. Chr. Bernstein. Möglicherweise Artemis. Homer nennt "Potnia Theron" (Herrin der wilden Tiere) _____ Divinity Holding Hares, Etruscan, 600–550 B.C.E. Amber. May be Artemis. Homer calls Artemis Potnia Theron (mistress of the wild beasts).

Venus figure, Paleolithic, c. 20,000 B.C., Sandstone.  Found: France

Venus figure, Paleolithic, c. 20,000 B.C., Sandstone. Found: France

Potnia Theron (Mistress of Animals) / Minoan goddess, Museo della Civitella, Chieti, Italy

Potnia Theron (Mistress of Animals) / Minoan goddess, Museo della Civitella, Chieti, Italy

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Image result for steatopygous idols

This image "The Goddess of Lepenski Vir" was found on the same altar as the Lepenski Vir "vulva stone" which was located on the banks of the Danube river in Yugoslavia. Extensive radiocarbon dating shows that the Lepenski Vir site was occupied between about 6000 BC and 4560 BC. For well over a thousand years these people lived in this place, a prehistoric town a few feet from the Danube river, a place with many altars. The heart of their devotions was The Womb of The Universe.

This image "The Goddess of Lepenski Vir" was found on the same altar as the Lepenski Vir "vulva stone" which was located on the banks of the Danube river in Yugoslavia. Extensive radiocarbon dating shows that the Lepenski Vir site was occupied between about 6000 BC and 4560 BC. For well over a thousand years these people lived in this place, a prehistoric town a few feet from the Danube river, a place with many altars. The heart of their devotions was The Womb of The Universe.

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