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The 7000 year old Hotnitsa Treasure: One of the oldest gold treasures in the world - from the village mound near Hotnitsa dating to the 5th millennium BC.

(Millennium Oldest Gold) Gold Ornament of Hotnitsa Village in the North Central Bulgaria. One of the Oldest Gold treasure in the world. ca millennium BCE. The village mound near the village of Hotnitsa dates back to the millennium BCE.

Statuette of a Goddess, c. 2000-1000 BC SculptureSyrian, 2nd millennium BCBronze Age, c. 3000-1200 BCClay, hand modelled with applied features10 x 4cm (315/16 x 19/16 in.) Creation Place: Syria, AsiaHarvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum

Harvard Art Museum- Arthur M Sackler Museum. Venus statuette of a Goddess, c. BC Sculpture Syrian, millennium BC Bronze Age, c. BC Clay, hand modelled with applied features 10 x 4 cm x 1 in.

Vinca, Bird headed Goddess, Neolithic, C.5.000 B.C.

Vinca, Bird headed Goddess, Neolithic, B.

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

An Amlash terracotta steatopygous female figure. Iran, circa early millienium B.

-700 -600 Idole féminine, Piravand, nord du Louristan, Iran occidental

Iran, preachaemenid, goddess statue probably Luristan art, ca BC. "Virtual Museum of Iran Art"

Anatolian Neolithic gold idol, stylized human form made from sheet gold with punched decorative dots. Two holes in the center. Anatolia, ca. 3500-3300 BC

Anatolian Neolithic gold idol, stylized human form made from sheet gold with punched decorative dots. Two holes in the center. Anatolia, ca.

Centuries Past — Goddess Figure Pakistan (made) Date: ...

Goddess Figure Pakistan Date: circa century BCE . ( recovered by Colonel D. Gordon from a site at Charsadda Shaikhan Dheri, Gandhara, Pakistan) .

A PIRAVEND BRONZE FEMALE FIGURE  CIRCA 9TH-8TH CENTURY B.C. Christie's

A PIRAVEND BRONZE FEMALE FIGURE CIRCA 9TH-8TH CENTURY B.C. Christie's

Vase anthropomorphe, -6000 avant J.C. - Néolithique - Culture Kremikovtzi, trouvé à Pazardjik : un corps femelle creux (la tête et le buste manquent, probablement qu'ils représentaient le couvercle). Certains endroits semblent peints avec peinture blanche ornementale. Surface engobée en rouge. - Maya Avramova. Haut 13 cm, diam. à l'embouchure 6,5 x 5,5 cm. Musée historique rég. de Pazardjik, Bulgarie. Copyright Nikolay Genov, http://bulgarianheritage.bulgariana.eu/jspui/handle/pub/365

Vase anthropomorphe, -6000 avant J.C. - Néolithique - Culture Kremikovtzi, trouvé à Pazardjik : un corps femelle creux (la tête et le buste manquent, probablement qu'ils représentaient le couvercle). Certains endroits semblent peints avec peinture blanche ornementale. Surface engobée en rouge. - Maya Avramova. Haut 13 cm, diam. à l'embouchure 6,5 x 5,5 cm. Musée historique rég. de Pazardjik, Bulgarie. Copyright Nikolay Genov, http://bulgarianheritage.bulgariana.eu/jspui/handle/pub/365

Seimeni - neolitic şi pre-neolitic

Cucuteni Fertility Godess La culture de Cucuteni-Trypillia, également connue comme culture de Cucuteni, culture de Tripolye et culture de Trypillia, selon qu'on adopte un point de vue roumain (Cucuteni), russe (Триполье) ou ukrainien (Трипілля)

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