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Small Female Figure of Painted Clay. Funerary gift. Prehistoric period, 4th Millennium B.C.

Another view of one of the most artistically beautiful images of the Great She - Nathor Nile River Goddess. An important Egyptian fertility bird Goddess (c. Her arms make me think this was supposed to hook onto something.

Female Figure, from Ma’mariya, Egypt, Created circa 3500 B.C.E., ..

ratak-monodosico: “ Female Figure, from Ma’mariya, Egypt Created circa 3500 B., Brooklyn Museum This terra-cotta figure was uncovered in an Egyptian burial site in No one.

"Bird Lady" a Neolithic Egyptian ceramic, Naganda IIa Predynastic 3500-3400 BCE, Brooklyn Museum

"Bird Lady", Neolithic Egyptian ceramic, from Ma’mariya, Naganda IIa Predynastic BCE, Brooklyn Museum

Egyptian Predynastic Female Figurine dating to circa 3650-3300 B.C. Terracotta, 11 1/2 in. (29.3 cm) high. Located in the Brooklyn Museum

TERRACOTTA - Egyptian Predynastic Female Figurine dating to circa B. Terracotta, 11 in. Located in the Brooklyn Museum

"She was the invisible patterning or formations of energy whose intricate and interdependent system of relationships were respected even though they were not understood. She was experienced as a law, a profound patterning which the whole of life reflected and obeyed in the way it functioned, from the circumpolar movement of the stars to the tiniest insect." Anne Baring on Prehistoric Ceramic Figures and Early Earth Goddesses, by Earthen

Magickal Ritual Sacred Tools: Prehistoric Ceramic Figures and Early Earth Goddesses, by Earthen.me via The Beekeeper

Goddess Sculptures from 2200 1600 BCE

e middle three images of the top row show three versions of the Late-Minoan figure usually called theSnake Goddess.

Gorzsai Vénusz Körös-kultúra. Kr.e. 5.140 – 4.450., Hódmezővásárhely-Gorzsa, Kovács-tanya, Hungary. / Körös culture, Neolithic Central Europe, circa 5,800 B.C.E. — circa 5,300 B.C.E

/ Culture Cris, néolithique Europe centrale, environ B.

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Bird goddess, ca. 3500 BC, Egypt predynastic, Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York

Rhea - Mother Goddess Figurine with Birds Crown, Minoan, ca. 1200 BCE, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, Crete (Tenderhearted Rheia to Demeter: "Come, my child, obey, and be not too angry unrelentingly with the dark-clouded Son of Cronos; increase forthwith for mortals the fruit that gives them life."

Minoan mother goddess figurine from around Archaeological Museum in Heraklion.

painting excavated at Pompeii

The fig tree and the serpent in the garden of Eden. Fikentreet og slangen i Eden´s hage. painting excavated at Pompeii

Figure of a Goddess, 5th-4th centuries BC, Bronze, Umbria, Europe, Harvard Art Museums

centuriespast: “ Figure of a Goddess, 500 BC Sculpture Italic, centuries BC Bronze Overall: cm in.) Creation Place: Umbria, Europe Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M.

Fascinating Venus goddess figurine; from Gagarinı site in Russia, dated 25.000-20.000 BCE

Venus Goddess Figurine from Gagarinı site in Russia, dated BCE

3000-2000 BCE 		   		   		    			Description 			This figure stands with feet together. It is unclear whether the arms, suggested by a raising of the material, bend at the elbow and embrace the chest or whether they continue downwards to the knees.

Figure Early Cycladic BCE) Greece: the Cyclades Marble h. cm UEA 341 Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

An amlash Terracotta stéatopygous female   figure Iran circa early 1st millennium. Christie’s

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