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Fiddle-shaped idol: schematic female  Limestone Aegean region - Southwestern Anatolia  Early Bronze I, early 3rd millennium B.C.

Fiddle-shaped idol: schematic female Limestone Aegean region I, Beycesultan type Early millennium B. Spade-shaped idol: schematic female Limestone Southwestern Anatolia Early Bronze I, early millennium B.

An Assemblage of Anatolian Bronze Age Idols: the First of Kultepe Type; the Second of Beycesultan Type; the Third of Kusura Type | by Ancient Art

An Assemblage of Anatolian Bronze Age alabaster/gypsium Idols: the First of Kultepe Type; the Second of Beycesultan Type; the Third of Kusura Type. ca 5000 BCE

Image of Anatolian Marble Idol with Eyes, Early Bronze Age II

Image of Anatolian Marble Idol with Eyes, Early Bronze Age II

goddess sculptures

Many of the idols lpoked like thechristian cross, Goddess Sculptures, Early Bronze Age.

More on the eye idols, these are considered to be the first representations of the Gods from the region of Syria at around 3,500 Bc, and the...

More on the eye idols, these are considered to be the first representations of the Gods from the region of Syria at around Bc, and they are often seen decorated with the zig zag pattern from the Neolithic era, the pattern thus synonomous with the Gods.

Терракотовые фигурки Маргуш, 2 тысячелетие до н.э.

Терракотовые фигурки Маргуш, 2 тысячелетие до н.э.

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Early Cycladic 'violin' figurines in marble, BCE. The figurines represent a squatting female figure but their exact significance is not known. Most probably they represent a female fertility deity.

This is even more beautiful in person. If you are in the Cleveland area - go check it out at this free museum. Marble statuette of a woman ('The Stargazer'), c.3000 BCE, Cleveland Museum of Art

Goddess marble statuette, known as "The Stargazer" - circa BCE, early Bronze Age, probably founf Western Anatolia - at the Cleveland 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

Figure de déesse provenant de Çatal Hüyük

Seated Goddess, Catal Huyuk, BCE -- Ancient Mesopotamia is one of my passions.

Amazingly stylised family portrait... parents and a baby...  almost 5000 years old | Early Bronze Age Stone Double-Headed Disc-Shaped Figurine and Child |  Origin: Central/Western Anatolia | Circa: 3000 BC to 2500 BC

themagicfarawayttree: Early Bronze Age Stone Double-Headed Disc-Shaped Figurine and Child - Origin: Central/Western Anatolia Circa: 3000 BC to 2500 BC Dimensions: high x wide Catalogue: Collection: Biblical Medium: Stone

Model of covered wagon, near Carchemish, Syria, 3rd millennium BCE. Earliest use of the wheel recorded from late 4th millennium BCE.

Model of covered wagon, near Carchemish, Syria, millennium BCE. Early use of the wheel recorded from late millennium BCE.

A LARGE MESOPOTAMIAN STONE SPECTACLE IDOL CIRCA 3000 B.C. The architectonic base of rectangular form with rounded edges, decorated with reed houses with characteristic arching doorways, band of zigzags and chevrons above, the "eyes" on a long conical-shaped neck

A LARGE MESOPOTAMIAN STONE SPECTACLE IDOL CIRCA 3000 B.C. The architectonic base of rectangular form with rounded edges, decorated with reed houses with characteristic arching doorways, band of zigzags and chevrons above, the "eyes" on a long conical-shap

Ancient Greek Terracotta Figurines 4 Pieces by OldSecrets on Etsy

Ancient Greek Terracotta Figurines 4 Pieces by OldSecrets on Etsy

An Anatolian marble idol

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