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Early Cycladic culture evolved between ca 3300 – 2000 BCE (Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age).

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Early Cycladic culture evolved between ca 3300 – 2000 BCE (Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age).

Neolithic Nathor-Nile River Goddess  4,000 BC  This Egyptian fertility bird Goddess appeared in early predynastic times as a funerary figure with a beaked face and wing-like arms and hands. Her form is a blend of bird, woman and deity. These painted terra cotta figures, less than a foot high and much alike, were found in graves in Mohamerian, near Edfu.

Neolithic Nathor-Nile River Goddess BC This Egyptian fertility bird…

Neolithic, about 4500-3200 BC  From the island of Kárpathos, Aegean Sea  The earliest stone sculpture from Greece in the British Museum

Goddess figure from the island of Kárpathos, Aegean Sea about BC, Neolithic Age, probablyi the earliest stone sculpture from Greece - at the British Museum

Mother and Child Composition, c.2800-2700 B.C., Katona Museum of Art

Cycladic Sculpture culture around islands of the Aegean Sea: Mother and Child Composition, B., Katona Museum of Art

From Mehrgarh - Mehrgarh is one of the most important Neolithic (6500 BCE to c. 2500 BCE) sites in archaeology. Mehrgarh is the second oldest Indus Valley civilization site after Bhirrana, Haryana, India. It lies on the Kacchi Plain of Balochistan, Pakistan. It is one of the earliest sites with evidence of farming and herding in South Asia. Mehrgarh is located near the Bolan Pass, to the west of the Indus River valley and between the Pakistani cities of Quetta, Kalat and Sibi. Mehrgarh is…

A figurine from Mehrgarh [Pakistan], c. (Musée Guimet, Paris) The oldest figurines in South Asia were found at Mehrgarh.and were prevalent even before pottery appears.

Head from the figure of a woman, ca. 2700–2500 b.c.; Early Cycladic I–II  Cycladic; Keros-Syros culture  Marble

Head from the figure of a woman ca. Early Cycladic I–II Cycladic; Keros-Syros culture Marble This marble head was once part of a figure of the Spedos type, the largest variety of Early.

Canaanite fertility goddess sells for $242,500 | Ethnic Jewels Magazine  The Ancient Levant covered southwestern Syria, the west of Jordan, and modern-day Lebanon, Palestine, and Israel. Ancient Semitic religions were polytheistic and centered upon a cult of mother goddesses. The Canaanite fertility goddess in Syria-Palestine was Astarte, consort to Baal, the rain god.

Ancient female figurines recollects the world's primordial spiritual art in all its diversity, its deep continuities and global connections.- A Syrian bronze goddess, middle bronze age IIA, B.

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Limestone bearded head with a Corinthian helmet Period: Cypro-Archaic II Date: early century B. Sanctuary of Golgoi–Ayios Photios

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