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Early Cycladic culture evolved between ca 3300 – 2000 BCE (Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age).
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"Stargazer" figure from ancient Anatolia

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

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

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Last week I covered Clayrew’s goddesses, but this week I wanted to share these goddesses with you. When I first saw Cycladic art at the British Museum and the Allard Pierson Museum these abst…

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c. 3000 BCE Early Bronze Age, Western Anatolia, so-called "Stargazer", Cleveland Museum of art
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The Stargazer, c.

c. 3000 BCE Early Bronze Age, Western Anatolia, so-called "Stargazer", Cleveland Museum of art

c. 3000 BCE Early Bronze Age, Western Anatolia, so-called "Stargazer", Cleveland Museum of art
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Syrian Bronze Goddess, Bronze Age, ca BC: flat cast, depicted nude but for a twisted belt on her wide hips, bejeweled in double bracelets & a collar necklace

Syrian bronze goddess - circa b. looks like human and 'alien' fallen angel offspring mixed DNA.

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Female Figure of the Spedos Variety, 2600-2500 BCE Sculpture , Statuette Cycladic , 3rd millennium BCE Bronze Age, Early , Cyclades Marble
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Marble sculpture/statuette of female figure BC, Bronze Age

Female Figure of the Spedos Variety, 2600-2500 BCE Sculpture , Statuette Cycladic , 3rd millennium BCE Bronze Age, Early , Cyclades Marble

Female Figure of the Spedos Variety, 2600-2500 BCE Sculpture , Statuette Cycladic , 3rd millennium BCE Bronze Age, Early , Cyclades Marble
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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
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If you are in the Cleveland area - go check it out at this free museum. Marble statuette of a woman ('The Stargazer'), BCE, Cleveland Museum of Art

Marble statuette ('The Stargazer'), BCE, Cleveland Museum of Art. The body is strikingly similar to one of the small beings from the cache of apparent mummified alien remains found in Peru,

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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

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
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A CYCLADIC FIGURE OF A GODDESS, EARLY BRONZE AGE II, CIRCA 2600-2400 B.C. lying with her arms folded beneath the breasts, with grooved spinal column and V-neck in back, the convex facial plane with pointed chin, small triangular nose, and high forehead. Height 7 1/16 in. 18 cm.
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A CYCLADIC FIGURE OF A GODDESS, EARLY BRONZE AGE II, CIRCA 2600-2400 B.C. lying with her arms folded beneath the breasts, with grooved spinal column and V-neck in back, the convex facial plane with pointed chin, small triangular nose, and high forehead. Height 7 1/16 in. 18 cm.

A CYCLADIC FIGURE OF A GODDESS, EARLY BRONZE AGE II, CIRCA 2600-2400 B.C. lying with her arms folded beneath the breasts, with grooved spinal column and V-neck in back, the convex facial plane with pointed chin, small triangular nose, and high forehead.  Height 7 1/16 in. 18 cm.
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Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens. http://www.pinterest.com/johndibdin/ancient-greek-sculpture/
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I'll write some details soon, but did you know that there are male Cycladic figures too! At the entrance of the mu.

Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens. http://www.pinterest.com/johndibdin/ancient-greek-sculpture/

Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens. http://www.pinterest.com/johndibdin/ancient-greek-sculpture/

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Women with outstanding corpulence are often among the figurines of Neolithic artists - like here at this figure (6500 -. 6000 BC.), Probably from Hacılar.

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