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Pre-Pottery Neolithic 10000 BC - 6500 BC Neolithic+Near East 🌎
CYPRUS 7thC BC. Head of terracotta female figure. Category: SculptureMaterial: TerracottaDimensions: H9.5cmLocation: RhodesAttribution: British Museum Licence: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0[🡭]Image note: Background clonedReference: BM 1864,1007.1270Collection: The British Museum
Neolithic Steppe 10000 BC - 3000 BC Neolithic+Steppe 🌎
Oldest known wooden sculpture Category: SculptureYear: 9500 BCLocation: ShigirAttribution: Licence: [🡭]Reference: HeadCollection: N/A
Çatalhöyük Culture 7500 BC - 5700 BC Neolithic+Near East 🌎
Seated Mother Goddess / Venus from Catalhoyuk (Turkey), Neolithic age (about 6000-5500 BCE), today in Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara. (wiki). Head is modern reconstruction. Category: SculptureLocation: ÇatalhöyükAttribution: By Nevit Dilmen (talk) - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0 Licence: [🡭]Reference: Https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=14783156Collection: N/A
Çatalhöyük Culture 7500 BC - 5700 BC Neolithic+Near East 🌎
Bull heads from ?atalh?y?k in Angora Museum (wiki) Category: SculptureLocation: ?atalh?y?kAttribution: Licence: [🡭]Collection: N/A
Naqada culture 4400 BC - 3000 BC Ancient+Egypt 🌎 Neolithic+Egypt 🌎
Naqada II ca. 3500–3300 B. Category: SculptureMaterial: Serpentine BoneLocation: NaqadaAttribution: New York Met Licence: CC0 1.0[🡭]Reference: 59.101.1Collection: New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
Naqada culture 4400 BC - 3000 BC Ancient+Egypt 🌎 Neolithic+Egypt 🌎
3500- 3100BC, Naqada II-Naqada III Period. Although described as a bull, it is also possible it is an elephant. Category: SculptureMaterial: IvoryDimensions: 4.9 x 4.7 cmLocation: NaqadaAttribution: Licence: [🡭]Reference: 35.1270Collection: Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA
Naqada culture 4400 BC - 3000 BC Ancient+Egypt 🌎 Neolithic+Egypt 🌎
Naqada III Period. Possible place collected: Ballana (vicinity), Egypt, Sohag (vicinity), Egypt. Category: SculptureMaterial: PegmatiteDimensions: (24.8 x 20 x 32.5 cmAttribution: Licence: [🡭]Reference: 73.26Collection: Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA
Uruk period 4000 BC - 2900 BC Neolithic+Near East 🌎 Ancient+Mesopotamia & Persia 🌎
Alabaster head; could represent god, goddess or worshipper; a vertical groove at the back of the head, with nail holes on the sides, suggests that it was originally fixed to a pole.(BM)Late Uruk Category: SculptureMaterial: AlabasterDimensions: H 17cmAttribution: British Museum Licence: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0[🡭]Reference: 126460Collection: The British Museum
Proto Elamite 3200 BC - 2700 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia & Persia 🌎 Neolithic+Near East 🌎
This solid-cast sculpture is one of a pair of nearly identical images of a hero or a demon wearing the upturned boots associated with highland regions, his power enhanced by the mighty horns of the ibex on his head(NYM). more Category: SculptureMaterial: BronzeAttribution: New York Met Licence: CC0 1.0[🡭]Reference: 2007.280Collection: New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
Early Cycladic Greece 3200 BC - 2500 BC Ancient+Greece & Asia Minor 🌎 Ancient+Greece & Asia Minor 🌎 Neolithic+Western Europe 🌎
Head from the figure of a woman, Spedos type, Early Cycladic II (2700 BC–2300 BC), Keros culture. Category: SculptureYear: 2700 BCLocation: CycladesAttribution: Licence: [🡭]Collection: The Louvre
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia & Persia 🌎
Symbolic weapon deposited in a temple on behalf of a king(BM).From Girsu, Early Dynastic III, Telloh Category: SculptureMaterial: StoneDimensions: H 11.7 cm Diam 11 cmAttribution: British Museum Licence: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0[🡭]Image note: Background croppedReference: 23287Collection: The British Museum
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia & Persia 🌎
Gypsum statue of shaven man; carved; left shoulder and right elbows missing; has been broken and repaired at waist and neck; right shoulder bare; hands clasped on chest; dressed in kaunakes kilt.The authenticity of this has been questioned by E A Braun-Holzinger 1977: Frühdynastiche Beterstatuetten, p. 84 (cf. also O W Muscarella 2000a: The Lie Became Great, p. 159). The head appears to be modern.(BM) Category: SculptureMaterial: GypsumDimensions: H 29.3 cm W 13.4 at base T 12 cmAttribution: British Museum Licence: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0[🡭]Image note: Background croppedReference: 134300Collection: The British Museum
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia & Persia 🌎
Gudea, prince of Lagash with shaven head, ca. 2120 BC. From Telloh (ancient Girsu) Category: SculptureMaterial: DioriteAttribution: Licence: [🡭]Collection: The Louvre
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia & Persia 🌎
Alabaster sculpture of bearded male head Category: SculptureLocation: MariAttribution: Licence: [🡭]Collection: The Louvre
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia & Persia 🌎
Large Cat head figure from Tell Al-Ubaid, Early Dynastic III Category: SculptureMaterial: Copper, stone, bitumenDimensions: 14 x 14Attribution: Licence: [🡭]Reference: 114318Collection: N/A
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia & Persia 🌎
Copper alloy mask and bitumen head of a panther or lion cub; associated metal fragments found separately.(BM) Tell Al-Ubaid, Early Dynastic III Category: SculptureMaterial: Copper alloy, bitumenDimensions: H 20.32cmAttribution: Licence: [🡭]Reference: 114313Collection: N/A
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia & Persia 🌎
Copper alloy head of a young bull, broken from a relief; head complete, partly filled with bitumen, copper alloy fastening nail through the back of the neck; ears complete, eyes and muzzle clearly modelled; crescent in low relief on the forehead. Excavated/Findspot: Tell Al-\\Ubaid, Temple of Ninhursag.(BM) Category: SculptureMaterial: Copper alloy, bitumenDimensions: L 11.43 cm W 13.97cm WT 1278 gmAttribution: Licence: [🡭]Reference: 118015Collection: N/A
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia & Persia 🌎
Copper alloy mask and bitumen head of a panther or lion cub; associated fragments found separately.(BM) Early Dynastic III, Tell Al-Ubaid Category: SculptureMaterial: Copper alloy, bitumenDimensions: H 20.32cmAttribution: Licence: [🡭]Reference: 114312Collection: N/A
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia & Persia 🌎
Gypsum statue of a male figure; only the head is preserved; carved with deeply recessed eye sockets and eyebrows, all originally inlaid, and a shallow recessed area corresponding to the beard which was originally overlaid; the eye sockets still contain extensive traces of bitumen.(BM). Abu Habba (Sippar) Category: SculptureMaterial: Gypsum, BitumenDimensions: H 11 cm W 8 cm D 10.5 cmLocation: SipparAttribution: Licence: [🡭]Reference: 91877Collection: N/A
Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia & Persia 🌎
Copper alloy lions head with sand and bitumen filling; associated metal fragments found separately. (BM) Early Dynastic III, Tell Al-Ubaid Category: SculptureYear: 2500 BCMaterial: Copper alloy, bitumen, sandAttribution: British Museum Licence: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0[🡭]Image note: Background croppedReference: 117918Collection: The British Museum
Old Elamite Period 2700 BC - 1500 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia & Persia 🌎
Inscribed hollow, clay cone with Akkadian inscription of Puzur-Inshushinak; convex head covered with large regular holes at the top; missing the lower portion of the peg. Category: SculptureLocation: SusaAttribution: British Museum Licence: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0[🡭]Collection: The British Museum
3rd & 4th Dynasty of Egypt 2686 BC - 2494 BC Ancient+Egypt 🌎
Pink granite head attributed to Huni Category: SculptureYear: 2613 BCAttribution: Licence: [🡭]Collection: Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA
Akkadian Empire 2270 BC - 2083 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia & Persia 🌎
Category: SculptureMaterial: BronzeLocation: AkkadAttribution: New York Met Licence: CC0 1.0[🡭]Reference: 47.100.80Collection: New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
Akkadian Empire 2270 BC - 2083 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia & Persia 🌎
Mace head; carved fromf pink marble; perforated, polished and incised with votive inscription of Shar-kali-sharri to Shamash at Sippar.(BM) From Abu Habba Category: SculptureMaterial: MarbleAttribution: British Museum Licence: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0[🡭]Image note: Background croppedCollection: The British Museum
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