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Aurignacian 41000 BC - 26000 BC Palaeolithic Europe
Orans (hands upraised posture) half-animal/half-human figure in ivory. State Office for the Preservation of Monuments, Baden-Württemberg Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Mammoth ivory Dimensions: Height 38 mm, width 14 mm, thick Location: Geissenklösterle Author: By Thilo Parg - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0 Reference: Https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=30552448 Collection: N/A
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Gravettian 31000 BC - 19000 BC Palaeolithic Europe Upper Palaeolithic Steppe
Moravské zemské muzeum (Moravian Museum), Czech Republic. Female Figure with pendulous breasts. Mother Goddess statue. Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Fired clay Dimensions: H 111 mmm (4.4 in),W 43 mm (1.7 Location: Dolní Věstonice Author: Petr Novák, Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 2.5 Reference: Https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=2682270 Collection: N/A
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Gravettian 31000 BC - 19000 BC Palaeolithic Europe Upper Palaeolithic Steppe
Mother Goddess Figure / venus / female figurine. Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna Category: Sculpture Year: 25000 BC Material: Oolitic limestone Dimensions: H11.1cm Location: Willendorf Author: Don Hitchcock - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0 Reference: Https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=16414348 Collection: N/A
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Gravettian 31000 BC - 19000 BC Palaeolithic Europe Upper Palaeolithic Steppe
Mother Goddess Figure, venus figurine, female. Musée de lHomme, Paris, France. Category: Sculpture Year: 25000 BC Material: Dimensions: H150 mm Location: Lespugue Author: By Jos?-Manuel Benito - Own work Reference: Https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=2046658 Collection: N/A
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Neolithic Cyprus 8800 BC - 3800 BC Neolithic Southern Europe Neolithic Near-East
CYPRUS 7thC BC. Head of terracotta female figure. Image cropped Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Terracotta Dimensions: H9.5cm Location: Rhodes Author: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Reference: BM 1864,1007.1270 Collection: The British Museum
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Ain Ghazal Culture 7250 BC - 5000 BC Neolithic Near-East
Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Plaster Dimensions: H107cm Location: Ain Ghazal Author: Reference: Collection: The Louvre
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Ain Ghazal Culture 7250 BC - 5000 BC Neolithic Near-East
This example, known to the BM as Micah, is one of many from the Ain Ghazal cache. The eyes are painted with bitumen and there is a green mineral pigment residue, dioptase. Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Lime plaster, reed armature Dimensions: Location: Ain Ghazal Author: Reference: Micah Collection: The British Museum
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Ain Ghazal Culture 7250 BC - 5000 BC Neolithic Near-East
This example, known to the BM as Noah, is one of many from the Ain Ghazal cache. The eyes are painted with bitumen and there is a green mineral pigment residue, dioptase Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Lime plaster, reed armature Dimensions: Location: Ain Ghazal Author: Reference: Noah Collection: The British Museum
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Ain Ghazal Culture 7250 BC - 5000 BC Neolithic Near-East
This example, known to the BM as Heifa, is one of many from the Ain Ghazal cache. The eyes are painted with bitumen and there is a green mineral pigment residue, dioptase. Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Lime plaster, reed armature Dimensions: Location: Ain Ghazal Author: Reference: Heifa Collection: The British Museum
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Halaf culture 6100 BC - 5500 BC Neolithic Near-East
Clay Mother Goddess / Venus figurine. Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Dimensions: Location: Halaf Author: Reference: Collection: N/A
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Halaf culture 6100 BC - 5500 BC Neolithic Near-East
painted terracotta Mother Goddess Figure / venus figurine. Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Terracotta Dimensions: H. 8.20 cm; W. 5 cm; D. 5.40 cm Location: Halaf Author: Reference: AO 21095, AO Collection: The Louvre
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Halaf culture 6100 BC - 5500 BC Neolithic Near-East
Mother Goddess Figure / venus figurine, The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Clay Dimensions: Location: Halaf Author: Reference: 48.2741 Collection: The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore
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Hamangia culture 5250 BC - 4500 BC Neolithic Eastern Europe
Found in Cernavodă, Constanța, Romania. Collected by the National Museum of Romanian History, Bucharest. Male figure. Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Fired clay Dimensions: H 4.5 in, W 2.9 in Location: Author: By 三猎 - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0 Reference: Https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=47577583 Collection: N/A
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Hamangia culture 5250 BC - 4500 BC Neolithic Eastern Europe
Sitting female figure. Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Fired clay Dimensions: Location: Author: By 三猎 - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0 Reference: Https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=47567657 Collection: N/A
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Badari Culture 5000 BC - 4000 BC Neolithic Egypt
Location G64/2 Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Hippopotamus ivory Dimensions: H 14 W 3.8 D 2.2 cm Weight: 114 Location: El-Badari Author: Reference: EA59648 Collection: The British Museum
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Badari Culture 5000 BC - 4000 BC Neolithic Egypt
Human female figure carved in ivory. Atlas 682 Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Ivory Dimensions: Location: Author: Unknown, CC BY-SA 1.0 Reference: Https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=47210 Collection: The Louvre
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Naqada culture 4400 BC - 3000 BC Neolithic Egypt
The earliest three-dimensional representations of humans from ancient Egypt have been found in graves of the Predynastic period, Naqada I, 4000-3600 BC. It is thought that their presence was to provide magical support for the owners rebirth and regeneration.(BM) Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Bone, lapis lazuli Dimensions: 11.4cm Location: Naqada Author: Reference: EA 32141 Collection: The British Museum
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Naqada culture 4400 BC - 3000 BC Neolithic Egypt
Naqada II, circa 3500?3400 BC Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Painted terracotta Dimensions: 29.2 x 14 x 5.7 cm Location: Naqada Author: Reference: 07.447.505 Collection: Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA
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Proto Elamite 3200 BC - 2700 BC Ancient 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: Sculpture Year: Material: Bronze Dimensions: Location: Author: Reference: 2007.280 Collection: New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
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1st Dynasty of Egypt 3100 BC - 2890 BC Ancient Egypt
Location G64/6 Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Lead Dimensions: H 5.9 W 2.4 D 1.5 cm Weight: 75 Location: Author: Reference: EA32138 Collection: The British Museum
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Early Cycladic Greece 3000 BC - 2500 BC Ancient Greece
Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge,MA, USA Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Dimensions: Location: Cyclades Author: Reference: Collection: N/A
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Early Cycladic Greece 3000 BC - 2500 BC Ancient Greece
Head from the figure of a woman, Spedos type, Early Cycladic II (2700 BC–2300 BC), Keros culture. Category: Sculpture Year: 2700 BC Material: Dimensions: Location: Cyclades Author: Reference: Collection: The Louvre
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Early Cycladic Greece 3000 BC - 2500 BC Ancient Greece
Early Cycladic II Keros-Syros culture Category: Sculpture Year: 2600 BC Material: Dimensions: Location: Cyclades Author: Reference: Collection: New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient Mesopotamia
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: Sculpture Year: Material: Gypsum, Bitumen Dimensions: H 11 cm W 8 cm D 10.5 cm Location: Sippar Author: Reference: 91877 Collection: N/A
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