The Galgenberg Venus - Fanny The oldest figurine of a woman apart from the Berekhat Ram figure ever found, was created around 30 000 B.C.
Schematic figurine of the Phylakopi type marble Cycladic Early Cycladic III period 2300-2000 BC
Venus vom Hohle Fels Stereolithography: The “Venus of Hohle Fels” is a Venus figurine approximately six centimeters tall and carved from mammoth ivory. It was discovered in September 2008 during excavations in the cave Hohler Fels at the southern foot of the Swabian Alps near Schelklingen. It was created ca. 35,000 years ago and is thus the oldest known representation of a human being. Frankfurt am Main, Germany.