Japanese clay doll from Jomon era (145 B.C.)

My, what big eyes you have! Japanese clay doll from Jomon era 145 B. How could there possibly be anything more advanced than our human species?

Sea animal?  Japanese ceramic figurine. Jomon-era. Hokkaido Japan.   BC.1,200 - BC.800.

Sea animal? Japanese ceramic figurine. Jomon-era. Hokkaido Japan. BC.1,200 - BC.800.

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Japan Art, Ancient Artifacts, Jomon Era, Pottery Sculpture, Ancient Aliens, Hinduism, Civilization, Paranormal, Symbols

Beth Cavener Stichter [had thought these were much smaller]

Concept Modeling For Easy Clay Sculptures: – Picture : – Description Beth Cavener Stichter -Read More –

Dogu earthenware.  Final Jomon culture period, 1000-300 BCE, Japan.  They're fired at low temperature and are hollow. Their ritual use is still poorly defined. They are usually found in tombs nearby villages, sometimes deliberately broken and scattered, perhaps for prophylactic purposes. Their female forms also seem to relate to the cult of fertility, these statuettes were attached to a shamanic use and established a link between the supernatural world and the earthly world. Guiment Museum.

These dogu or “clay dolls” clay at low temperature ° C), are hollow. Their ritual use is still poorly defined.

japaneseaesthetics:  3,000 years old Heart-shaped clay figures ( Late Jomon ) Gunma Prefecture East Azuma town Gohara ruins Japan

japaneseaesthetics: “ years old Heart-shaped clay figures ( Late Jomon ) Gunma Prefecture East Azuma town Gohara ruins Japan ”

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