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The numinous vulva again, inscribed with svastika, on a lead figurine found 23 feet below the surface at Troy. Same source as post below. H...

mysterywomanrevival: “ The numinous vulva again, inscribed with svastika, on a lead figurine found 23 feet below the surface at Troy. Hands touching breasts, another sign.

Figurine Anthropomorphic, Male ImagePeriod: Pottery Neolithic

Figurine Anthropomorphic, Male ImagePeriod: Pottery Neolithic

This tiny female figurine comes from 4500 BC.  It is found on the Po plain in Northern Italy and measures 6 cm.  Thanks to the tapered lower body the figurine can easily be inserted into the ground.  The Lady wears a fertility girdle and a red chain.  She has short arms and a small head with long hair or a veil. Source: Venus is geen Vamp, Annine van der Meer

This tiny female figurine comes from 4500 BC. It is found on the Po plain in…

Mother Goddess figurine From the island of Kárpathos, Aegean Sea - Neolithic period, about 4500-3200 BCE - at the British Museum

Goddess figure from the island of Kárpathos, Aegean Sea about BC, Neolithic Age, probablyi the earliest stone sculpture from Greece - at the British Museum

Japanese Jomon ceramic figurine. B.C.4,500 - 3,300 This figurine was unearthed on Oodate City Akita Japan.

Japanese wonder ceramic figurine BCE) / this figurine was unearthed in Oodate City, Akita, Japan

New Stone Age early clay figurine, Nea Nikomedeia, Thessaly, Greece 6000-5500BC

Graphics-Crete & Mycenae - Ceramic History Tutorials for Potters and Clay Artists

The Orkney "Wife" was found in at the golf links at Noltland on the Island of Westray in 2009 by Archaeologist Jakob Kainz in a midden (old rubbish tip) filled with the brittle bones of deer, cattle and fish. Made from Old Red Sandstone from the island of Eday, the venus like figurine is the only known Neolithic carving of a human form to have been discovered in Scotland.

The Orkney "Wife" Venus Age: Around BCE Material: Red Sandstone Found: Island of Westray (Scotland) in 2009 Present Location: Westray Heritage Centre Width: Depth:

Goddess figurine Shaar HaGolan Pottery Neolithic Clay H: 15.1 cm; W: 6.9 cm Israel Antiquities Authority Accession number: IAA 2002-1187

Goddess figurine Shaar HaGolan Pottery Neolithic Clay H: cm; W: cm Israel Antiquities Authority Accession number: IAA

Figurines of Standing Women - Moldova - 3rd millenium BC

Figurines of Standing Women Moldova millenium BC Clay H cm, cm Vykhvatynsky burial ground the State Hermitage Museum

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