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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...
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Sauwastika (reverse swastika) from ancient Troy (Anatolia, Turkey), 2200 bce

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...

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...

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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.

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-700 -600 Idole féminine, Piravand, nord du Louristan, Iran occidental
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Female Idol, BC from Piravand, Northern Luristan, Western Iran.

-700 -600 Idole féminine, Piravand, nord du Louristan, Iran occidental

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Goddess of Fertility - Susa, Iran. 2nd millennium BC. Stamped clay.
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Exploring the beauty and mystery of the female figurine and her mythic journey through time.

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Goddess of Fertility - Susa, Iran. 2nd millennium BC. Stamped clay.

Goddess of Fertility - Susa, Iran. 2nd millennium BC. Stamped clay.
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New Stone Age early clay figurine, Nea Nikomedeia, Thessaly, Greece 6000-5500BC
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RESERVED for Gregory Cucuteni Fertility Figure por gislebertus
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Cucuteni Goddess This figurine is based on clay statuettes made by the Cucuteni, a late Neolithic archaeological culture that flourished between ca. BCE in the Dniester-Dnieper region of.

The Cucuteni-Trypillian culture (known as Cucuteni in Romanian and Trypilska Трипільська in Ukrainian), is a Neolithic–Eneolithic archaeological culture (ca. 4800 to 3000 BC) in Eastern Europe.

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vinca culture - Google 검색 (I think it’s from farther east, in Turkmenistan?)

Neolithic Kelteminar Figurines The Kelteminar Culture lasted from roughly 6000 BC – 3000 BC (or before or after, the evidence is scant). What we do know though is they built larger houses, probably to.

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

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AN AMLASH TERRACOTTA STEATOPYGOUS FEMALE FIGURE, IRAN, CIRCA EARLY 1ST MILLENNIUM B.C.

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Köşk Höyük / Mother goddess figurine / 5500-5000 BCE / Baked clay / Niğde Museum, Turkey / Kösk Höyük was possibly an important obsidian trade center both in the Neolithic and in the Chalcolithic Periods. The mother goddess figurines; bulls' heads and polychrome ceramics at the site of Kösk Höyük have many similarities with the sites of Çatalhöyük; Can Hasan and Hacilar.

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Goddess figurine Shaar HaGolan Pottery Neolithic Clay H: 15.8 cm; W: 6.8 cm Israel Antiquities Authority Accession number: IAA 2002-1188

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The Venus of Willendorf  Age: Around 25,000 BCE  Material: Oolitic Limestone  Found: Willendorf (Austria) in 1908  Present Location: Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna (Austria)  Length: 10.6cm  Width: 5.7cm  Depth: 4.5cm

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Alcune figure del genere che la Gimbutas caratterizza come raffigurazioni della Dea della Morte. Epoca neolitica, IV a.C. Cultura Ozieri, IV a.C. Signora Bianca di Turrigu

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Venus", height 8 cm (3.2"), putatively ca. 450,000 years BP. The drilled hole through it is an interesting feature.

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