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The Venus of Hohle Fels,  an Upper Paleolithic Venus figurine hewn from ivory of a mammoth tusk found in 2008 near Schelklingen, Germany. dated to between 35,000 and 40,000 years ago, belonging to the early Aurignacian, at the very beginning of the Upper Paleolithic, which is associated with the assumed earliest presence of Homo sapiens in Europe (Cro-Magnon). It is the oldest undisputed example of Upper Paleolithic art and figurative prehistoric art

The Venus of Hohle Fels, an Upper Paleolithic Venus figurine hewn from ivory of a mammoth tusk found in 2008 near Schelklingen, Germany. dated to between 35,000 and 40,000 years ago, belonging to the early Aurignacian, at the very beginning of the Upper Paleolithic, which is associated with the assumed earliest presence of Homo sapiens in Europe (Cro-Magnon). It is the oldest undisputed example of Upper Paleolithic art and figurative prehistoric art

Çatalhöyük, Seated Mother-Goddess figurine, Alabaster level VI.B. Belma Kulaçoğlu (Erdinç Bakla archive)  1 Repin

Çatalhöyük, Seated Mother-Goddess figurine, Alabaster level VI.B. Belma Kulaçoğlu (Erdinç Bakla archive) 1 Repin

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.

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.

Venus figure, Paleolithic, c. 20,000 B.C., Sandstone.  Found: France

Venus figure, Paleolithic, c. 20,000 B.C., Sandstone. Found: France

The Lespugue Venus is a figurine, a statuette of a nude female figure from the Gravettian period, dated to between 26 000 and 24 000 years ago. It was discovered in 1922 in the Rideaux cave of Lespugue (Haute-Garonne) in the foothills of the Pyrenees by René de Saint-Périer (1877-1950). Approximately 6 inches (150 mm) tall, it is carved from tusk ivory, and was damaged during excavation.

The Lespugue Venus is a figurine, a statuette of a nude female figure from the Gravettian period, dated to between 26 000 and 24 000 years ago. It was discovered in 1922 in the Rideaux cave of Lespugue (Haute-Garonne) in the foothills of the Pyrenees by René de Saint-Périer (1877-1950). Approximately 6 inches (150 mm) tall, it is carved from tusk ivory, and was damaged during excavation.

The oldest portrait of a woman ever found, dating from 26,000 years ago, carved in mammoth ivory and proving that even our early ancestors could capture the expressive nature of the human face in a style that was uniquely meaningful to them.

The oldest portrait of a woman ever found, dating from 26,000 years ago, carved in mammoth ivory and proving that even our early ancestors could capture the expressive nature of the human face in a style that was uniquely meaningful to them.

The Earliest Sculpture of a Horse (Circa 30,000 BCE – 29,000 BCE) : HistoryofInformation.com

The Earliest Sculpture of a Horse (Circa 30,000 BCE – 29,000 BCE) : HistoryofInformation.com

Mujer del aríbalo - Mesopotamia 2200 AC   Museo del Louvre

Mujer del aríbalo - Mesopotamia 2200 AC Museo del Louvre

Cro-Magnon 1 skull This is a 32,000-year-old skull discovered in 1868 in Cro-Magnon rockshelter, Les Eyzies, France. ‘Cro-Magnon Man’ is commonly used for the modern humans that inhabited Europe from about 40,000 to 10,000 years ago.

Cro-Magnon 1 skull This is a 32,000-year-old skull discovered in 1868 in Cro-Magnon rockshelter, Les Eyzies, France. ‘Cro-Magnon Man’ is commonly used for the modern humans that inhabited Europe from about 40,000 to 10,000 years ago.

Venere di Hohle Fels - 40000-35000 anni fa - avorio di mammut scolpito a tutto tondo - dalla caverna di Hohle Fels, Germania - Museo di Blaubeuren, Germania.     #MR

Venere di Hohle Fels - 40000-35000 anni fa - avorio di mammut scolpito a tutto tondo - dalla caverna di Hohle Fels, Germania - Museo di Blaubeuren, Germania. #MR

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