Decorated human skulls dated to years ago found at the Neolithic site of Tell Aswad, Syria. On the skulls, lifelike faces were modelled with clay earth, then coloured to accentuate the features. The results are "surprisingly realistic".
Monte D'Accoddi Monte d’Accoddi is an archaeological site in Sardinia, Italy that archaeologists believe were erected between 2700 and 2000 BC. Discovered in many presumed Monte d’Accoddi featured an altar, temple or step pyramid.
The Trundholm sun chariot (Danish: Solvognen), is a late Nordic Bronze Age artifact discovered in Denmark. It is a representation of the sun chariot, a bronze statue of a horse and a large bronze disk, which are placed on a device with spoked wheels.
ain ghazal statues - Ain Ghazal is a Neolithic site located in North-Western Jordan, on the outskirts of Amman. It dates as far back as 7250 BC, and was inhabited until 5000 BC. It’s one of the largest known prehistoric settlements in the Near East.