Goddess Sculptures 4000 - 3000 BCE

vagina nude - Goddess Sculptures 4000 - 3000 BCE via.

Venus figurines

Venus figurines from around the world; small and portable sculptures emphasizing the female form, carried by nomadic tribes. Can you name them all, and the regions where they were found?These figures do not represent Venus.

The "Menhir du Champ Dolent", neolithic megalith in Eastern Brittany, France. It is the highest menhir in Brittany.

The "Menhir du Champ Dolent", neolithic megalith in Eastern Brittany, France. It is the highest menhir in Brittany. This standing stone has a strong presence even through the photograph.The Menhir of the Cursed Field

Large stone ring in Gobekli Tepe.

Large stone rings known so far only in Gobekli Tepe. Their function is still completely unknown. Piedra y no se sabe para qué es.

Egyptian Amulet in the shape of an ankh, 2nd-1st BC.

Triple amulet: Was Scepter, Djed Pillar and Ankh, usually a symbol of Ptah, atop His staff. Egypt- Amulet in the shape of an ankh, BC.

The history of Sumer is counted as lasting from about 3500 BCE until 2000 BCE, where after other cultures, based upon the Sumerian, continued the civilization

This Sumerian votive of a priest with an offering to a god is standing in for a worshiper symbolically engaging in continuous prayer. His eyes are exaggerated in fixed attentiveness.

Mother goddess figurine, Göbekli tepe, Turkey

female figurine, gobekli tepe, turkey Comapre her to the Venus of Willendorf…

Mother Goddess/Female Figure, 3rd–early 2nd millennium BC, southwest Arabia. The obesity of such figures, found in numerous parts of the prehistoric world, was a sign of fertility, nurturing and prosperity.

Standing female figure wearing a strap and a necklace

Standing female figure wearing a strap and a necklace Period: Early Middle Bronze Age Date: millennium BC. Geography: Southwestern Arabia Medium: Sandstone, quartzite The Metropolitan Museum

The Ozieri culture (or San Michele culture) was a prehistoric pre-Nuragic culture that lived in Sardinia from c. 3200 to 2800 BC.      [Dea Madre Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Cagliari

Female figurine from the Ozieri culture (or San Michele culture), a prehistoric pre-Nuragic culture, Sardinia, Italy, ca.

jomon figure...12000 years old

The ancient Jomon of Japan: History and Pictures - Incipient Jomon B. They produced deep pottery cooking containers with pointed bottoms and rudimentary cord markings—among the oldest examples of pottery known in the world.

the oldest sculpture known, (40.000 BP) called Lowenfrau, the Lion Lady Venus - carved from mammoth ivory. It was found in the cave of Hohlenstein-Stadel in the Valley of Lone, Baden-Wurttemberg (Germany), in 1931, dated as Aurignacian. Este es un modelo hecho pensando en la hipótesis de que fuera una mujer.En la cueva española de Las Caldas un retrato de animal de hace14 000 años es claramente femenino. Por encima de él se ve como una cabra de montaña, debajo de ella tiene una vulva.

the oldest sculpture known, BP) called Lowenfrau, the Lion Lady Venus - carved from mammoth ivory. It was found in the cave of Hohlenstein-Stadel in the Valley of Lone, Baden-Wurttemberg (Germany), in 1931

Sitting Venus (Magna Mater) of Hrádok, 1st half of the 4th millenium BC, Late Neolithic, Lengyel culture, Šurany - Nitriansky Hrádok, West Slovakia.

Sitting Venus (Magna Mater) of Hrádok, half of the millenium BC, detail 2 Late Neolithic, Lengyel culture height: 27 cm provenance: Šurany - Nitriansky Hrádok, West Slovakia

World’s oldest labyrinth illustration, c. 2000-1700 BC, Babylonia In Old Babylonian on clay showing a labyrinth of square and symmetric form.

World’s oldest labyrinth illustration, c. BC, Babylonia In Old Babylonian on clay, showing a labyrinth of square and symmetric form.

Amber bear figurine found near Słupsk. Mesolithic/Neolithic.

Neolithic amber bear, dated between 1700 B. Amber bear figurine found in 1887 by accident during turf-cutting in a marsh near Słupsk, Poland (near the Baltic in the former Pomerania) Neolithic.

Votive relief, Egypt, Ptolemaic Kingdom, ca. 305-30 BC

Double-sided votive relief Egyptian Hellenistic Period (Ptolemaic Dynasty) B.

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