Figura fenicia que representa a una divinidad oriental, probablemente la diosa Astarté. 7th cent BCE.
Phoenician statuettes from Byblos, 19th-18th cent. BCE. Now in the National Museum of Beirut.
Terracotta aryballos (perfume vase) Boeotian 590-570 BCE
Iconography from the Ancient World
Female Figurine from Iran, 3500 BCE. Unclothed yet adorned with jewelry. Penn museum.
Terracotta kantharos (drinking cup with two high handles Boeotian 550 BCE
Jar with winged bulls and flanking palmettes Period: Iron Age III Date: ca. 8th–7th century B.C. Geography: Iran, said to be from Ziwiye
Clay figurine with Frame-drum. Exhibited in Haifa. Kvinnelig idol spiller rammetromme. Jern i to av det åttende århundret BCE. 8th Cenury BCE Shikmona.
Roman Fresco recovered from Vesuvian ash at Stabiae on the Bay of Naples 1st century BCE - 1st century CE
Terracotta tripod kothon (vessel for perfumed oil) Boeotian mid-6th century BCE Attributed to the Group of the Boeotian Dancers
Cybele Goddess plaque Exhibited in Lyon. 2-3 cent. CE. by Asoka: Buddhism from Asia to Scandinavia, via Flickr