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Ancient Jōmon earthenware...12000 years old. The Jōmon period (縄文時代 Jōmon jidai?) is the time in Japanese prehistory from about 14,000 BC to about 300 BC, when Japan was inhabited by a Neolithic culture which reached a considerable degree of cultural sophistication, above all in pottery, despite limited development of agriculture and no use of metal.

Large Ancient Pre-Columbian Nazca Pottery Doll

This image "The Goddess of Lepenski Vir" was found on the same altar as the Lepenski Vir "vulva stone" which was located on the banks of the Danube river in Yugoslavia. Extensive radiocarbon dating shows that the Lepenski Vir site was occupied between about 6000 BC and 4560 BC. For well over a thousand years these people lived in this place, a prehistoric town a few feet from the Danube river, a place with many altars. The heart of their devotions was The Womb of The Universe.

Pre-Columbian gold Aspenandes Handcrafts

Ceramic vessel of a tattooed priest Moche 100-800 CE Ancash Region Peru

Huari Glove, 650-800 AD Peru, Pre-Columbian.

Calima,Pre-Columbian. Mientras otras culturas precolombinas trabajaban con ceramica la cultura Calima y Muisca (Colombia) trabajaban con oro creando piezas de una altisimo calidad y con gran cantidad de detalles.

Ceramic portrait vessel Moche 100-800 CE La Libertad Region Peru by mharrsch, via Flickr

Pre-Columbian, Sican - Chimu Culture, North Coast Peru, ca 800-1000 CE. Crafted from high karat sheet gold, drinking vessel features face of the god Naylamp wearing Gold Ear Rings with turquoise beads, hair on reverse beautifully done in repousse. 70.3 gram weight. 8"H.