Egyptian Predynastic Female Figurine

Neolithic Egyptian Nile female figurine, 3,000-4,000 BCE.

Neolithic Nathor-Nile River Goddess 4,000 BC This Egyptian fertility bird Goddess appeared in early predynastic times as a funerary figure with a beaked face and wing-like arms and hands. Her form is a blend of bird, woman and deity. These painted terra cotta figures, less than a foot high and much alike, were found in graves in Mohamerian, near Edfu.

Magick Wicca Witch Witchcraft: #Spiral #Goddess, circa 4000 BCE, Romania.

Kuan Yin, goddess of compassion. Kuan means Earth and Yin is the female life force. She is a completely enlightened Buddha who made a promise in the distant past that after reaching complete enlightenment she would always appear in female form for the benefit of all beings. By iconographic category and hierarchy she is a meditational deity and her appearance is that of a peaceful deity. Kuan Yin has strength which is embraced by softness.~~~

Ivan Mestrovic, Archangel Gabriel

Wood Sculpture

Statuette of a Serving Girl, c. 1323-1186 BC Egypt, New Kingdom, late Dynasty 18 (1540-1296 BC) to Dynasty 19 (1295-1186 BC)

a modern goddess figure

A Terracotta Figure of Isis–Aphrodite, Roman period, 2nd–3rd century A | Sands of Time Ancient Art

Babylonian Goddess Ashtarte Ishtar Statue 2000 BC (also known by other names in other cultures, such as Eastre, Astarte, Artemis, fertility goddesses. This is the goddess behind Easter celebrations.

Statuette (of Aphrodite?) Circa 350 BC, Shrine of Diana, Nemi, central Italy, Etruria

Terracotta Figure of Isis-Aphrodite [Egyptian, 2nd-3rd century] | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

''...la serpiente era la representación de la voluptuosidad, de la vida y de la fertilidad impulsada por la libido y los deseos de la mujer (...) El control de la capacidad reproductora de la mujer implicó la desposesión de sus deseos y la eliminación de su libido para hacer funcionar la fisiología de su cuerpo, esclavizado y robotizado, según los fines específicos del nuevo orden patriarcal: reproducir esclavos resignados y guerreros http://dormirsinllorar.com/foro/viewtopic.php?p=255407

Diana the huntress, fresco. Pompeii, Italy. 1st century A.D.

Statue of Goddess Durga

Alabaster, gold, terracotta Statuette of a Woman adorned with earrings and rubies. 2nd C. BCE - AD. Hillah Necropolis. Great Goddess of Babylon Venus perhaps?

Indus Valley Terracotta Figurine of a Fertility Goddess, Pakistan/Western India Circa: 3000 BC to 2500 BCE

Head from the figure of a woman, ca. 2700–2500 b.c.; Early Cycladic I–II. Cycladic; Keros-Syros culture. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Christos G. Bastis, 1964 (64.246)

* A Phrygian Terracotta Cup, ca. 1200 - 700 BC | Sands of Time Ancient Art

Goddess of Prosperity.