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    Estatuilla femenina Paleolítico superior Ermitage

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    Recorrido virtual por la cueva de Lascaux, la más impresionante del Paleolítico superior.

    Judean Female Figurine / 800-600 BCE / Lachish, Israel

    Female figurine wearing necklace Predynastic, Naqada II / ca. 3500–3300 BCE / Egypt / Bone / H. 3.9 x W. 1.6 x D. 0.8 cm

    El Escarabajo Egipcio

    Cueva de Altamira | Cantabria | Spain

    Sardinian marble female idol. Ozieri Culture circa 3000 B.C.E

    Marble female figure / Early Cycladic I / South Aegean Sea / 3200–2800 BCE / H. 8 1/2 in

    Male Figurine, Egyptian. Predynastic, Late Naqada I - Early Naqada II 3750-3550 BCE, Ivory

    Galets azilien - Mas d'Azil


    Terracotta figurine of Isis-Aphrodite

    Two Royal Figures Object Name: Figure Date: mid-11th century–mid-12th century Geography: Iran Medium: Stucco; modeled, carved, polychrome painted, gilded

    The Goddess Inanna in breast-offering pose. As early as 3500 B.C.E. Inanna was worshiped as the great Goddess of Sumeria. Also known as Queen of Heaven and Earth, Priestess of Heaven, Light of the World, First Daughter of the Moon, Righteous Justice, Holy Shepherdess, and Loud Thundering Storm.

    female figurine ca. 3500–3000 B.C. Culture: Pakistan (Quetta area)

    Ancient Greece - 6000-5000 B.C. Steatopygous Idol (George Ortiz, Collection, terracotta) by RasMarley, via Flickr

    Female figure Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 Date: ca. 1991–1450 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, el-Asasif, Birabi, Tomb CC 24, Carnarvon/Carter excavations 1910 Medium: Conifer (Cedar)

    4th century Mexico or Guatemala; Maya/Perhaps the depiction of a fourth-century Maya king, this incense burner would have been used to make offerings carried by smoke to the spirits and deities in the supernatural realm. Rulers are represented in Maya art as communicators with the supernatural and the living may have sought their continued intervention after death.

    Terracotta horse and rider, ca. 750–600 B.C. Cypriot. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

    Prehistoric Goddess pendant carved from amber, from Eastern Europe by lisby1

    Statuette of Nike (personification of victory), late 5th century b.c.; Classical Greek