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Stelophorous Statue of Bay, a scribe in the reign of Seti I 1294-1250 b.c.

Dress-pin by National Historical Museum, Sweden, via Flickr

Casting mould. Soapstone. The mould was probably used for casting dress pins using an overlay technique. Dress pins of this kind were usually gilded with silver or gold. Björkö, Adelsö, Uppland, Sweden. SHM 8139:7

Fragment of a painted clay statue of a seated unidentified god wearing a headdress characteristic of a Mesopotamian deity. Found in Ur, Iraq, about 2000-1750 BCE

MFA Egyptian Statue of Lady Sennuwy I

The statue shown in this image is Cleopatra VII who was an Egyptian queen. She was considered as the last "Pharaoh of Egypt" during the Ptolemaic Dynasty (332-30 BC). The Black basalt statue is one of the best-preserved images of a Ptolemaic queen. She is wearing a wig with many braids and holding a cornucopia. The figure is clearly Egyptian in style, though with Greek attributes (knotted dress). The front of the headdress is decorated with a uraeus, the symbol of Egyptian royalty.

centuriespast: Mother Goddess 3rd Century BC, Mauryan Period Place of origin: Mathura, Uttar Pradesh National Museum, India

Bronze female figure, Cretan, Late Minoan I 1600-1450 BCE Metropolitan Museum

The first human statue, 11.000 years old. Şanlıurfa Museum, Türkiye (Turkey)