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Found in the underground neolithic temple of Malta, 3300   BC

The 'sleeping Goddess' Sculpture found in the underground neolithic temple of Malta - 3300 BC

Sleeping Goddess of Malta, replica of a sculpture found in the Hypogeum, a temple believed to be used for worship, dreams and healing. The temple complex was build around 4,000 BC

Sleeping Goddess of Malta, replica of a sculpture found in the Hypogeum, a temple believed to be used for worship, dreams healing. The temple complex was build around BC

Standing male worshiper. From Mesopotamia, ca. 2900-2600 BC. Located in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY. To learn more about this piece, click on the picture.

Standing male worshipper BCE) / Early Dynastic period II / Sumerian style / Excavated at Tell Asmar (ancient Eshnunna), central Mesopotamia / Alabaster (gypsum), shell, black limestone / Metropolitan Museum of Art

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.

Neolithic Nathor-Nile River Goddess BC This Egyptian fertility bird…

Mother Goddess figurine From the island of Kárpathos, Aegean Sea - Neolithic period, about 4500-3200 BC - at the British Museum

Goddess figure from the island of Kárpathos, Aegean Sea about BC, Neolithic Age, probablyi the earliest stone sculpture from Greece - at the British Museum

Neolithic Stone Female "Idol," 2500 BC - 1900 BC, Anatolian, Syrian | The simple and uniform shapes make this difficult to classify: figures with a comparable structure can be found in the Near East from Neolithic times at least up until the Iron Age. This "idol" resembles a relief or a stele, more than a true statue in the round, and displays summary features for the anatomical rendering of the face and arms, whereas the lower part of the body shows no details whatsoever.

Neolithic 2500 BC - 1900 BCE Anatolian Bird Women figures with a comparable structure can be found in the Near East from Neolithic times at least up until the Iron Age.

Japan - dogu figurine, ca.1000-300 BC - earthenware

Dogū (Clay Figurine) Period: Final Jōmon period (ca.) Culture: Japan Medium: Earthenware Dimensions: H.

Trypilian culture: Goddess of fertility figurine.

Neolithic Ceramic Female Figurine Cucuteni-Trypillian Culture (in present-day Moldova, Romania and Ukraine) -- BCE -- Piatra Neamt Museum

Mesopotamian objects from temples of the Early Dynastic Period. c. 2900 - 2330 BCE. Oriental Institute. University of Chicago.

Mesopotamian objects from temples of the Early Dynastic Period. University of Chicago.

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