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    Neolithic - Anthropomorphic Female Neolithic ceramic figurine. Mother goddess Cucuteni Culture Piatra Neamt Museum.

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    Neolithic ceramic female figurine Cucuteni-Trypillian culture, ca. 5500-2750 BCE, Piatra Neamt Museum.

  • Lola Coulombe

    ceramic female figurine Cucuteni -Trypillian culture, Ukraine, Neolithic c. 5500-2750 BCE -Piatra Neamt Museum

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Anthropomorphic Cucuteni-Trypillian clay figure, (Romania) ca. 5500 - 2750 BCE

Neolithic female figurine from El Kadada, Sudan, 4th millennium bce. This much-overlooked ancient culture had its roots in the very ancient Khartoum Mesolithic, which had so much influence on early Kemet (Egypt).

Cucuteni female figurine. Cucuteni-Trypillian culture, also known as Cucuteni culture (from Romanian), Trypillian culture (from Ukrainian) or Tripolye culture (from Russian), is a Neolithic archaeological culture which existed from approximately 4800 to 3000 BC, from the Carpathian Mountains to the Dniester and Dnieper regions in modern-day Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine.

4200 BCE. Dubbed the "Council of Goddesses", a collection of 15 female clay figurines, 13 are seated on accompanying clay chairs (or thrones), placed facing inward in a circle. Neolithic Pre- Cucuteni culture of Poduri-Dealul, Romania Museum of Piatra Neamt.

Female Figurine Vladivia, 3rd millenium BC The Metropolitan Museum of Art "In the third millennium B.C., inhabitants of Ecuador’s southwest coast developed the earliest known ceramic figurine tradition in the Americas. Noted for their stylized representation, these clay statuettes are rooted in earlier stone figurine traditions from the same region. While some of the ceramic figures are relatively plain, l...

Figurine, Cucuteni-Trypillian culture (also known as Cucuteni culture, from Romanian; Trypillian culture, from Ukrainian; or Tripolye culture, from Russian) is a Neolithic archaeological culture which existed from approximately 4800 to 3000 BCE, from the Carpathian Mountains to the Dniester and Dnieper regions in modern-day Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine.

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Female Idol with Jewelry and Costume From Ludus, Serbia, Dubovac Culture Terracotta (15th BCE) Height 20 cm Inv. 10.439  Narodni Muzej, ...

Cucuteni Neolithic Bird Spoon. Cucuteni-Trypillian culture (also known as Cucuteni culture, from Romanian; Trypillian culture, from Ukrainian; or Tripolye culture, from Russian) is a Neolithic archaeological culture which existed from approximately ca. 5500-2750 BCE, from the Carpathian Mountains to the Dniester and Dnieper regions in modern-day Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine.

Goddess Date: ca. 3500–3000 B.C. Culture: Pakistan (Quetta area) Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. 2 3/8 in. (6 cm); W. 15/16 in. (2.4 cm) Classification: Sculpture Credit Line: Purchase, David E. Stutzman Gift, 2003 Accession Number: 2003.571.1 On view in Gallery 234