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Woman from Dolni Vestonice. c.29,000- 25,000 BCE | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

This is the "Venus of Dolni Vestonice! a figurine ca. 29.000 - 25.000 years old. Discovered at Dolni Vestonice, CZ in 1925, this female figurine is made out of clay ... I am puzzled by the caption on the pin itself!?

The Venus of Dolní Věstonice; a ceramic statuette of a nude female figure dated to 29,000–25,000 BCE (Gravettian);

european paleolithic 25,000-40,000 BCE Venus of Kostenki

Venus of brown ivory (ca. 27,000/20,000 BCE) found in the caves of Balzi Rossi, on the border between Liguria and France. It's a nearly complete female figurine made from partially fossilised ivory and measures about 7 cm (2.63 inches) high.

Venus of Laussel (20,000 − 18,000 BCE): Discovered in 1911 by physician J. G. Lalanne. The figure is found in a rock shelter, carved onto a piece of fallen limestone.

Venus figurine from Kostenki | 23 000 - 21 000 BC. Limestone H 10.2 cm. This figurine represents the Palaeolithic ‘Venus’, with overlarge breasts and belly.

Paleolithic. Bird-Headed Man with Bison and Rhinosceros, Lascaux. c. 15,000 - 13,000 BCE

The Venus of Dolni Vestonice is a ceramic statuette of a nude female figure dated circa 29,000-25000 BP, which was found at a Paleolithic site in the Moravian basin south of Brno. This figurine (together with a few others from nearby locations) is the oldest known ceramic in the world, predating the use of fired clay to make pottery.

Head of a woman known as the "Venus of Brassempouy" – Gravettian (c. 27,000 BC) Mammoth tusk. Brassempouy (Landes, Frances) Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Musée des Antiquites nationales