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Exemple d'idole féminine en ivoire trouvée parmi les vestiges de la culture badarienne, Egypte.
Exemple d'idole féminine en ivoire trouvée parmi les vestiges de la culture badarienne, Egypte.

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Exemple d'idole féminine en ivoire trouvée parmi les vestiges de la culture badarienne, Egypte.

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Vinca culture, Balkan, 5,400 and 4,700 BC
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The Vinca Culture, is the oldest Neolithic culure in South-eastern Europe, dated to the period BC. 'Venus of Parzadzik'

Vinca Figurines: Imaging the Devine?

Neolithic seated smiling woman woman with happy sexual life

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Vinca culture, Balkan, 5,400 and 4,700 BC

Vinca culture, Balkan, 5,400 and 4,700 BC
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Diosa que llevaba una tiara colmena de Turquía, Alrededor del 8000 aC www.thebeegoddess.com
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The honeybee has a long tradition of being worshipped and venerated as a symbol of the goddess in many ancient civilizations. Some of the oldest images of bee goddesses date back years. For example, the Anatolian Mother Goddess wearing a Beehive st

Beehive inspired motif was popular in earliest society and confirmed the Goddesses exalted status as a Queen Bee who ‘streams with honey’, a substance of considerable importance, and status, in ancient times.

Synchronicity and a visit from the Bee Goddesses today … This morning, I woke up with a scratchy throat and had an urge for some tea. I prepared some tea and added a liberal dose of honey.

Goddess figure from Turkey, Circa

Diosa que llevaba una tiara colmena de Turquía, Alrededor del 8000 aC www.thebeegoddess.com

Diosa que llevaba una tiara colmena de Turquía, Alrededor del 8000 aC www.thebeegoddess.com
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Terracotta statuette of a nude woman, The figurine is hollow. The groove on the left breast is accidental. Such figures were placed in tombs and may symbolize fertility and regeneration.
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Terracotta woman's effigy (talisman) ca.

Terracotta statuette of a nude woman, The figurine is hollow. The groove on the left breast is accidental. Such figures were placed in tombs and may symbolize fertility and regeneration.

Terracotta statuette of a nude woman, The figurine is hollow. The groove on the left breast is accidental. Such figures were placed in tombs and may symbolize fertility and regeneration.
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Terracotta figure holding an infant 1450-1200 BC Late Cypriot II Culture (Source: The British Museum)
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Terracotta figurine of a woman with a child, Cyprus, av.

Full: Front COMPASS Title: Terracotta figurine of a woman with a child © The Trustees of the British Museum

Ancient terracotta mother and child, B.

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Terracotta figure holding an infant 1450-1200 BC Late Cypriot II Culture (Source: The British Museum)

Terracotta figure holding an infant  1450-1200 BC  Late Cypriot II Culture  (Source: The British Museum)
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From Naqada I-II, Egypt, (UC15138) at the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology in London, where is part of University College London Museums & Collections.
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From Naqada I-II, Egypt, (UC15138) at the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology in London, where is part of University College London Museums & Collections.

From Naqada I-II, Egypt, (UC15138) at the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology in London, where is part of University College London Museums & Collections.
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Seated Mother Goddess Period: Indus civilization, Mehrgarh style Date: 3000–2500 B.C. Culture: Pakistan (Baluchistan) Medium: Terracotta
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Indus civilization Seated Mother Goddess Terracotta figurine - circa B.C, found Pakistan, height 9 cm - at the Metropolitan Museum

Black Asia- Mother Neteru from the Indus Valley Civilization-Mohenjo_Daro-Harappan Culture.

Inanna the Sumerian Mother Goddess.notice the beehive form of the Mother.The Queen Bee!

Inanna the Sumerian Mother Goddess ~ Inanna's modern persona." embodies the traits of independence, self determination, and strength.

Seated Mother Goddess Period: Indus civilization, Mehrgarh style Date: 3000–2500 B.C. Culture: Pakistan (Baluchistan) Medium: Terracotta

Seated Mother Goddess Period: Indus civilization, Mehrgarh style Date: 3000–2500 B.C. Culture: Pakistan (Baluchistan) Medium: Terracotta

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Ivory figurine, female goddess, Kültepe, BC 1800-1700, Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara

Ivory figurine, female goddess, Kültepe, BC Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara

An Indus Valley Baluchistan Terracotta Seated Mother Goddess of the Mehrgarh Style - Pakistan | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

An Indus Valley Baluchistan Terracotta Seated Mother Goddess of the Mehrgarh Style - Pakistan

RESERVED for Gregory  Cucuteni Fertility Figure por gislebertus

RESERVED for Gregory - Cucuteni Fertility Figure

Cucuteni Fertility Godess La culture de Cucuteni-Trypillia, également connue comme culture de Cucuteni, culture de Tripolye et culture de Trypillia, selon qu'on adopte un point de vue roumain (Cucuteni), russe (Триполье) ou ukrainien (Трипілля)

the Lion Lady Venus - carved from mammoth ivory. It was found in the cave of Hohlenstein-Stadel in the Valley of Lone, Baden-Wurttemberg (Germany), in 1931, dated as Aurignacian

the oldest sculpture known, BP) called Lowenfrau, the Lion Lady Venus - carved from mammoth ivory. It was found in the cave of Hohlenstein-Stadel in the Valley of Lone, Baden-Wurttemberg (Germany), in 1931

Figurine féminine nue - vue de dos., Nagada I, 3800-3500 av J.-C. Egypte.

Exploring the beauty and mystery of the female figurine and her mythic journey through time.

Goddess of Fertility - Susa, Iran. 2nd millennium BC. Stamped clay.

fishstickmonkey: “ Goddess of Fertility Susa, Iran. The Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow ”

Sumerian sculpture of the goddess Inanna/ Venus; later  barrowed by a horde of cultures  Circa: 3900 BC

Sumerian sculpture of the goddess Inanna/ Venus; later barrowed by a horde of cultures Circa: 3900 BC

Marble female figure Period: Early Cycladic II Date: 2700–2600 B.C. Culture: Cycladic @Wendy Felts Werley-Williams.metmuseum.org

Marble female figure Period: Early Cycladic II Date: B. Culture: Cycladic Medium: Marble Dimensions: H.

Venus de Valdivia La antiquísima cerámica de Valdivia se esmeró en levantar vasijas comunes y ceremoniales, que poseen ya excelentes atributos plásticos como ser: diseños formales equilibrados espacialmente y una profusa ornamentación geométrica esgrafiada, bien compuesta y con distintos valores de línea.

Venus de Valdivia La antiquísima cerámica de Valdivia se esmeró en levantar vasijas comunes y ceremoniales, que poseen ya excelentes atributos plásticos como ser: diseños formales equilibrados espacialmente y una profusa ornamentación geométrica esgrafiada, bien compuesta y con distintos valores de línea.

Goddess Date: ca. 3500–3000 B.C. Culture: Pakistan (Quetta area) Medium: Terracotta

Goddess Date: ca. Culture: Pakistan (Quetta area) Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Sculpture Credit Line: Purchase, David E. Stutzman Gift, 2003 Accession Number: On view in Gallery 234

Vênus de Lespug (vista lateral), Museu do Homem, Paris.

The Lespugue Venus is a 25 000 years old ivory figurine of a nude female figure

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