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Egypt Fertility Goddess - made in stone palette, date unknown - at the Los Angeles County Museum

Egypt Fertility Goddess - made in stone palette, date unknown - at the Los Angeles County Museum

Anthropomorphic Stele 4th millennium BCE This haunting anthropomorphic stele is among the earliest known works of art from the Arabian Peninsula and dates back to some six thousand years ago. Found near Ha’il in the north, it was probably associated with religious or burial practices. The figure's distinctive belted robe and double-bladed sword may have been unique to this region. El-Maakir-Qaryat al-Kaafa, near Ha'il, Saudi Arabia Sandstone H x W: 92 x 21 cm National Museum, Riyadh, 997

Anthropomorphic Stele 4th millennium BCE This haunting anthropomorphic stele is among the earliest known works of art from the Arabian Peninsula and dates back to some six thousand years ago. Found near Ha’il in the north, it was probably associated with religious or burial practices. The figure's distinctive belted robe and double-bladed sword may have been unique to this region. El-Maakir-Qaryat al-Kaafa, near Ha'il, Saudi Arabia Sandstone H x W: 92 x 21 cm National Museum, Riyadh, 997

Neolithic male-female fusion in one potent fertility figurine , southern Sahara

Neolithic male-female fusion in one potent fertility figurine , southern Sahara

Anthropomorphic vessel ca. 1350-800 B.C.E. Nortwestern Iran

Anthropomorphic vessel ca. 1350-800 B.C.E. Nortwestern Iran

Anthropomorphic vase, first half of the second millennium BCE, Neo-Elamite dynasty. | Louvre Museum

Anthropomorphic vase, first half of the second millennium BCE, Neo-Elamite dynasty. | Louvre Museum

Eternal Little Goddess • Venus of Grimaldi Liguria, Italy 20,000 AC ...

Eternal Little Goddess • Venus of Grimaldi Liguria, Italy 20,000 AC ...

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