This tiny female figurine comes from 4500 BC.  It is found on the Po plain in Northern Italy and measures 6 cm.  Thanks to the tapered lower body the figurine can easily be inserted into the ground.  The Lady wears a fertility girdle and a red chain.  She has short arms and a small head with long hair or a veil. Source: Venus is geen Vamp, Annine van der Meer

This tiny female figurine comes from 4500 BC. It is found on the Po plain in…

Neolithic, about 4500-3200 BC  From the island of Kárpathos, Aegean Sea  The earliest stone sculpture from Greece in 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

Iran, 1st century BC    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Statuette of a female Period: Iron Age II Date: ca. early millennium B. Geography: Northwestern Iran, Caspian region Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: H. cm Classification: Ceramics-Sculpture Credit Line: Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1964 Accession Number:

mini-girlz: “ Female idol - Early Cycladic 2700 - 2300 BC ” Wow she looks likes a modern art sculpture.

mini-girlz: “ Female idol - Early Cycladic 2700 - 2300 BC ” Wow she looks likes a modern art sculpture.

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

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

Neolithic Anatolia ca 5500 http://www.pinterest.com/MargaGrauenfels/historical-artifacts-fertility-idols-ancestral-mot/

Anatolia Goddess : Neolithic Anatolia ca 5500 Published January 2016 at 236 × 328 in Ancient Mythology and Current Reality Part One

"Tel Halaf" - Fertility Figurine - Syria - 5000-4000 BC - Terracotta w/traces of pigment -  As early as the 7th millennium BC, cultures in the Near East began to create organized settlements with well-developed religious and funerary practices.  The Halaf culture of Anatolia (central Turkey) and northern Syria arose around 5000 BC and produced remarkable female figurines with distinctive fertility attributes. This statuette is seated wlegs extended, her arms cradling her protruding…

ancientpeoples: “ “Tel Halaf” Fertility Figurine Syria BC Terracotta with traces of pigment “As early as the millennium BC, cultures in the Near East began to create organized.

centuriespast:  Female Figurine  This figurine, one of the oldest statuettes ever excavated in Egypt, perhaps represents a priestess or a goddess dancing or performing ritualized mourning at a funeral ritual.  Medium: Terracotta, painted Reportedly From: Ma’mariya, Egypt Dates: ca. 3650 -3300 B.C.E. Period: Predynastic Period, Naqada IIa Period Brooklyn Museum

Female Figurine This figurine, one of the oldest statuettes ever excavated in Egypt, perhaps represents a priestess or a goddess dancing or performing ritualized mourning at a funeral ritual. Medium: Terracotta, painted Reportedly From: Ma’mariya, Egypt D

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