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"Mother goddess" figurine Near Eastern, Anatolian, Neolithic Period, 6000–5500 B.C.  Museum of Fine Arts Boston

"Mother goddess" figurine Near Eastern, Anatolian, Neolithic Period, B. Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Çatalhöyük, Seated Mother-Goddess figurine, Alabaster level VI.B. Belma Kulaçoğlu (Erdinç Bakla archive) 1 Repin

Çatalhöyük, Seated Mother-Goddess figurine, Alabaster level VI.B. Belma Kulaçoğlu (Erdinç Bakla archive) 1 Repin

Terracotta female figurine; Oxus Civilization; Turkmenistan; Gonor Depe site; Victor Sarianidi;  	 		 		Copyrig...

Terracotta female figurine; Oxus Civilization; Turkmenistan; Gonor Depe site; Victor Sarianidi; Copyrig...

Sculpture of the Neolithic Age (6000 BC) depicting a couple embracing, from Catal Höyük. Ankara Museum of Anatolian Civilizations.

Sculpture of the Neolithic Age BC) depicting a couple embracing, from Catal Höyük. Ankara Museum of Anatolian Civilizations.

Two plump woman figurines unearthed in the 9,000-year-old Neolithic settlement of Çatalhöyük represent elderly women, not the Anatolian mother goddess Cybele as was earlier believed, according to an expert

Two plump woman figurines unearthed in the Neolithic settlement of Çatalhöyük represent elderly women, not the Anatolian mother goddess Cybele as was earlier believed, according to an expert

mother goddess figurine - similar to the Willendorf Venus style of figures - found at the neolithic/chalcolithic site of Çatalhöyük, Turkey

6200 BCE Catal Hoyuk statue Goddess flanked by a pair of felines. It represented a fertility Goddess. Its resemblance to much later Goddess figures is striking.

Anthropomorphic figurine found at the Late Neolithic settlement at the Links of Noltland on Westray, Scotland

Small anthropomorphic figurine known as 'Orkney Venus' thought to be the first representation of human form from Scotland. (Late Neolithic settlement at the Links of Noltland)

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