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Amorite female figurines from the Isin-Larsa Period Mesopotamia 2000-1800 BCE / Photographed at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Amorite female figurines from the Isin-Larsa Period Mesopotamia BCE Photographed at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Syrian bronze goddess, middle bronze age IIA, c. 1950-1750 BCE.

Ancient female figurines recollects the world's primordial spiritual art in all its diversity, its deep continuities and global connections.- A Syrian bronze goddess, middle bronze age IIA, B.

"The Thinker of Tarpesti" Pre-Cucuteni 4750-4500 BC Illustration taken from "Cucuteni - The Last Great Chalcolithic Civilization of Europe...

"The Thinker of Tarpesti" Pre-Cucuteni BC Illustration taken from "Cucuteni - The Last Great Chalcolithic Civilization of Europe" by Romanian Ministry of Culture, Romanian Academy, & Hellenic Ministry of Culture

mini-girlz: Figure of a Mother and Child Syria 5000 BC to 4000 BC

mini-girlz: Figure of a Mother and Child Syria 5000 BC to 4000 BC I noticed that the mother's and babies head are long in shape. Yet the description does not mention my observation.

Clay icon (Goddess figure) from Hacilar VI, circa 5400 BCE, western Turkey.

Mother Goddess Clay figurine - circa BCE in Neolitic Age, found Hacilar Höyük in Burdur, Western Anatolia

Mother Goddess Terracotta statuette figure - circa 6000-5000  BC Neolitic Age, found Hacilar Höyük in Burdur, Western Anatolia - at the archaeological museum in Florence

Mother Goddess Terracotta statuette figure - circa BC Neolitic Age, found Hacilar Höyük in Burdur, Western Anatolia of Turkey - at the Florence archaeological Museum

Figurine plaque of a naked goddess, used in household rituals Tel Batash, Late Canaanite period, 14th-13th century BCE Pottery

Figurine plaque of a naked goddess, used in household rituals Tel Batash Late Canaanite period, century BCE Pottery H: W: Th: cm Israel Antiquities Authority