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Female Figurine. Egypt, from Ma’mariya. Predynastic Period, Naqada II, c. 3500–3400 B.C.E. Terracotta, painted.

workman: ancientart: A 5500 year old female figurine from Predynastic Egypt.From Ma'mariya, Egypt, painted terracotta, ca. BC, about tall.Representations of female figures with highly abstracted forms occur throughout most of the Predynastic Period.

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

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

"Bird Lady" a Neolithic Egyptian ceramic, Naganda IIa Predynastic 3500-3400 BCE, Brooklyn Museum

"Bird Lady", Neolithic Egyptian ceramic, from Ma’mariya, Naganda IIa Predynastic BCE, Brooklyn Museum

Hathor Figurine Egypt, 1938-1630 BCE The Brooklyn Museum "Statuettes of naked women with incomplete legs, like this example, have been found in Middle Kingdom tombs and houses. Early Egyptologists mistakenly identified them as concubines intended to provide the spirits of men with an eternity of sexual pleasure. Recent studies show that both men and women used these figures to ensure fertility. In the home, they were believed to enhance a wifes fruitfulness and a husbands ...

Hathor Figurine Egypt, BC The Brooklyn Museum “Statuettes of naked women with incomplete legs, like this example, have been found in Middle Kingdom tombs and houses. Early Egyptologists mistakenly identified them as concubines intended to.

Female figurine, reportedly From: Ma'mariya, Egypt, ca. 3500-3400 B.C.E. Predynastic Period, Naqada IIa

Brooklyn Museum: Egyptian, Classical, Ancient Near Eastern Art: Female Figure

Egyptian Predynastic Female Figurine dating to circa 3650-3300 B.C. Terracotta, 11 1/2 in. (29.3 cm) high. Located in the Brooklyn Museum

TERRACOTTA - Egyptian Predynastic Female Figurine dating to circa B. Terracotta, 11 in. Located in the Brooklyn Museum

Terracotta figure of a goddess; traces of red and white decoration survive. - Boeotian, 500BC (circa)

Terracotta figure of a goddess; traces of red and white decoration survive…

Another view of one of the most artistically beautiful images of the Great She - Nathor Nile River Goddess. An important Egyptian fertility bird Goddess (c. 3600 BCE).

Another view of one of the most artistically beautiful images of the Great She - Nathor Nile River Goddess. An important Egyptian fertility bird Goddess (c. Her arms make me think this was supposed to hook onto something.

Art néolithique - Les Musées Barbier-Mueller

Female figurine early neolithic period Catal Höyük or Hacılar - Les Musées Barbier-Mueller

טל בן משה - מאמן כושר אישי ויועץ תזונה

Painted Terracotta Female Figure, Predynastic Period, Naqada IIa Period - Ma'mariya, Egypt, B.

South Arabian Alabaster Abstract Head  PERIOD  3rd century BC  CULTURE  South Arabian  CATEGORY  Arabian

South Arabian Alabaster Abstract Head PERIOD 3rd century BC CULTURE South Arabian CATEGORY Arabian

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