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Elamite Bronze Statuette Of A Female Deity 2500-1900 BC, Barakat gallery. Iran تندیس برنزی زن نیایشگر عیلامی،۲۵۰۰-۱۹۰۰ پیش از میلاد، گالری برکات / موزه مجازى هنر ايران در فيسبوک

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Mars on the horse The horse is a strong symbol in the Etruscan culture. Like in the Egyptian or in the Chinese culture the Etruscans would put in their tombs a large number of warriors or horses or chariots...to be their army in the next world, in fact for the Etruscans the death was only a passage to the next world. Mars (his Etruscan transposition) and Minerva are the most represented figures of the Etruscan mythology.

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Standing Female Figurine with Large Earspools Michoacan culture Michoacan, Mexico Late Preclassic period, 300 B.C.-A.D. 250 slipped and painted earthenware Dimension: 5.88in x 0in x 0in 14.935cm x 0cm x 0cm via > sniteartmuseum.nd.edu

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Statue menhir from Ermida, northern Portugal, with tree pattern on torso.The breasts with nipples are unusual, although some in less pronounced relief are found in female statue-menhirs further to the south, in central Alentejo. This one came to light in 1987.

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Male Votive Figure of Baal. Syrian (Artist) PERIOD early 2nd millennium BC (Middle Bronze Age (MB I/II A)) MEDIUM bronze. Levantine (in present-day Syria) (Place of Discovery)

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Snow Leopard Plaque (Scytho-Sakian, 5th-4th Century B.C.). Tomb of the Golden Warrior, Issyk, Kazakhstan. Gold, stamping. | © Museum of Gold and Precious Metals, Kazakhstan

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A Vénus de Willendorf foi descoberta no sítio arqueológico do paleolítico situado perto de Willendorf, na Áustria, c. de 2400 a 2200 a.C. Desenterrada em 08/08/1908, pelo arqueólogo Josef Szombathy. Está esculpida em calcário oolítico, material que não existe na região, e colorido com ocre vermelho. A Vénus faz parte da coleção do Museu de História Natural de Viena.

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